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Eliza Spindel

Eliza Spindel (she/her) is currently Curatorial Assistant, House & Collection at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge, where her role includes management, care and cataloguing of the permanent collection and the Kettle’s Yard House, as well as researching and curating temporary exhibitions and displays. This year she is co-curating exhibitions on Cornish artist Alfred Wallis and Austrian-British potter Lucie Rie.

Eliza studied History of Art at the University of Cambridge, where her final-year dissertation focused on concepts of landscape, soil and fertility in The Island, a short-lived artistic and literary journal from 1931. Her research interests continue to lie in approaches to landscape, ecology and geology in 20th-century British art and visual culture – areas she hopes to further explore as a member of the 2022 Emerging Curators Group.

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