Stephanie Buttle

Stephanie Buttle


Venue 31

Artist, Maker Stephanie Buttle uses diverse approaches within her practice influenced by her former professional experiences within dance, performance and lens-based mediums. The material qualities of clay and the contrasting processes available within ceramics, act to express the artist’s fascination with the politics of intimacy and the discovering and presenting of an experience that often includes a performative element and a personal physical component.

Stephanie studied at Central Saint Martins from 2012 -2015 gaining a first class honours degree in Ceramics.  She was nominated for Central Saint Martins Graduation Nova Award.  In 2016/17 she was guest speaker at Ceramic Art London, Featured articles in publication including Hole&Corner magazine and exhibited at the Lethaby Gallery London, Pangolin Gallery London, Messums Wiltshire, Port Elliot Festival in 2015 -17 with Hole & Corner Magazine and performed at the London Design Festival.

Prior to attending Central Saint Martins she danced with the National Ballet of Portugal and appeared in Pop videos, for the Pet Shop Boys and Mike and the Mechanics.  Acting credits include supporting actress to Juliette Binoche  and William Hurt in the feature film ‘Couch in New York’ Director Chantal Akerman. She has directed short films, including, Throwing my weight around, 2015, Wet Man, 2004 and Fourth Wall, 2004 and a number of commercials and Pop videos.  As well as her ceramics and performance work, Stephanie currently tutors in Ceramics at Morley College, London and for the outreach dept at Central Saint Martins.

Stephanie lives and works in London.

Portmanteau Gallery, 10 North Street, Bridport DT6 3JQ

The gallery is located on North Street which runs North from West Street. Parking is in Wykes Court on Rax Lane.


10:30am – 4:30pm

8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16  September

Toilet: yes

Wheelchair access: Yes

Exhibiting with Helen Lloyd-ElliotJacy Wall, Boo Mallinson, Sarah Hitchens, Stephanie ButtleBjork Haraldsdottir