Theodore Ereira-Guyer works predominantly in the fields of print, sculpture and photography. He studied at Central St. Martins, London, followed by the Royal College of Art between 2012 and 2014. He studied for his PhD in Contemporary Art at the College of Arts at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.
Ereira-Guyer’s practice refers to knowledge that is not heuristically available through experience; to what happens when the objects of knowledge are removed from the human gaze but still activate a form of remembrance and agency. His artist book Human Concerto contains the music notation for the sound of the human body when it is resting in complete silence; this has been selected for the catalogue of the acclaimed showcase Kaleid Editions.
Ereira-Guyer has exhibited internationally and his work is held in private and public collections. The best museums in the world have acquired his work including the Victoria and Albert Museum, British Museum, Tate, Museum of Modern Art New York, Yale Center for British Art, Centre Pompidou and the Gulbenkian Museum. In 2014 he was the recipient of the esteemed Helen Chadwick Award for multidisciplinary artists. The artist has also exhibited at the Clifford Chance postgraduate printmaking exhibition in London and exhibited at the Venice Biennale.