sorces of inspiration, nurturing the work as it grows into its own ecosystem.
Sinclair seeks out diverve experiences in order to understand societal impact on nature and individual human existence. Past residencies include onboard a boat trawling for micro-plastics around the British coast, in human dissection laboratories and at the Millennium Seed Bank where she collaborated with Kew scientists and made a large light installation. She has received funding from the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (residency in New York), the Royal Botanic Gardens,Kew, Ventnor Botanic Gardens, the British Council and have received four awards from Arts Council England. She has exhibited widely in the UK including at the National Portrait Gallery, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy of Art, the Laing Gallery and The Koppel Project as well as in China, Germany, the USA, Greece and France. Alongside her practice as an artist, she has also curated various exhibitions including at the Window Gallery, Brighton and The Koppel Project.