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Christine Pereira-Adams studied textile print design at Chelsea School of Art. After working as a designer in the fashion industry for 18 years she returned to study, completing a Graduate Certificate in Book Arts and Crafts at London College of Communication and an MA in visual arts at Camberwell College of Art, UAL.

Her life experiences as a mother, her work in the textile industry and fine art studies are reflected in her current practice and use of materials.  Sustainability and ecology are central to her work as she considers the interplay between the personal and global, in historical and contemporary contexts.

Research is the starting point of each artwork, whether the focus is on scientific data, the natural world or lived experience.

Group Shows


Pint of Science, Nottingham, 19-22 May 2023

Colour Notebooks: Indigo and Sulfur Black, the Art/NaturSci Movement Collection, UMF Art Gallery, Maine USA. 23 march – 6 may 2023


Segmentation 2020, Magellan, Liverpool Book Arts


Perspectives (novel), The Walker Family, Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre.

Animated readings of: Resouces (unbound), Portrait 0 Portrait 1 and Colour Notebooks, BABE  2021, Arnolfini, Bristol.

Colour Notebooks: Indigo and Sulfur Black, the Art/NaturSci Movement Collection, Berlin and Italy.


Frankenstein 2018, Bower Ashton Library, University of West England, Bristol (Artists Talk.)



The Future is Personal, Chronomics, London Westbank Gallery, London.

Frankenstein 2018, The Kirkby Gallery, Knowlsey.

Frankenstein 2018, Liverpool Central Library, Liverpool.



Prescriptions, The Beany House of Knowledge, Canterbury.



Detroit to Baghdad, The Arab American Museum, Michigan, US.



Al-Mutanabbi Starts Here, The Centre for Book Arts and Alwan for the Arts, New York, US.

John Rylands Library, Manchester.

The Sheffield International Artist's Book Prize, Bank Street Arts, Sheffield.



Royal Academy Summer Show, London.



Artist's Books, National Visual Arts Library, Dublin, IE.

Opus anglicanum, Camberwell College of Art Library, London.

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