Carla Wright is an artist working in sculpture, functional ceramics and participatory projects. Her work explores social housing, communal architecture and play structures. Focussing on co-operative ways of living, collaboration and community and child-led organisation.
Carla Wright lives and works in Hastings, and studied Fine Art at Bath Spa University (2007) and Chelsea College of Art (2010). She runs the ceramics studio Common Clay, is part of the artist group Vulpes Vulpes and has exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions in both UK and Internationally. A selection includes: Innocent Pleasures Suit Me, Warbling Collective, London (2022); Qvevri, Collected Fictions, St. Leonards-on-sea (2022; It Glows Light, curated by Jasone Miranda-Bilbao at Maze Collective, Delhi, India (2021); Gathering Container, Flatland Projects, Hastings (2020); Common Ware, PEER Gallery, Hoxton, London (2019); Saudade, with Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC), Twelve Twelve Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands (2018); The Artist and the City - AirSpace Gallery/The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (2014); Mais je ne sais quel œil par accidents nouveaux - Cargo Culte II, Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale, Paris (2013); Anonymous Drawings – Archive Selection, 2011 at Sihlquai55 Offspace, Zurich. 2010 at alt_cph, Copenhagen (2011) and Fruesorge Contemporary Drawing, Berlin (2009).