Gash concentrates on using primarily low-resolution equipment and 

materials, partly because its cheap but mainly because Gash enjoys playing with punk aesthetics, which complements the context. 

Heavily influenced by  feminist theory, Gash set's out to allude   gender  performativity, 

using Gash's own reality as influence. 


Gash creates characters that are executed in the mediums of; 



sculpture and


Gash's work stems from concerns surrounding 

contemporary  consciousness,


highlighting and humouring aspects of

the everyday,

the body and

social formalities.  

And by creating these fantastical realties, using both humour and absurdity, Gash delivers a satirical perspective on behaviour which Gash finds ridiculous or plain silly.

based in Vienna/London


BA: Fine Art Sculpture - Wimbledon College of Art 


Stage Design - Unviersity of Applied Arts Vienna   

Performance Art - The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 



Art Technician and teaching assistant - County Upper School  


BUSTTTT, Body Politik, London 

Stubbornness, IN OUT Festival, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdańsk, 2015


Stubbornness, The Apex gallery, Bury St. Edmunds, 2015


Porn Groove, Dumb Fuck & Vagina PomPom and performance by BUST, Body Politik, Wimbledon College of Art, 2015


Dont Leave Me Hanging & Dumb Fuck, Elbow Room , London, 2015  


Dumb Fuck, It's A Pleasure, Greyhound Gallery, London, 2015


BUSTTTT, Limbo Limbo, London

Stubborness & The Rath of Edi Foaul, the MASC Foundation, Vienna, 2015


Fear Me & Fear Me Again, Künstlerhaus Wien - Vienna, 2015

Pass-stick, 21er Haus, Vienna, 2017

Hot Stuff, Kunstlerhaus Kino, Femmefest, Vienna 2018


The Idol, collaboration with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Barking Leisure Centre, London, 2014, 

Here She Comes, performer for Whoopie Cushion World Record, How Many Whoopie Cushions Can You Sit On In 30 Seconds, Women of The Worlds Festival, Royal Festival Hall, collaboration with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, SouthBank Centre, London, 2016


Insanity, BOZAR, collaboration with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, 2017

Hummelmen, Birmingham Weekender, collaboration with Mette Sterre 2017