Location: Bow Arts Trust
Website: http://www.axisweb.org/seCVPG.aspx?ARTISTID=3690

My practice is not tied to a specific medium. It often involves the use of manufactured objects, or their re- making in a 'foreign' material or scale. It is the mutability of objects that interests me. I enjoy paradoxes and the disruption of known meanings.

1952 Oldenburg, Germany

1985 Royal College of Art, London
1982 St. Martin's School of Art and Design, London
1980 Staatliche Hochschule Fuer Bildende Kuenste, Braunschweig, Germany


2017 Raw Materials: Wood, Nunnery Gallery, London
2015 20 Prints for 20 Years, Nunnery Gallery, London
2014 Out of The Box, No Format Gallery, London
2014 Mark Wallinger Presents, Bermondsey Project Space, London
2013 Compulsion, St Clements Hospital, Shuffle Festival, Bow, London
2013 Territories, Bromley by Bow Centre, London
2012 Territories, Galerie Windkracht 13, Den Helder, Netherlands
2012 Bow Arts Open, Bermondsey Project Space
2011 Signature, Hortensia Gallery, London
2009 Workshop of Hereafter, Blyth Gallery, London
2009 Faultline, The Nunnery Gallery, London
2009 Olympic Visions, The Nunnery Gallery, London
2009 London Artfair
2008 Concrete Dreams, APT Gallery, Deptford, London
2008 Open Studios, Bow Arts Trust
2008 Staff Show, Byam Shaw School of Art
2008 art projects, London Artfair
2007 Gallery Artists, Modern British Artists, London
2006 The Wrong End of the Telescope, Three Colts Gallery,Bethnal Green, London
2004 Presence, Houseroom Gallery, Bath
2004 Outdoor Habitats, Museum of Domestic Design& Architecture,(MoDA), London
2004 Through the City, The Nunnery, Bow, London
2003 Location, Location, Location, Albury Arts, Guildford
2003 Plakativ ist (fast) Alles!, Landesmuseum Braunschweig, Germany
2003 Connections, James Hockey Gallery, Farnham
2002 So 02, The Nunnery, Bow, London
2000 Ark 2000, Dilston Grove, Southwark, London
1999 All Trussed Up And Nowhere To Go, Norwich
1999 Liverpool Biennal of Contemporary Art,The WorkHaus, Liverpool
1998 Visual Philosophies, Axis Website Exhibition
1998 Whitechapel Open Studios Exhibition
1998 Walk the Plank, The Ship, Bethnal Green, London
1997 Seek and Tell, APT Gallery, London
1996 Cafe Gallery, London
1994 Whitechapel Open Studios, London
1994 Cafe Gallery, London
1992 Cafe Gallery, London
1991 Cafe Gallery, London
1983 European Illustration, National Theatre, London
1983 The City, AOI Gallery, London
1976 Norddeutsches Theatertreffen, Kunsthalle Hamburg, Germany
1974 Landesmuseum Braunschweig

2010 [ Co-curation ] Some Books Are to Be Tasted… bookworks from 3 countries, Galeria Camelot, Krakow, Poland;
with Bogna Otto, Agniezka Maalecka, ASP Katowice
2009 Some Books Are to Be Tasted… bookworks from 3 countries,
George Rodger Gallery, Maidstone
2008 Lead Academic, co- organizer of The Liquid Page Symposium,Tate Britain, London,
2006 Curation/ organization/ editor of catalogue The Wrong End of the Telescope, Three Colts Gallery, Bethnal Green, London
2000 Curation/ organization/ editor of catalogue zero-G exhibition,Dilston Grove, Southwark, London
1998 Co-curation/ organization/ editor of catalogue,Walk the Plank exhibition, The Ship, Bethnal Green, London

2017 'Raw Materials: Wood', exhibition catalogue
2016 'The Enemies of Wonder' essay; co-authored with Mark Sanderson, in Irene Brown, I., Meaves, C., eds., Wonder in Contemporary Artistic Practice, London, Routledge
2012 'Blue Fence' (photograph) in: The Art of Dissent, Adventures in London’s Olympic State, Powell, H., Marrero-Guillamon, I. eds., London, Marshgate Press
2012 Artists and Books in the Digital Age, Puntos magazine,
publisher: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia
2009 Faultline, Art in the Age of Anxiety, exhibition catalogue, essay by Sarah Elson, Bow Arts Trust
2008 art projects, London Artfair,selectors: Johnathan Burton, Sarah Monk, Pryle Behrman; catalogue
2008 On the Necessity of Wonder, Journal of Visual Arts Practice, 7.1; essay plus 12 photographs; editor: Chris Smith, London Metropolitan University
2008 The Liquid Page, conference brochure, editor (with Mark Sanderson)
2007 On the Necessity of Wonder. How to explain an artwork to a committee. Papers of Surrealism, Issue 6 (online journal)
2007 Interview with Karen Given for WBUR Radio (Boston, USA) 'Only A Game, One City… Two Tales', broadcast 17 November 2007
2007 Andy Beckett, Cordon Blue, 21 Sept 07, London, The Guardian; interview plus 6 colour photographs
2006 The Wrong End of The Telescope, exhibition catalogue, catalogue essay by Mark Sanderson (UCA)
2004 Through The City, Exhibition catalogue, London, The Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust
2002 So: dialogues, interview Peter Jones, in: 'So 02' exhibition catalogue, London, The Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust
1998 Walk The Plank, exhibition catalogue, London, Immortal Dust
1998 ntv Germany: Kuenstler im East End, broadcast 10 April 98
1997 Seek and Tell, exhibition catalogue, London, APT Gallery

Teaching (most recent)
UCA Canterbury; The Royal Drawing School; UAL Byam Shaw School of Art; UAL Camberwell; Kensington and Chelsea College; Academy of Fine Arts ASP Katowice, Poland; Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia