Double Acts: Collaborative Partnerships in Early Artists’ Video, An On-Line Exhibition for Rewind Curated by Chris Meigh-Andrews Featuring: Brian Hoey and Wendy Brown; Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield; The Duvet Bros (Peter Boyd Maclean and Rik Lander); Gabrielle Bown and Chris Meigh-Andrews. 22 September 2023 – 13 October 2023
Link to an audio recording of an interview by Peter Woodford Smith about my solar-powered site-specific outdoor installation for “Desert Equinox” in Broken Hill, NSW, Australia, October 2022.
I am showing a new solar-powered outdoor installation Truth is a Pathless Land (for Jiddu Krishnamurty this weekend (June 23rd-25th, 2023) in “Track Markers: Contemporary Sculpture at Fingringhoe”. This work is the second in an on-going series of outdoor neon text pieces.
The Milano Green Forum has recently curated an on line exhibition of artists working with solar energy which includes information on my installation SunBeam (2011) as well as Digital Moving Image Installations and Renewable Energy: 1994-2018, the chapter I contributed to “Technology, Design and the Arts–Challenges and Opportunities”, originally published by Springer Books, 2020. Link […]
I will be exhibiting a new outdoor solar powered neon text installation at Fingringhoe Nature park June 23-25 2023.
Link to interview about current exhibition at Valletta Contemporary
An exhibition of moving image works by twelve renowned international artists. Valletta Contemporary, Malta. April 28th-June 25th, 2022. Curated by Chris Meigh-Andrews. This exhibition is centred on the theme of landscape, presenting work by artists who have pioneered the electronic moving image as an art form. The intention is to present a diverse range of […]
140 x 1.5 litre recycled plastic bottles, plastic tubing, fishing line, reservoir, pump, water, computer and video projection. 10 Trinity St, Colchester CO1 1JR. Aug 21st-Aug 31st, 2020. Preview/Launch: Friday, Aug 28th, 7:30PM
Turner– Stilte in de Stad (Turner- Silence in the City), Stadsarchief Amsterdam, Aug 4th-Nov 1st, 2020. The heart of Amsterdam and it is dead quiet. Or does it seem like that? Benjamin Brecknell Turner’s 1857 photograph of the Westermarkt puts us on the wrong track. The image was taken with the very first photographic technique […]