The Museum of Neoliberalism I co-curated with Gavin Grindon has had a bit more press. I was interviewed for the above article with i-D, also Huck, New Statesman, and as mentioned previously, a great write-up in Prospect and the Financial Times, and a review in Time Out.
The museum itself has been busy every weekend since we opened and the response has been fantastic. If you'd like to visit, book free tickets at museumofneoliberalism.com
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...
I've been invited back to Germany by Positive Propaganda to open a travel agents outside the National Theatre in Munich later this month. 19th - 29th April. I've started an Instagram for the project you can follow at @empireair. More details on the project as they arise will be posted on the project page. You can find the Facebook event here.
This took me a nauseating amount of time. A 1.4m long painting of businesspeople taking over Hell and running it for profit, part completed during my residency earlier this year at Positive Propaganda, Munich. >> Click here for larger version <<
Shell's Climate Solutions Roadshow at Glastonbury, showcasing all the ways oil & gas companies can save the world from oil & companies. Using the past to #burnthefuture. Click here for photos/video of inside.