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Warning, Attack and Recovery : 1983 *

The Date (installation): 1985

MIRA (installation): 1986

The Golem : 1986

Electrical Development: 1986 *

Sad But New (installation): 1987

Solid State Remains: 1988

Strange Attractor (NLV 1) : 1989 *

The Attack Of The Deadly Alien Graces: 1989

Sublime (NLV 6): 1990 *

O(NLV7): 1990 *

Stereotypes: 1981 *

3 frivolous metaphors: 1981 *

Meltdown - a pop video: 1983 *



Productions made with St. John Walker as '9AM'

Hiroshima World Service : 1985

Timezones (single tape and installation): 1986

Saboten Boi (single tape and installation): 1988

Virus (installation): 1990



Selected early art exhibitions


2000

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in Entropia Gallery, Wroclaw, Poland

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the CineMagic Festival, Belfast

the.year.dot : Interactive web project for Film & Video Umbrella

Within these Words : Interactive Artwork for Virtual Revolutions CD-ROM


1999

Large scale image projections for Liverpool waterfront Millennium celebrations

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Clotworthy Arts Centre, Antrim

ADVENT : Interactive artwork exhibited at Casa das Artes, Vigo, Spain

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

HELIOTROPE : Interactive artwork exhibited at Artezium, Luton

THE REPOSITORY: Interactive artwork at Oldham Museum & Art Gallery

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Focal Point Gallery, Southend- on-Sea

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Norwich Arts Centre

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham


1998

HELIOTROPE : Interactive artwork exhibited at Cartwright Hall, Bradford

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Harewood House Gallery, Leeds

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the Rotterdam Film Festival, Netherlands

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the Muu Media Festival, Finland

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the Portsmouth Arts Centre

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the Zone Festival, Maidstone, Kent



1997

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Street Level Gallery, Glasgow

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Lux Centre, London

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Gantry, Southampton

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Plymouth Arts Centre, Devon

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Montage Gallery, Derby

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester as part of Video Positive 97

‘Nachural Struggle’ - collaboration with B.I.C.A - Interactive artwork exhibited at Museum of  Science & Industry, Manchester as part of Video Positive 97.

‘Mapping Values’ - collaboration with T.E.A - exhibited at Orleans House, Twickenham

‘Consequences of the Ark’ - collaboration with Marcus Cole - interactive artwork exhibited at  Open Hand Studios, Reading.


1996

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited in the ‘Smart Room’ as part of ‘SPEED’, Tullie HouseGallery, Carlisle, UK

ToyBox exhibited at ‘Burning the Interface’, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia.

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at the World Wide Video Festival, Den Haag, the Netherlands

ADVENT: Interactive artwork exhibited at ‘LoveBytes’ festival, Sheffield, UK

Artist in residence at Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport - produced ‘Pier out of Sea’ - interactive trip down the seaside pier.


1995

Creative Director of ToyBox - interactive CD-ROM and presentation for Video Positive 95 at Tate Gallery Liverpool.

ADVENT: Preview of interactive CD-ROM at Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool


1994

‘To be this good...Rock of Ages’ at  V-Topia: Tramway Gallery, Glasgow;

‘To be this good...Rock of Ages’ at  V-Topia: Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool

(interactive computer installation)


1993

‘Pirates Lament’  at River Crossings festival, East London, UK (outdoor projection work)

‘When Freedom Comes’ Holden Gallery, Manchester, UK (computer-based installation)

Screenings at Video Positive, London Film-makers Co-op

‘Pirates Lament’ at Visionfest, Merseyside, UK (outdoor projection work)


1992

‘The Picture that Ate My Soul’  at Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK (interactive computer work)

‘The Picture that Ate My Soul’  at Prema Gallery, Dursley, Gloucs, UK (interactive computer work)

‘Pirates Lament’ Ferens Gallery/ROOT festival  Hull , UK (outdoor  projection work)


1991

Medien Operative Berlin, Germany

Offentliche Kunstammlung, Basel, Switzerland

Bonn Videonale, Germany

2nd International Video Days, Istanbul, Turkey

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool (Video Positive 91- installation)

6th International Video Festival, Sydney


1990

Leicester International Film & Video Festival, (installation)

Camden Video Festival, Parkway Cinema, London

Saint Herblain Int. Video Festival, France

Kunst Museum, Bonn, Germany

Pompideu Centre, Paris

Festival de la creation video, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Local Heroes, Edmonton, Canada (panel member)

Videonale, Bonn, Germany

European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany

AVE, Arnhem, The Netherlands

London Film Festival (screening programme)


1989

ICA Cinematheque

Aberdeen Art Gallery

Video Positive 89, Liverpool

Tate Gallery, Millbank, London

Metro Cinema, Derby

Pheonix Cinema, Leicester

Wide Angle, Birmingham

Wien Mediawerkstatt, Vienna, Austria

M.I.M.A, Melbourne, Australia

Video Brasil, Sao Paolo, Brazil

Finnish Film Archives, Helsinki

4th Australian Video Festival, Sydney



1988

32nd London Film Festival (installation)

9th UK National Video Festival, Bracknell

ICA Cinematheque

Gallerie F15, Oslo, Norway

Video Brasil, Sao Paolo, Brazil

Kinematic E.V, Berlin


1987

8th UK National Video Festival, Bracknell

Whitechapel Gallery Cinema, London

31st London Film Festival (installation)

Ars Electronica, Linz

Video Brasil,  Sao Paolo, Brazil

Videoart, Locarno, Switzerland


1986

Co-organiser of UK video art show in Fukuoka, Japan

7th UK national Video Festival, Bracknell


1984

ICA Cinematheque.

Rennes Semaine de Video, Rennes, France

Skuc Forum, Lubljana, Yugoslavia

Pompideu Centre, Paris

Gallery Scan, Tokyo

UK/Canada Video exchange, Toronto

Channel 5 Video Festival, London (one of 5 video artists exhibiting installations in TV showrooms across London)


1983

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

 

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