Would you like to welcome the new decade with a drink, lying on the floor and staring upwards? Open Projections is a video art and moving image exhibition at Coventry Cathedral. Works, including mine, will be projected onto the ceiling of the cathedral, using the roof’s design as a screen for each work.
Free entry. 7.30pm-1.00am, 31.12.2019
Facebook events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/576724573132314/
I am delighted to have my gramophone illustration included among the finalists of the 2018 Hiii Illustration awards. There will be an exhibition in Nanjing, China of all the winning entries in December 2019 and a book published in spring next year.
The winning entries can be seen here… http://www.hiiibrand.com
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:
“Shaai/Ink” – a short video that I created with Smriti Mehra will be showing at the Anna Leonowens Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia between 21 November – 1 December 2017.
Underpinnings: 130 Years of NSCAD
NSCAD Biennial Alumni Exhibition
Curated by Tori Fleming
Anna Leonowens Gallery, 1891 Granville St, Halifax, Nova Scotia. B3J 3J6
This year marks 130 years since Anna Leonowens first opened the Victoria School of Art in 1887. Since then, NSCAD has maintained its reputation as one the most influential art schools under many names, locations and presidents. NSCAD has provided the educational underpinnings for the studio practice of numerous significant Canadian artists, cultural workers, and creative thinkers.
For the 2017 Alumni Biennial, the NSCAD Alumni Association invited former students to reflect on the core values and pedagogy that have created the legacy for which NSCAD is known. Coordinated by NSCAD alumna Tori Fleming, this large, salon-style exhibition includes work by more than 100 alumni artists and designers.
Happy to announce that my work will be exhibited alongside 30 other video & multimedia installations at La Friche de la Belle de Mai in Marseille between 11th November and 3rd December as part of the 30th edition of Instants Vidéo festival.
The exhibition program can be seen here.
The day-to-day program can be seen here.