Mads Washbrook (b. 2001) is a British multi-disciplinary artist and writer, who mainly explores themes of abjection, feminism, the body, and post-human Being. This is explored primarily through sculpture, fictional narratives, poetry, film, and performance, which merge and collide within a kaleidoscopic practice to confront the audience and their perceptions of women, body, waste, and the future.


2019-2022 – Birmingham School of Art, Fine Art BA (Hons)

2022-2023 – Birmingham School of Art, Fine Art MA.

Selected exhibitions:

WW1 Poppy Centenary Installation, Co-Created Community Project, Belper Memorial Gardens, 11.11.2018

Locked-Down (Virtual exhibition), Oddball Gallery, Oddball Space, 10.08.2020 – 10.10.2020

WORM (Virtual exhibition and publication), Round Lemon, Zest Hall, 07.06.2021 – 31.07.2021

A4, Oddball Space, Digbeth, Camden, Brick Lane, and online, 16/11/2021 – 19/02/2022.

Testing and Trying Out, Black Hole Club XX Duplicate, Vivid Projects, with BAAAD Press, Birmingham, 6/05/2022

Inspired Festival, Birmingham City University, Grand Central Media Eyes and Ad Van on Edgbaston Street, 11/06/2022

CTRL, Birmingham School of Art, End of Degree Show, Birmingham, 16/06/2022 – 25/06/2022


Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art (2019)                                   

Major Project Dissertation Prize (2022)

Mike Holland Award (2022)

Selected Publications:

WORM.EXHIB (2021), Digital exhibition catalogue, Round Lemon; Birmingham.

where is the utopia i was promised? (2021) (PDF available under certain circumstances)

Live Projects (2022), Published by Holodeck; Birmingham.

The Lightless Christmas (2022) Published by YouLove Print and Amazon.

CV available upon request