Tuesday 4 February 2014 at 6.30pm Susan Collins’ Inaugural Professorial Lecture at University College London Listen to the podcast here
2013 Brighter Later, was a temporary light installation commissioned for the Radcliffe Observatory at Green Templeton College as part of Tracing Venus, the University of Oxford’s Public Art Programme for the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. Inspired by the Radcliffe Observatory’s prominent … Read more →
2 November – 21 December 2013 I have made a new pixelscape work, London 2013, for this group show in ASC Gallery, London curated by Christina Niederberger and Paul Carey-Kent.
2013 – 2014 London 2013 – and 2014 – reveal the view from Christina Niederberger’s studio on the 8th floor of ASC Studios’ Erlang House looking north over London’s newly emerging skyline. The images were constructed a pixel a second … Read more →
9 May – 18 August 2013 Glenlandia was included in “Art and optics: The Speed of Communication” an international group exhibition curated by Sean Cubitt. Please click here for more information on the exhibition and here for images from the … Read more →
14 March – 26 May 2013 “7 Days in June” a 10.5m long, floor based print work from my Seascape Series is included in this international group exhibition curated by Brian Curtin and Steve Dutton
Kunstbeeld #9-2012 www.kunstbeeld.nl Writer and theorist Reba Westdorp wrote an article on In Conversation 1997-2001 “Een on- en offline rollenspel” which has won her this year’s Kunstbeeld thesis prize.
22 September – 7 December 2012 One of my large Seascape prints is included in this exhibition about meeting points between science and art at the David Lopatie Conference Centre at the Weizmann Institute of Science curated by Cathy Wills. … Read more →
16 September 2012 – One of my Seascapes will be accompanying a chapter of Moby Dick as part of the Moby Dick Big Read A cast of 270 people including Tilda Swinton, Simon Callow, Sir David Attenborough, Stephen Fry, Benedict … Read more →
9 September 2012 – 31 January 2013 A solo show of prints from the Seascape archive are showing in Hamburg at Osterwalder’s Art Office