Teresa Albor is a multidisciplinary artist, with a studio practice, based in London and Dhaka  

Contact: AlborTeresa@hotmail.com, London: +44 (0) 7889558746; Dhaka: +8801313032990


Work in progress and upcoming events:


09 -- 11 April 2020 (Thu-Sat) Running a workshop: Performing for the camera, Auditorium, University of Liberal Arts (ULAB), Dhaka Bangladesh


Month of May, 2020, Working with Lais Pontes on 'The things we leave behind' in Brasil


Past events:


November 2019, Perfomative Panelist at Dhaka Lit Fest, launching the book 'GraceGraceGrace explore gen-age'


4 October, 2019, Durational performance 'CLUB' as part of the Terrain Biennial, British High Commission Residence, Dhaka


8-9 March, 2019, Sick of the Fringe, Wellcome Collection


28 March, 2019, Book Launch at Live Art Development Agency, (GraceGraceGrace explore gen-age)


18 April,  2019, Araniello sing-along and Q & A, Live Aet Development Agency, LADA Screens Series


Unplanned with Katherine Araniello at Southbank Centre


Various, Unconditional, as atist-in-residence Kings College London


The things we leave behind, One Paved Court, Richmond, 24 January - 8 February, 2018


How do I look? at Guest Projects, funded by Arts Council England, with Grace, month of February, 2018


The Anarchist Feminist Party, 17 March, details TBA


m2 group show, APT studios London, May 2018


"What's up pussy hat", performance, Cafe Mélancolique , with Kate Meynell, 15 December, 2017


Unconditional Sound + Text/Video installation, 8 December, 2017


Soundmind concerts, King's College, October 2017


Journey interactive film, The Things we leave behind, Acme Studios, October, 2017


Unconditional "Names" performance, King's College, The Strand, 5 October, 2017


15 October 2017,FiLiA,4:45pm, at the Institute of Education in London. with GRACE performed as part of FiLiA's annual conference:


05 October 2017, INLAND event with GRACE, at 198 Gallery in Brixton,198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, 198 Railton Road, SE24 OJT.


20-21 September 2017 (Thursday, Friday) Grace was invited by SLAP to be part of the Performance // Workshops // Party in various venues across York, Part of the Artists Curating Dance Project in partnership with Jerwood Charitable Foundation & Yorkshire Dance.


12-15 September 2017(Tuesday-Friday) Venice Experimental Video and Performance Art Festival, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, took place in conjunction with the 57th Venice Art Biennale. Grace was invited by .itsliquid.  


09 September 2017(Saturday)time: From 2pm, Grace + guest artist Sarah Kent performed "How do I look?" at the Jacqueline Morreau exhibition. The exhibit ran from 2nd - 21st of September at The Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, London.


23-25 June 2017(Friday-Sunday) Hull, performed with GRACE, invited by Rotterdam based group WORM: "This June, the wunderful world of WORM will take over Humber Street Gallery, 64 Humber Street, HU1 1TU.


16 May 2017 3:00pm UK time, 4th Online Performance Festival. The festival was live online, for 4 days.


Solidarity not charity, The things we leave behind, performance, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, 17 March 2017


Absolute Bastards, with Sexcentenary, 23 March, 2017, Birmingham Arts Cenre


Squashing Machine with Naomi Garrick, 24 March 2017, Rythyam Machine/Studio 24, Edinburgh


I have a job, performance, 28 March 2017, Victoria Station


Sacred Places Confernece performative presentation, 20 April, 2017, Liverpool


NO MORE MISS AMERICA, wiht Rude & Unruly Women, June 1, 2, 3, 2017, The Godlen Key, as part of Fringe Prauge


Sexcentenary performance, March 2017, Leydon Gallery/Whitechapel


The things we leave behind, 20 Nov, 2016, m2 gallery, Peckham, London


Sexcentenary workshop 8-9 October (Sat-Sun) 2016 weekend workshop/action ; DIY: Grey Matters;. in Brighton


Sexcentenary performance 27-28 August, (Sat-Sun) 2016 PERFORM PERFORM, Performance Festival, Bad Bonn, Guin/Düdingen, Switzerland


Sexcentenary perfromance 04 August, 2016 (Thurs) 2016 - Accumulations’ Precarious Assembly, Whitworth Gallery, Manchester


Sexcentenary performance 09 July, 2016 (Sat) Hazard 2016 - Incidental intervention and sited performance, St Ann’s Square, Manchester,



Saturday 25 August 2016 At last! Sexcentenary



Saturday 11 June 2016 Volume



Saturday 23 April 2016 S.P.A.R.


NO MORE MISS AMERICA, Brighton Fringe, 28 May 2016


Residency, St.Laurence Church, Ludlow, 18th June -3rd July 2016, Artist in Residence, Teresa Albor, and collaborating artists, will revisit the histories and memories of this 12th century church through a constantly changing series of small installations, performances and sound pieces.


Three actions at the Tate: We refuse to be unseen With Sexcentenial, 2016


It's Elemental, 6018 North, Chicago, 2 Oct - 3 Jan, 2016 How do artists approach the elements of window, floor, door, ceiling? Artists include: Teresa Albor, Deborah Boardman, Dzine, First Office, Vlatka Horvat, Nance Klehm, Jason Lazarus, Luftwerk, Sarah Mallin, Kathleen McCarthy, Bryan Saner with Emilia Vidal-Hallet and Moises Salazar, Rodrigo Lara Zendejas



Saturday 28 Nov 2015  Rufus Stone residents


Between Menopause and Old Age, Alternative Beauty, with Rocio Boliver

Saturday, Nov 28, 2015 Chelsea Theatre, 7 World’s End Place, King's Road, London SW10 0DR

Part of LADA’s Old Dears programme of work by/about/with older women. 


Rufus Stone winter residencies 2015



Saturday 31 October, 2015 Morgan O'Hara performing LIVE TRANSMISSION


Luma at ten, Loyola Museum, Chicago (Group show), 22 Aug - 11 Oct 2015


In the afternoon, 32sqm, 21 June - 1 July, 2015 (Group show)


Museum, Ludlow, 13 June - 5 July, 2015 Ludlow Museum, Ludlow


Museum, Pimlico, 19-28 June, 2015 Tachbrook market, Pimlico


I saw this and thought of you, Group Show, 2015 Soane's Museum, 13 Linciln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP


Stockwell Green Art Walk, a community project-- organising fellow studio artists to exhibit work in storefront windows in the neighbourhood, spring, 2015


Women in the Arts, Inspiring the Future, Tate Britain, 23 April, 2015


The comfort of things: O conforto das coisas Uma performance  06 de marco 21.30h -22h 2015

Largo Café Estúdio, Largo do Intendente16-19, Mouraria, Lisboa


The museum of small objects: O museu de pequenos objetos 2015 Uma performance/installation

08 de marco, 19h - 21.30h with/com Panquecas Civilizadas, Uma performance de Lizi Menezes

Roundabout.Lx,  Rua Cidade de Cardiff, 54B Anjos, Lisbon


Residency and Performance Roundabout.LX The paradox of order: I blame myself for this mess

Lisbon, Portugal, 23 Feb - 13 March 2015


Hosting Rufis Stone Residents Jan-Feb 2015


5 x 7 2015 Cmmissioned myself to make 5 paintings in 7 days, in subsequent layers, on a 5’ x 7’ canvas, with time lapse/photo documentation.  Continuation of 100 paintings in 24 hours; 24 sculptures in 24 hours; the convergence of making and performing; an investigation of value, mass production, process, strategies to avoid the accumulation of objects.


24 Sculptures in 24 hours

Performance, Werk, Birmingham, UK, noon 4 October  - noon 5 October, 2014


ICA Off-Site: Isabel Lewis ‘Occasions’

Performance (one of the supporting artist/performers) ,14-15 October 2014

Old Selfridges Hotel, 1 Orchard Street, London


Host, Resident Artists, Rufus Stone Residencies

September - October 2014


Featured Artist, Quadrant Projects

London, September - October 2014


Participant "Re-materialising Feminism", Showroom/ICA, organised by Alice Brooke, Rózsa Farkas and Giulia Smith. 2014


This one’s for you

Performance, Bottle Rocket @ Nightbird, Fayetteville, Arkansas, curated by Sarah Leflar 2014


Visiting artist at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 17-22 April 2014


100 Paintings in 24 hours

Perfromance, Counterpath, Denver, Colorado, 30 April 2014


Tim Stone and Teresa Albor

The Intuit Museum, Chicago, 15 April- 15 May 2014, Reception 9 May


Project Two Thousand and Fourteen

A different artist has been invited to create a new piece of 2D work for every day of the year. Invited for 2 Feb 2014


Artist in Residence, 33 Officina Creativa Toffia, Italy, 1-30 October, 2013

Ongoing community project: Everything simple is false


I Hate America! (I Love America)—with Platform and Lucky Pierre, London, 30 Nov


Lodz Triennial Representing the US, Lodz Poland, May 2013


All that lies beyond us

Installation at the Loyola University Museum of Art, 820 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611, 20 July - November 2013


Artist in Residence, Adams Foam Factory Chicago, Summer 2013



Open Engagement, 17 May, 2013; Littman Gallery, Portland Oregon


24 hours/25 Days: 100 Paintings in 24 Hours

Performance at New Capital, 314 W Carroll St, Chicago. 3 December 2012 (midnight to midnight)


MDW Fair: 100 Paintings in 24 Hours

Performance at the What it is booth at the MDW Fair at the Mana Contemporary Chicago located at: 2233 South Throop Street  Chicago, IL 60608, 11-12 November 2012


HOME: Public/Private

Installation at 6018NORTH, 6018 N. Kenmore Chicago, 6-28 Oct

Opening: Friday, 5 October 5 2012


What it is 

23 East Madison, Chicago, IL, 60602, Madison & Wabash, Reception 21 September 7 pm (during EXPO Chicago 2012); show runs 3 September to 10 October 2012


Artists & Letterforms

Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington Street,  Chicago, IL  60602; 30 September  – 29 April 2012


Hyde Park Art Center

Fall benefit and art auction; Saturday, 3 December 2012 @ Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219-21 South Morgan Street; $40, $35 for Art Center Members


The Happiness Project

Monday, 14 November, 2012 -- 12:00-13:00, Chicago Loop, a writing walk and micro-performance by Mark Jeffery and Judd Morrissey, part of the The Happiness Project, curated by Tricia Van Eck