ABOUT / Exhibitions
ALTERED REALITIES, Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London
What is going on? We stand at a hyperreal crossroads: a virtual reality in one direction, augmented dead ahead, and
a post-truth, post-reality actualities another. Against this backdrop Altered Realities has been formed. Comprised of works submitted via an open call to students, staff and alumni of Central Saint Martins, it comprises creative responses that acknowledge and respond to the altered states & twisted realities in which we find ourselves. Within the exhibition,
a social space will host to discussions, workshops and talks, aided by cold brewed coffee, ensuring participants leave refreshed as well as recalibrated.
Featuring works by: Jocelyn Anquetil, Rosemarie Back, Simon Banos, Craig Barnes, Daria Blum, Tom Bull, Nicolas Canal Tinius, Anais Comer, Asa Desouza-Jones, Hannah Doucet, Naomi Ellis, Katrin Elmer, Elliot Gibbons, Alison Gill & Iain Nicholls, Fi Hartley, Melanie King, Benjamin Lansky, Dongsun Lim, Louis Lupien,
X Marks the Bökship, Benjamin Marland, Juan Mateus Vargas, Henry Mills, Fié Neo & Alcinda Lee, Paul O’Kane, Gribaudi Plytas, Katarina Rankovic, Clunie Reid, Federico Sargentone, Alex Schady, Sana Serkebaeva, Esna Su, First Sukpaiboon,
Lars Svaland Høie, Mark Titchner, Oliver Vanes, Kaitlyn Walker-Stewart, Matthew Wang, Neale Willis.
Curated by Craig Barnes.
Collaboration with Morton Underwood
Curated: Centre for Remote Possibilities, Revolver II Part 3: Perform, Matt’s Gallery, London.
Graham Fagen, Sean Dower, RCA Visual Cultures students, Keef Winter with Steve Ennis & Rory Phillips, Jefford Horrigan, Jonathan Baldock & Rafal Zajko, 38b with Reet Maff’l (Luke Drozd and Andy Abbot), Jenny Moore, Dave Maric, Holly Pester and Now Owl, Jonathan Trayner, Ross Downes, Ansuman Biswas, Peter Fillingham, Patrick Coyle, Yuki Nishimura, Lindsay Seers, Robin Klassnik, Tom Crawford, Daniel Kelly, Nathaniel Pitt, Daniel Pryde-Jarman, Nicolas Pope, Kieren Reed, William Cobbing, Barry Sykes, Holly Slingsby, Laura Milnes, Guy Gormley, Peter Liversidge, Justin Hibbs, Ben Lancaster & Sean Roche.
Curated: Floorplan for an Institution: The Archive, Meter Room, Coventry. Craig Barnes, Elizabeth Mills.
When Shall We Set Sail For Happiness? with Dmitri Galitzine, Fold Gallery, London
Marketplace, Division of Labour, Malvern
Whitstable Biennale Satellite, Whitstable
When Shall We Set Sail For Happiness? with Dmitri Galitzine, Down Stairs, Herefordshire
The Sand Between Gods Toes, Pie Factory, Margate
Curated: Change The World Or Go Home, Solent Showcase, Southampton. Ghazaleh Abassalian, Steven Allbutt, Craig Barnes, Tom Crawford, Jeremy Deller, Sean Dower, Jeremy Hutchison, Mark McGowan, Mark Titchner, Charlotte Young, Hennessy Youngman.
Home #1, Home, Hastings
Next to Nothing, +44 141 Gallery, Glasgow
Next to Nothing, The Light, Leeds
Curated: Change The World Or Go Home, Down Stairs, Herefordshire. Ghazaleh Abassalian, Steven Allbutt, Bigtoe Group, Craig Barnes, Kitty Clark, Tom Crawford, Jeremy Deller, Sean Dower, Jeremy Hutchison, Alexander Krone, Jimmy Merris, Mark McGowan, Dominic Samsworth, Mark Titchner, Charlotte Young, Hennessy Youngman.
Posters Fo Sho, Five Years, London
Heartlands, Down Stairs, Herefordshire
As you wish, Outpost, Slotervaart, Amsterdam – Solo show
£171, Project Space 11, Plymouth
How could everybody be so wrong, AndOr Gallery, London
Versailles, Redchurch Street Gallery, London
La Braderie D’Art, La Condition D’ Public, Lille
Legacy I, L.I.U., Foremans Sculpture Yard, London
Utility Sculpture Scheme, as part of How to look?, Project Space 11, Plymouth – Solo show
Village Green Sculpture Park, Art is just a word, Stanton St John
Land without a map, Affordable Art Fair (curated by Jotta), London
The Guardian, Rowan Moore’s top 10 exhibitions of 2014, December 2014
A-N, Best Exhibitions of 2014, December 2014
This is Tomorrow, Revolver II Part 3 review, December 2014
The Modern House, What We’re Seeing, November 2014
Channel 4, George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces, October 2014
Daily Telegraph, Futuro House: the modernist home that looks like it’s from Mars, June 2014
Artfetch, Monday Pick, January 2013
A-N, Change The World Or Go Home review, November 2011
Dazed, Change The World Or Go Home interview, September 2011
The Independent, Change the world or go home preview, September 2011
Unfold, As You Wish preview, May 2011
Glass magazine, Artists to watch feature, Summer 2010
Shaping Sculpture, publication of the University of the Arts, April 2010
Cent magazine, Spring/Summer 2010
The Catlin Guide 2010, ed. Justin Hammond, January 2010.
The Times, Times 2: Buy Me, November 2009
Sunday Times, Culture: Frieze, Zoo and affordable art, October 2009
Jotta, Ones to Watch feature, June 2009
Future Trends 09/10 from CSM. Ed Tallon, K. Batsford, London 2008
26 Malts: Some joy ride. Ed Delves, S & others. Cyan, London 2005
2006 – 2009 : Central Saint Martins, Fine Art BA
2008 – Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
2004 – 2006 : Chelsea College of Art, Foundation