Had some brilliant news! WordPower: Language as Medium has been published and is available to purchase online via the publishers Library X or Amazon. This two-part publication explores works by a selection of 100 contemporary artists who implement the direct use of language and the written word in their processes (myself included).
The book reflects on the shift from the representative to simplified modes of visual communication and the practices featured range from the socially engaged, participatory approaches to the sculptural, conceptual, performative and new media formats.
I am thrilled to announce that my work will be included in an upcoming title from Library X “WordPower: Language as Medium” (edited by Sarah Peace). The book will include pieces from established, mid career and emerging artists whose artistic practices and projects are realised primarily with text. It is due to be released late 2018.
A few images from a group show in London at No Format Gallery (22nd November to 22nd December 2014). Curated by Tom Buchanan. Featuring Betabet and Tameidiau Ohona’i.
News of upcoming show “Out of the Box” at No Format Gallery in London (curated by Tom Buchanan) The exhibition will run from 22nd November until 22nd December 2014 (launch is on 22nd November from 5pm).
A few shots from the “New Lights” private view at the Mall Galleries, London (17th September 2014).
The New Light show at the Mall Galleries, London opens today and will run until 20th September. Here you can view work from a number of established artists with a connection to the north of England alongside a selection of artists from the “New Lights Art Prize”.
Mark Demsteader, Anja Percival, Emerson Mayes, Simon Wright, Norman Ackroyd, James Naughton, Diana Armstrong, Chloe Holt, Genevieve Pennington, Myles Linley, Josie Jenkins and yours truly.
Hanging almost complete at the Mall Galleries, London for the “New Lights” show (opening 15th September 2014). An e-catalogue is available to view online, providing information about the charity and the artists involved. Images appear courtesy of New Lights.
My latest book project “Tameidiau Ohona’i” has been featured in Eye magazine as part of their review on Steven Heller and Gail Anderson‘s latest Thames and Hudson publication “Typographic Universe“.
I am pleased to announce that my work will be on show at the Watercolours and Works on Paper Fair at the Science Museum, London from 3rd-6th February.
Thrilled to share that I have been shortlisted in the sculpture section for “The Art of Giving” at the Saatchi Gallery! Incredible to have made it this far… keeping my fingers crossed.