enorê (b. Rio de Janeiro) is a London-based artist working with digital technology to think through the entanglements between virtuality, physical embodiment and temporality. Working primarily with 3D printed ceramics, they use clay as a catalyst to question how digital objects can be mediated through physical processes, thinking about the fluidity between these media.

Some recent exhibitions include Children of the Diaspora at 1-54 Art Fair and If I Were You at Kupfer Project Space. They have previously facilitated workshops at the Victoria & Albert Museum, York Art Gallery and South London Gallery, and currently teach on BA Fine Arts at Kingston University.

They’re currently an artist-in-residence at Somerset House Studios, supported by Jerwood Arts.

selected exhibtions

2023| Kenophobic Pantomimes @ Below Grand, NYC
2023| Out of Scale @ transmediale, Berlin
2022| Children of the Diaspora @ 1-54 art fair, London
2022| Obscura Luz @ Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo
2022| If I Were You @ Kupfer Project Space, London
2022| Decomposição e Fetiche @ Fábrica Bhering, Rio de Janeiro
2022| [semi]permeable @ spoiler zone, Berlin
2021| CIVA Festival, Vienna/Online
2021| New Contemporaries @ Firstsite Gallery/South London Gallery, Colchester/London
2021| Les Urbaines Festival, Lausanne
2019| BBZ BLK BK @ Copeland Gallery, London
2018| Abre Alas 14 @ A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro


2023| Clay in Motion: Digital Clay Worshop @ V&A Museum, London
2023| PSSA in the Community Commission
2022| Somerset House/Jerwood Arts Residency
2022| Developing Your Creative Practice Grant, Arts Council England
2022| Plasticine Dreams: 3d Scanning Workshop @ York Art Gallery, York
2022| 3D Scanning Workshop @ Tate Late Britain, London
2022| Meta Open Arts Commission, London
2022| Contemporary And (C&) Latin America Digital Commissions
2022| Impossible Perspectives Lab Residency @ Abandon Normal Devices
2021| NeoN Emerging Artists' Commission, Dundee
2020| Tactics: Power and Play @ Arebyte Gallery, London/Online

full CV upon request | email: enore.r@outlook.com