'Systems of Philosophy - Wall(paper)s of Mind' is still on at Bletchley Park until 28 October 2018
A review of both the Wrest and Bletchley Park exhibitions by Dr David Hancock of 'Paper' is online here ;https://papergallerymagazine.wordpress.com/2018/09/18/sally-annett-systems-of-philosophy-wallpapers-of-mind/

Addtitional information is available here ; https://bletchleypark.org.uk/whats-on/systems-of-philosophy-wallpapers-of-mind



April 20 - 29  Works on paper and hologram, paint and print at the Atelier de La Livresse. Montmorillon. Fr. As part of the 10th Jardin Passion




October 2017 Annett has been invited to be part of the '1917 Tarot' project in St Petersburg, Russia as part of the celebrations for the 100 year anniversairy of the Russian Revolution.

September 2017

'Systems of Philosophy - Wall(paper)s of the Mind, Annetts Arts Council England funded project will launch in the late spring of 2018 in collaboration with Wrest Park (English Heritage) and Bletchley Park. It looks at the relationship between contemporary fine art and heritage uses of paper.

Annett is currently working between Oxford and France establishing an atelier and studio retreat in La Vienne.



 'Ladder Tree' lino-cut on paper. Aesthetica Magazine Feb 2017





The 'Contemplation Seats' project is about to complete its pilot phase. It has had over 207,000 visitors and was shortlisted for the AcoRP 2016 Arts and Sustainability award. We have had fascinating collaborations and commissions; to view the project as it grows please go to: www.contemplationseats.com 



I am delighted to announce that the 'Contemplation Seats' project went live 24/03/2016, with new artworks installed on the MVCRP line, London Midland trains and with an interactive website - to find out more go to http://contemplationseats.com/



January 2016

Homunculous - @ Peckham Asylum - Image India Roper-Evans
Group Show - Installation Performance as part of the Tree of Life series

Exhibitions, Awards and Project Updates

Stage two of the snakes and ladders urban-rural project is almost complete with two key events in May, " First Outing' 10/05/2015 and 'Day Out 1' 28/05/2015.

Annett's current project 'Snakes and Ladders' has two dedicated websites, for all information regarding this and all on going work please go to www.snakesandladdersabc.com for the stage one research and development and artists work/images, and for the next phase please see the new www.snakesandladdersurban-rural.com, which is just beginning to grow.

The first half of the 2014 included events and exhibitions in the UK, Sweden and the USA; international conferencing and posters, as well as undertaking a part-time Masters Degree in Intercultural Communications to support the research, which lead to several training days and a further series of interventions. The work focuses on consciousness, concentration and contemplation.

In 2015 Annett will be focusing on 'Snakes and Ladders, Urban - Rural and the creation of several new micro-arts spaces in the region.

At a glance:

November 2015

Uncertain States 2015 Open - From the 'Tree of Life' ongoing series http://www.uncertainstates.com/ucs-annual-2015/




'Displacement' as part of the Bath and Bristol Weekender 'OnPhotoCopy' - Bath Fringe http://www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/fab/2015/10/30/on-photocopy-exhibition-at-44ad-artspace.html


November cont;

Selected to be one of the 10 Harpur Trust 450 Anniversary Artists in collaboration with Bedfordshire Archive and Records services.

Graduated with Distinction. Masters Degree in Intercultural Communication. UoB. UK. 

September 2015

Speaker 'Re-enchanting the Academy' Christchurch Canterbury. http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/education/conferences-events/re-enchanting-the-academy/conference-materials.aspx 


December 2014 I am delighted to announce that the second part of the Snakes and Ladders project 'Urban and Rural' has received funding and support from the Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts programme.

04/12/14 - PechaKucha Bedford Creative Arts - I will be speaking about my long term work and launching the new 'Urban Rural' project phase.