Henry Gonnet is a British/French artist currently based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
His artworks are seated at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds, navigating the space between chance and control. Through creative coding processes Henry builds generative systems that play with cause and effect.
He has exhibited widely throughout England - from as far North as BALTIC 39 in Newcastle, to as far South as the Leadenhall Building in London. In 2019 he was shortlisted for the Aon Community Art Award, and in 2018 he co-project managed the show that won Free Range art week's award for Best Collective.
Gonnet's practice encompasses generative computer art, drawing, sound, installation, and performance.
BxNU Institute, Master of Fine Art MFA, (Commendation) -- 2018 - 2020
Leeds Arts University, Fine Art BA(hons), (First-Class honours) -- 2015 - 2018
The Potential of Pattern @ Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, Farsley, England -- 2020
Another Trip Around the Sun @ BALTIC 39, Newcastle, England -- 2020
CAUSE // EFFECT @ Dovetailjoints Virtual Gallery -- 2020
DUET(?) @ Abject Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England -- 2019
Encounter @ Pineapple Black, Middelsbrough, England -- 2019
Lemonade @ BALTIC 39, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England -- 2019
Encounter @ Ustinov College, Durham University, England -- 2019
Zip @ Vane Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England -- 2019
Aon Community Art Award @ Leadenhall Building, London, England -- 2018/2019
Syzygy @ Free Range art week, London, England -- 2018
Syzygy @ Leeds Arts University, Leeds, England -- 2018
Are We Nearly There Yet? @ Leeds Arts University, Leeds, England -- 2018
DRAW @ Thought Foundation, DRAWING North East Drawing Biennale 2017, Gateshead, England -- 2017/2018
Y Tho @ Brunswick Court, Leeds, England -- 2017
Crime World (with David Steans and non) @ The Tetley Gallery, Leeds, England -- 2017
Ones 2 Watch @ Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, Farsley, England -- 2017
CMYK @ Regent Street, Leeds, England -- 2016
Shortlisted for the Aon Community Art Award -- 2019
Free Range art week, Best Collective -- 2018
Shortlisted for the People's Choice Award, Sunny Bank Mills Gallery -- 2017