Short-Listed for Corinthia Artist in Residency programme

I have been short-listed for The Corinthia Artist in Residency 2011.

Here’s a list of the judges:
Jan Dalley, Arts Editor, Financial Times

Ben Evans, Director, London Design Festival

Amanda Nevill, Director, British Film Institute

Caroline Rush, CEO, British Fashion Council

Dan Stevens, Actor

Ed Vaizey, MP, Minister for Culture

RCA Secret Exhibition

Really pleased to have some postcards in this year’s RCA Secret exhibition

Over 1,000 invited artists have donated 2,900 works to RCA Secret 2011, including Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor, Grayson Perry, Yoko Ono, Olafur Eliasson, Yinka Shonibare and John Baldessari, designers Kenneth Grange, Margaret Calvert and James Dyson, fashion designers Paul Smith, Manolo Blahnik and Erdem, animator Nick Park, photographer David Bailey and film maker Mike Leigh, as well as up-and-coming students and graduates from the Royal College of Art.The postcards are displayed anonymously and are signed on the reverse, so that the artist remains a secret until after the cards are purchased and their signature is revealed.

Exhibition open at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU from Friday 18 November until Friday 25 November 2011, 11am-6pm, (Thursday until 9pm). Free Admission. The postcards will also be available for viewing on this website from Friday 18 November.

The cards will be sold to the public in a huge one-day sale on Saturday 26 November 2011, 8am-6pm, with each postcard costing just £45. A maximum of four cards may be purchased per person. Postcards will only be available to purchase in person at the Sale. It is recommended that you prepare a list of cards in advance, as the exhibition will not be open for viewing on the morning of the Sale.

Dublin Sceince Gallery Exhibition ‘Surface Tension: The Future of Water’

You can see my video ‘Single Shared Breath’ in the exhibition ‘Surface Tension: The Future of Water’ at the Dublin Science Gallery.

SURFACE TENSION brings together work by artists, designers, engineers and scientists to explore the future of water, playing on its physical properties, its role in politics and economics, and ways in which it may be harnessed, cleaned, and distributed.

The exhibition runs until 20th January 2012

Link to exhibition website