Caroline Inckle’s work explores a material relationship with the world through both image making and sculpture. Often beginning with walking, collecting and engaging physically with natural objects and environments as a process of orientation, she then goes on to use imagery and documentation from the collecting and making process to create drawings, prints and sculptural installations. Her work is influenced by the idea of making as both a developmental process and a meditative practice, a point of connection and integration between the body and the world, with physical and conceptual constructions forming an extended anatomy linking the physical and the environmental.


Caroline Inckle graduated from Moray school of Art in 2012. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include:  Solo show at IMAG Inverness Museum and Art gallery (2016), The Scottish Sculpture Park (2015), RE:Production, solo show at 1 Royal terrace Glasgow (2014) Hidden Door festival, Market st Edinburgh (2014) RSA New Contemporaries at the Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh (2013). Residencies include The Scottish Sculpture Workshops Emerging Artist residency (2013), The Bothy project (2013) and Hospitalfield Arts interdisciplinary residency (2015). Awards include The Hope Scott Trust (2015), The David and June Gordon memorial trust award (2013) and the HI-Arts award for artists and makers (2012 & 2013). Caroline has also recently been awarded a commission to develop a solo show of new work with Seventeen in Aberdeen during 2017.