2016 PhD Chelsea College of Art and Design, UAL.
1997 MA Fine Art Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, UAL.
1995 BA (Hons) Fine Art Liverpool John Moores University
2016 Making Plans Bank Street Arts, Sheffield.
2013 The Art of Walking: A Field Guide, WORK Gallery, 10a Acton St. London.
2012 Temples to the Domestic II, (curated by Dave Ben White). Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, London.
2012 Exquisite Corpse, Bournemouth Arts Festival by the Sea (commission), Shelley Manor, Bournemouth, Dorset.
2012 Drawing Lines in the Sand, (curated by Claire Taylor) Peleton Gallery (Off-Site Projects), Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour, Australia.
2012 Critical Dictionary, WORK Gallery, 10a Acton Street, London, WC1X 9NG.
2011 Artist Associates: Beyond the Commission, The Gallery, The Arts University at Bournemouth, Poole, Dorset.
2008 Islands Intro Space, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, Hants.
2008 ArtSway Open, ArtSway, Sway, Hants.
2008 Borderlands. text + work, Bournemouth. Dorset.
2007 Meeting Place: Contemporary Art and the Museum Collection, (curated by Stephanie James). Russell-Cotes Museum and Gallery, Bournemouth. Dorset.
2003 Chockerfuckingblocked, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, Settle Street, Whitechapel, London.
1999 Debbie & George’s One Night Stand, Brixton Lido, London.
1999 Backdoor London Fields Art Collective, Hackney, London.
1999 It’s What She Would Have Wanted, Three Mills Gallery, Bromley by Bow, London.
Publications, work in publications, published interviews.
Edwardes, C., (2015) Peregrinations with Maps and Landscapes: Narrating the Spaces of Practice in Fine Art. PhD Thesis. University of the Arts London.
Evans, D. (2013), The Art of Walking: A Field Guide, London: Black Dog Publishing.
Evans, D. (2011), Critical Dictionary, London: Black Dog Publishing.
Edwardes, C. (2008) “Before The Meeting”. In James, S. & Buckingham, L. (eds.), Meeting Place: Contemporary Art and the Museum Collection, Bournemouth: text+work.
2008 The Art of Research: Research Narratives International Symposium, Chelsea College of Art and Design, 16 John Islip Street, London.