I'm closing the Museum of Neoliberalism until further notice to avoid contributing the to coronavirus problem. The government's response has been slow and ineffectual and we can't wait for them to take the lead on this. Take care everyone. We'll reopen once things start to improve.
This weekend is the launch of a Museum of Neoliberalism I've co-curated with Gavin Grindon, at The World Transformed 2019 festival in Brighton. Tickets are still available, but if you can't make it I'll be posting photos next week.
We also hope to show it elsewhere, including at WAR Gallery, and have been thinking about it as a starting point, and a sort of prototype for, The Thatcher Museum I was banging on about a few years ago.
I'll also be talking at the 'Subvertising Symposium' at The World Transformed on Sunday alongside Ad Block Bristol, M...
My work on display as part of the Art The Arms Fair group show which runs until the 13th September in Peckham, raising funds for Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT). All these works are for sale for CAAT. My 'Empire Air' short film is also being shown.
The show is split across three locations:
Safehouses 1 & 2 (137 & 139 Copeland Rd) for the main exhibition, 12pm–8pm weekdays and 10am–8pm at the weekend
AMP Gallery (1 Acorn Parade) for Peter Kennard’s takeover, 12pm–8pm weekdays and 10am–8pm at the weekend
AMP Studios (897a Old Kent R...
Glastonbury was pretty damn great. Thanks to everyone who made it great. Including special thanks to my mushroom juice (see below) which was definitely a great idea.
Also has to be said Block 9 stole the entire festival with the IICON giant head stage. Such genius.
My solo exhibition at The Cluny in Newcastle opened on Thursday and runs until the 27th May. Thanks to everyone who made it down, and thanks to Ettrick Scott for curating the show and playing live with the excellent Jazz Riot. Thanks also to Joel Thomson for designing the invites and posters, Steven Brown for hanging the work, John M Hayward for driving to London and back to pick it up, Ross Lewis for sound engineering the gig and giving us all a lift home after, and of course to The Cluny itself, a venue I'd last visited 12 year...
LAUNCH PARTY 7TH DEC Opening night 6:30pm-late Exhibition runs until 11/2/19
16 Eltham Road
London SE12 8TF
10 min on 321 or 178 bus from Lewisham. 10 min walk from Lee station, 15 min walk from Blackheath, Hither Green stations. From East London get Overground to New Cross Gate then 321 to Lee Green/ Old Tiger’s Head.