What an ace weekend! The All You Can Eat exhibition with Hero of Switzerland illustration collective at Walthamstow Village Window Gallery has been so well received and the space looks fantastic with some top work. Below are some photos from the private view and the first few days of the exhibition. The show continues and the shop will reopen for business on 29-30th June and again on 6th-7th July. Do check out the work of all the artists involved.
Adam Graff / Alex Hovey / Becky Liddiard / Dan Button / Daniel Jamie Williams / El Fmso / Elly Maddock / Filip Ziebo / Harry Woodgate / Holly St Clair / Jack Pearce / Matt Lee / Jenny Haytch / Samuel B. Thorne
Looking forward to exhibiting some new food themed art with the Hero of Switzerland illustration collective in Walthamstow Village later this month. The private view is on Friday 21st June. Come along for prints, pizza and popcorn! More detail below…
A new series of nine 5x5cm Death Landscape collages will be exhibited in ‘Size Matters’ as part of Fringe Arts Bath and runs from 24th May to 9th June, 2019. The show has been curated by Mark Fearbunce.
See the full series on my website:
My video ‘Presence of Absence‘ will be featured as part of Streetlight at Roman Susan Gallery and Wedge Projects, Chicago.
Works will be displayed on two monitors at Wedge Projects from 6th May – 26th July playing 24/7, and projected at Roman Susan from 7th-24th May after dark – both are visible from the street when the spaces are closed, and will be playing video on random shuffle.
May 7, 2019 to May 24, 2019 at Roman Susan, 1224 West Loyola Avenue
May 6, 2019 to June 16, 2019 at Wedge Projects, 1448 West Howard Street
Featuring works by Darko Aleksovski, Hiba Ali, Christopher Corey Allen, Kanyinsola Anifowoshe, Michael Bauer, Laurel Beckman, Meghan Moe Beitiks, Emanuele Napolitano and Zaelia Bishop, Katina Bitsicas, Jan Brugger, Kate Casanova, Karen Y. Chan, Vivian Charlesworth, Emilie Crewe, Furen Dai, Daniel DeLuna, Natacha Diels, Yewen Dong, Lindsey Dorr-Niro, Shir Ende, McLean Fahnestock, Jessica Fenlon, Corbett Fogue, Pamela Hadley, Yhelena Hall, Gretchen Hasse, Traci Hercher, Elisabeth Hogeman, Patrick Jenkins, Herbert Lee Jones, Vasilis Karvounis, Wednesday Kim, Marlo Koch with Emerson Sigman, Amy Kuttab, João Krefer, Claire Krueger, Gigi Lage, Mira Lane, Matt Lee, Cristen Leifheit, Zeyi Li, Angela Lopez, Dan Lowe, Cole Lu, Henning Marxen, Frank McCauley, Angus McCullough, Tracy Miller-Robbins, Erick Msumanje, Jillian Musielak, Liam O’Connor, Aimee Marie Odum, Cole Pierce, Jessica Pierotti, Erika Råberg, Johanna Reich, Michael Ridge, Cole Robertson, Emma Rozanski, Miles Rufelds, Rory Scott, Mazdak Shadkam, Venkata Sivakumar Kappala, Eric Souther, Lynn Tomlinson, Piotr Urbaniec, A. P. Vague, Cedric van Eenoo, Yuqi Wang, Simon Welch, Loraine Wible, Julia Zastava, Tongyu Zhao, Yuge Zhou, and Xiaoqing Zhu.
I am very excited to have one of my collages from Death Landscapes III featured in Bonk! Magazine #3.2 – The Lines issue. Bonk! Magazine is an experimental print publication that showcases the work of writers and artists. It is also an exploration of the possibilities of print and design as mediums. They publish text, images, and design loosely organised around a single theme. This magazine, along with previous issues can be purchased via their website.
Into the Void is an award-winning nonprofit print and digital literary magazine dedicated to providing a platform for fantastic fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. I am happy to contribute one of my photographs to the latest issue, which is now available to read online and in print.
The current issue can be read online at the link below.
Print copies of the magazine can be purchased from the store.
Five new private commissions and additions to the Death Landscapes III series. Contact me here to discuss creating a bespoke artwork in this series. More information can be found on my online store.
The transitory nature of imagery and material examined through a series of internal landscape collages. Constructed with layers of cut bone white paper, these delicate and miniature relief images are made visible when light casts shadows across the surface. Light plays an important role in defining and demarcating space and in this series light enhances, affects and ultimately completes the work. These tactile yet immaterial landscape explorations invite the viewer to contemplate aspects of form, structure, line and space, whilst also allowing individual projections and inscriptions onto the visual plane, which both welcomes and resist embodiment.
Collage. 125 gsm cartridge paper.
Signed, numbered and dated on reverse side and comes with a certificate of authenticity
13.8 x 18.3 cm