More Future (Even When There’s None)

10 February 2012

Part one of my neon Will Be (2010) is looking lovely in the window at Anthony Reynolds in London as part of a mammoth group show called The Curator’s Egg Altera Pars. The show runs until 3rd March. Part Two of the work is inside and hard to miss – in the alcove on the stairway.

Exhibitions Upcoming

27 October 2011

LUMIERE, 2011
17 – 20 November, Durham

My work Will Be (2010) features in the latest edition of Lumiere alongside works by Peter Lewis, Jacques Rival, Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Claire Fontaine, Dominik Lajman and many others.

"The festival brings together 35 different installations created by UK and international artists working with light in every conceivable way. From dramatic installations, vast animated projections and rivers of light, to subtle interventions on buildings, streets and bridges, the artworks in LUMIERE will create a city-wide nocturnal trail that will stop you in your tracks."

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Family Matters: The Family in British Art
15 October 2011 – 8 January 2012
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery,
Castle Hill, Norwich, NR1 3JU

My collaboration with Vlatka Horvat, the video Insults & Praises is presented as part of Family Matters.

"Family Matters: The Family in British Art is an ambitious touring exhibition that shows how the subject of the family has been and continues to be a challenging yet enduring subject for artists. Divided thematically, the exhibition showcases the best of British art with works by David Hockney, Anthony van Dyck, William Hogarth and Tracey Emin. Contemporary and historic works are juxtaposed to show how the traditional family portrait has been replaced with a more frank portrayal of the family. Formal portraits were frequently staged for political or personal purposes, whereas the more recent works offer a view that can only be described as ‘behind the scenes’ creating a tension between the public and private portrayal of the family.

This tension between inside and outside, appearance and reality, can be traced across a number of the works by artists including Thomas Gainsborough and Johann Zoffany, British contemporary artists Richard Billingham and Rachel Whiteread, as well as international artists Thomas Struth and Zineb Sedira. The five thematic sections – Inheritance; Childhood; Parenting; Couples & Kinship; Home – reveal a world of shifting certainties for the British family through a range of media, including film and photography, painting and sculpture."

Edition

15 October 2011
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I’m delighted to have been asked to contribute a work to the latest set of editions created to fundraise for Künstlerhaus Bremen. As well as my piece – a limited edition print Stopped Clock (Phnom Penh) there are also new works and editions from Heike Bollig, Bob Braine & Leslie C. Reed, Kyungwoo Chun, Jeanne Faust, Ingo Gerken, Elín Hansdóttir, Sofia Hultén, Stefan Marx, Jonathan Monk, Horst Müller, Verena Johanna Müller, Ahmet Öğüt, Laurina Paperina, Wolfgang Plöger, Martina Sauter, Norbert Schwontkowski and Sibylle Springer. See previews of the works, and pricing info at the Künstlerhaus Bremen site.

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We Wanted (London)

10 September 2011

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Showing in London at Gabriel’s Wharf, on the South Bank, just down from the National Theatre, as part of the Thames Festival this weekend (Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September). Optimal viewing in the evenings, 7pm onwards.