Installation view: Habeas Corpus Screen printed cotton flags inDisplaced”, The Travelling Gallery, Scotland. Photo credit: Phillip Solovjov

Habeus Corpus is a limited edition print series playfully commenting upon British Immigration Removal Centres. The prints make reference to vintage travel posters, each recording the capacity and number of detainees at each location. Colours allude to institutional architecture and mass produced furniture found in public buldings. Recent exhibitions include; Habeas Corpus at Manchester Cathedral curated by PassionArt, Displaced a group exhibition curated by The Travelling Gallery Scotland (2019), In-Transit solo show at Canada House Manchester - in partnership with LJ Partnership, sponsored by Ministry to Business (2018).


noun: habeas corpus

  • a writ requiring a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court, especially to secure the person's release unless lawful grounds are shown for their detention.

  • the legal right to apply for a habeas corpus writ. LATIN, literally ‘you shall have the body (in court)’.

"Yarl's Wood" Screen Print on Snowdon Cartridge Paper, 297 x 420mm, 2018, edition of 13.

"Yarl's Wood" Screen Print on Snowdon Cartridge Paper, 297 x 420mm, 2018, edition of 13.

"Harmondsworth" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 11.

"Harmondsworth" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 11.

"Brook House" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 9

"Brook House" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 9

"Colnbrook" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 11.

"Colnbrook" Screen print on Canaletto Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 11.

"Tinsley House" Screen print on Snowdon Cartridge Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 17

"Tinsley House" Screen print on Snowdon Cartridge Paper, 297 x 420 mm, 2018, edition of 17