Artist Susan Mortimer  graduated from Camberwell College of the Arts, University of London gaining an MA in Visual Arts  and studio holder at TTEST Studios, North Road, Durham.

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                       Forth coming Projects and Exhibitions:

Baltic Artist’s Book Fair June 2013

Tweetart May 2013

WunderKramer Zine May 2013

October-February 2012-13 Documentory photographer for Empty Shops’s 17 Claypath gallery Durham City

‘Seed’ artist’s book included in Minute Book Arts exhibition at the
University of Northampton,  November 2012

Manchester Artists’ Book Fair October 2012

                       Previous Projects and Exhibitions:

London Paper Girl, June 2012

Glasgow International Artists Book Fair, April 2012

Tooting Zine fair London, February 2012

The 4th Annual Empty Shop Open, February 2012

Sunderland Book Project, August 2011

Al-Mutanabbi Street Artists Book Project 2011

Temporary Art Show 3 at Westgate Studios, Westgate, Halifax, Yorkshire, March 2011

Apathy in the UK Freebirds group exhibition Bishop Auckland Town Hall February 2011

The Fabulous Travelling Zine Case at The Emley December 2010

Walk the line live cast for  Art Hub, Falmouth 2010

Walk the Line, Meanwhile Gallery, Stockton-on-Tees August 2010

Censored Zine a one-off zine for Act Art Censored event night Islington Metal Works, London. 9th July 2010

Glasgow International Book Fair  April 2010

Oxhouse Online Alphabet 2010


Mail Art Exhibition Long Gallery, Tron Theatre, Glasgow 2010

(Curated by Alison Stockwell and Susan Mortimer)

‘Salon.’ Open exhibition at the Temporary Art Space, Halifax, Yorkshire 2009

‘Steps August 2009’ Peep Wardrobe Gallery, Halifax 2009

‘Field Show.’ Empty Shop Gallery, Durham 2009

Interim Show Camberwell College of the Arts London 2008


MAT Zine a self published digitally printed 25 edition zine

Mail Art One Zine distributed through Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, DLI Gallery Durham, Northern Print Studios, London, LPS London.

                                        MA blog:

Susan Mortimer Digital/ Visual Arts MA Weblog