Born 1977 in London, United Kingdom.
Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.

SELECTED PRESS

Elephant Magazine, 2016
this is tomorrow, September 2016
Mousse Magazine, September 2016
Time Out, August 2016

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Practicing Politics: The Fogelstad Women's Citizenship School 1922–1954, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden

  • 2016

    Maureen Paley, London, UK

  • 2015

    Many Maids Make Much Noise, ar/ge kunst, Bolzano, Italy

  • 2012

    Rise Early, Be Industrious, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes
    Rise Early, Be Industrious, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
    Rise Early, Be Industrious, CCA, Glasgow

  • 2009

    Aadieu, Adieu Apa (Goodbye, Goodbye Father), Gasworks, London
    Olivia Plender, Kiosk, Ghent

  • 2008

    Monitor, Art in General, New York

  • 2007

    Information, Education, Entertainment, Marabou Parken Annex, Stockholm

  • 2006

    The Folly of Man Exposed or the World Turned Upside Down, Frankfurter Kunstverein Frankfurt

  • 2005

    The Medium and Daybreak Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    At the Gates, La Criée Centre d'Art Contemporain, Rennes, France

  • 2018

    The Expanded Field, Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland
    At the Gates, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
    Under Pressure – On Forms of Authority and Decision-Making Power, frei_raum Q21 exhibition space, Vienna, Austria
    Hope is Strong, Millenium Gallery, Sheffield, UK

  • 2017

    Where do I end and you begin – On Secularity, Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden
    BAHAR, The Istanbul Off-Site Project for Sharjah Biennial 13, 13.Sharjah Bienali Istanbul Ayaĝi, Istanbul, Turkey

  • 2016

    Meaning Making Meaning, Valand Academy, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • 2015

    Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits, curated by Lars Bang Larsen and Marco Pasi, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
    6th Nouveau festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris
    Many Maids Make Much Noise, Mercer Union, Toronto (public art commission)
    Nascent States, Waterside Contemporary, London

  • 2014

    El Teatro Del Mundo, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, Mexico
    L’Heure des sorcières, Le Quartier: Centre D'art Contemporain De Quimper, France
    Une machine désire de l’instruction comme un jardin desire de la discipline, FRAC, Lorraine, Metz, France
    The Crime was Almost Perfect, Witte de With, Netherlands
    Escapes: Fiction as Rigour, Fabra i Coats Centre d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
    DEAR READER, an exhibition curated by Book Works at Idea Store Whitechapel, London
    The Nuisance of Landscape, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria, UK

  • 2013

    Spotlight: Sylvia Pankhurst, Tate Britain, London, UK (curatorial project)
    The Nordic Model, Malmö Art Museum, Sweden
    Arbeidstid, Henie Onstad, Oslo, Norway
    E as in Invisible, E as in Invincible, E as in Disappear, Signal, Malmö, Sweden
    Momentous Times, CCA Derry/ London Derry, Northern Ireland
    Points of Departure, Al Mahatta, Ramallah and Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
    The Mental Furniture Industry, Flat Time House, London (with Patrick Staff)
    Une machine désire de l’instruction comme un jardin desire de la discipline, MARCO, Vigo, Spain
    Berlin Senat Arbeitsstipendium Austellung, NGBK, Berlin, Germany
    Critique and Crises / Spectres of the Future, Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin, Germany
    Bodies that Matter, Galeri Mana, Istanbul, Turkey
    Oracular / Vernacular, Mamo centre d'art de la Cité Radieuse, Marseille, France
    Show Off, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden and Point Centre, Nicosia, Cyprus
    Plus ou moins sorcières 2/3 : Épreuves ritualisées, Maison Populaire, Paris, France
    Shaped by Time/ Skabt af tiden, Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Reflexion und Einfühlung, KAI10,/ Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf, Germany
    Summerland, CCS Bard, New York, US

  • 2011

    Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone, curated by Andrea Schlieker
    British Art Show 7, Hayward Gallery, London and CCA, Glasgow, UK
    El Grito, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC), Leon, Spain
    Terms of Belonging, Overgaden, Copenhagen, Denmark
    No Man's Land?/ Tierra de Nadie, Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria, Spain
    Nordic Art Today: conceptual debts, broken dreams, new horizons, St Petersburg, Russia (with Unnar Örn)
    Rehearsing Collectivity: Choreography Beyond Dance, Tanzfabrik, Berlin
    Folk Variations, Radar, Loughborough University, UK
    Nothing in the World but Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
    Acts of Refusal, ART IST KUKU NU UT Arts Festival, Tartu, Estonia

  • 2010

    Taipei Biennial, Taipei curated by Tirdad Zolghadr and Hongjohn Lin
    Bucharest Biennial,curated by Felix Vogel, Bucharest, Romania
    British Art Show 7, Nottingham Contemporary, UK (Hayward Touring Show)
    Manifesta 8, Murcea, Spain (catalogue project)
    Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon – 4th Auckland Triennial, Auckland, New Zealand
    Newspeak: British Art Now Part II, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
    Perform a Lecture, The Office, Berlin,Germany
    Neither From Nor Towards, Art Pavilion, Zagreb, Croatia
    Fall Out, Kunsthalle Gl. Holtegaard in Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö Konsthall, Sweden
    There is No Alternative, Konsthalle C and Romanian Cultural Institute, Stockholm, Sweden (as curator)
    Out of the Archives, The Womens Library, London, UK
    Fourteen Interventions, Swedenborg Society, London
    Whitstable Biennial, Whitstable, UK
    Fall Studie, HFBK, Dresden, Germany

  • 2009

    Altermodern: Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London, UK
    The Malady of Writing, MACBA, Barcelona, Spain
    Critical Applause, CCA Glasgow, UK
    Notes from the Living Dead Museum, Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Island
    Desiring Necessities, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
    Practical Truths, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK
    Poetry Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

  • 2008

    The Greenroom: Reconsidering the Documentary and Contemporary Art, Hessel Museum of Art, CCS Bard, New York, USA
    Algulhas Negras, Centro Cultural, Sao Paolo, Brazil
    The Great Transformation, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt; touring to MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Spain
    Not Quite How I Remember It, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
    Bending the Word, Matrix Gallery, UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, USA
    Moot Points, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK
    Disclosures II: The Middles Ages; Nottingham Castle Museum/ Laxton Village, UK
    TINA, The Drawing Room, London, touring to Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, UK (as curator)
    I Desired What You Were, I Need What You Are, Maze, Turin, Italy
    Legend, curated by Alexis Vaillant, Domaine Departemental de Chamarande, Paris, France

  • 2007

    Art Now Live, Tate Britain, London, UK
    Athens Biennial: How to Endure, Athens, Greece
    Moscow Biennial: Left Pop, Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
    Le Truc, The Project, Dublin, Ireland
    Mystic Truths, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
    Cult Fiction, New Art Gallery Walsall, UK (Hayward Touring Show)

  • 2006

    Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London, UK
    Busan Biennial, Busan, South Korea
    2nd International Biennial of Young Artists, Bucharest, Romania
    Becks Futures, ICA, London; touring to Arnolfini, Bristol and CCA, Glasgow, UK
    Slowly Learning to Survive the Desire to Simplify, Iaspis, Stockholm, Sweden (commission)
    In Search of the New Republic (or the Tables Turned), Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
    Radio Gallery, curated by Anna Colin, Resonance FM, London, UK
    Transcommunication Lab, curated by Electra/ Carl Michael Von Hauswolf, London, UK
    Le Retour de la Colonne Durutti, Isabella Bortolozzi Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    Shaking Smooth Spaces, La Generale, Paris, France

  • 2005

    BMW: 1X Baltic Triennial of International Art, CAC, Vilnius
    Paris-Londres: Le Voyage Interieur, curated by Alex Farquharson and Alexis Vaillant, Espace Electra, Paris, France
    A Press Conference with Ken Russell, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
    A Public Meeting to Address the Phenomenon of Materialization, Man in the Holocene, London, UK
    Publish and be Damned, The Crypt, London, UK
    On the Way to the Peak of Normal, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
    Coniston Water Festival, Grizedale Arts, Cumbria,UK
    Dance of the Seven Veils, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, UK

  • 2004

    Romantic Detachment, PS1/ MoMA, New York, USA
    East End Academy, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
    For Example, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
    Publish and Be Damned, Cubitt Gallery/ The Crypt, London, UK
    Trailer, Man in the Holocene, London, UK

  • 2001

    Department The Changing Room Gallery, Stirling, Scotland, UK

Awards / residencies / academic

  • 2013

    Lead Faculty/ artist in residence – Society is a Workshop: Banff Centre, Canada

  • 2012

    Arbeitsstipendium Bildende Kunst des Landes Berlin
    Arts Council England – Research and Development Grant
    Doctoral position – Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden
    Points of Departure residency, Art School Palestine/ Delfina Foundation, Ramallah

  • 2010

    Roberto Cimetta Fund - travel grant
    Lead Faculty/ artist in residence - Beyond Former Heaven: Banff Centre, Canada

  • 2009

    Arts Council England – Research and Development Grant
    Shatana International Workshop, Jordan

  • 2008

    Algulhas Negras - Goethe-Institut, Centro Cultural, FAAP, São Paulo, Brazil
    Artist in Residence - Cove Park, UK
    Artist in Residence - Art in General, New York, USA

  • 2007

    British Council - Award for Artist Exhibiting Abroad
    Artist in Residence - Iaspis international studio programme, Stockholm, Sweden
    Artist in Residence - University of Oxford, St. John’s College, UK
    ELAM Artist in Residence - University of Auckland, New Zealand

  • 2006

    Paul Hamlyn Award for Visual Arts
    Arts Council London – Research and Development Grant
    British Council - Award for Artist Exhibiting Abroad

  • 2005

    Artist in Residence - El Basilisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina/ Triangle Arts Trust

  • 2004

    Arts Council London – Research and Development Grant
    Visual Research Fellow - Dundee Contemporary Arts/ University of Dundee, UK
    Artist in Residence - Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, UK

  • 2001

    London Arts - Individual Artist Award
    British Council - Award for Artist Exhibiting Abroad

Selected Events, Talks and Screenings:

  • 2019

    Talk: Olivia Plender and Ed Webb-Ingall, ICA, London, 11 January 2019.

  • 2016

    Index 19: Olivia Plender, RISE EARLY, BE INDUSTRIOUS, Index, The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden, 12 October 2016.

Solo Publications

  • 2016

    Rise Early, Be Industrious, published by Sternberg Press

  • 2013

    Green Lines, published by Pork Salad Press

  • 2011

    Are Dreams Hallucinations During Sleep or Hallucinations Waking Dreams? Creative Foundation

  • 2008

    Bring Back Robin Hood: Notes on an Imagined Community, Transmission Gallery
    Spirit Swindlers, Matrix Gallery, UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

  • 2007

    A Stellar Key to the Summerland, published by Bookworks

  • 2006

    The Masterpiece, Part 5: The Road to Ruin, published by Institute of Contemporary Arts

  • 2005

    The Masterpiece, Part 4: Evil Genius, published by Castlefield Gallery

  • 2004

    The Masterpiece, Part 3: Evil Genius, published by Grizedale Arts
    The Masterpiece, Part 2: Birth of a Genius, published by Millimetre.org/ Whitechapel Gallery

  • 2003

    The Masterpiece, Part 1: Strange Adventures, published by Millimetre.org

Selected Bibliography

  • 2018

    Dunne, Aidan, Five of the best art shows to see this week, irishtimes.com, 14 July 2018
    Stephen, Phyllis, At Talbot Rice – Tremble Tremble, Jesse Jones and At the Gates, theedinburghreporter.co.uk, 26 October 2018

  • 2016

    Fattori Franchini, Attilia, Reviews: Olivia Plender, Flash Art, November / December 2016, pp.110-111.
    Artrabbit.com, 2 September, “Exhibition - Olivia Plender”
    Artnet.com, 8 September, “Olivia Plender”
    Artupdate, 25 August “Olivia Plender at Maureen Paley”
    Don’t Panic, 9 September, “Olivia Plender - Maureen Paley”
    Elephantmag.com, 12 September “5 Questions with Olivia Plender”, Emily Steer
    GalleriesNow.net, 9 September,“Olivia Plender”
    The Guardian Guide, 10 September,“Exhibitions Olivia Plender”, p.27.
    MousseMagazine.it, 17 September,“Olivia Plender at Maureen Paley”(installation imges)
    re-title.com, 9 September, “Maureen Paley Presents Olivia Plender”
    The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift, Annabella Pollen, published by Donlon Books atpdiary.com, Elena Bordignon, interview
    Time Out, 30 August “Olivia Plender”, Amanda Pellerin

  • 2015

    ==#, edited by Matt Keegan, ‘Building Blocks as Tall as Buildings: Artists working with Early Child Pedagogy’, Anna Craycroft, published by Capricious
    Learning and Playing: Re-eacting Feminist Histories, text by Catherine Grant, in Feminist Art Histories: Renewing Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice, published by IB Tauris, and edited by Victoria Horne and Lara Perry

  • 2014

    Institutional Dissonance: Tate Britain, BP and socialist feminist history, Victoria Horne, Radical Philosophy 186, Jul/ Aug 2014

  • 2013

    Art Forum, Sept, ‘Review: Arbeidstid’, Johanne Nordby Werno
    Art Forum, May, ‘Preview: Arbeidstid’, Ina Blom
    KunstKritikk.no, May, ‘Arbeidstid’, Maria Horvei
    Vitamin D2, ‘Olivia Plender’, David Trigg, published by Phaidon
    Mousse Magazine, No 38 April, Alternative Systems: Olivia Plender and Patrick Staff
    Frieze, Issue 155, May 2013, ‘Studio Spaces’, Maeve Connoly
    Some Instructions, artists project, The Believer, Nov/ Dec

  • 2012

    Art Forum Critics Picks, Aug, ‘Olivia Plender’, Natasha Degen
    Art Monthly, Sept, ‘Olivia Plender: Rise Early Be Industrious’, Laura Allsop
    The Art of Camping, Matthew De Abaitua, p.117 – 118, Published by Penguin

  • 2011

    Art Forum, Sept, ‘Olivia Plender’, Brian Dillon
    Frieze, Issue 143 Nov – Dec, ‘Folkestone Triennial’, Colin Perry
    Tate Etc, Issue 23, Autumn, ‘A Graphic Wake Up Call’, Vincent Katz
    Art Monthly, Sept, ‘Folkestone Triennial’, David Trigg
    Art Forum Critics Picks, ‘Terms of Belonging’, Stephen Squibb
    Time Out, Mar 3 – 9, ‘British Art Show’, Ossian Ward
    KunstKritikk.no, ‘Terms of Belonging’, Jacob Lillemose

  • 2010

    Creamier, Tirdad Zolghadr, published by Phaidon
    Histories of the Present, published by Nottingham Contemporary
    Frieze, Issue 137 Jan – Feb, ‘7th Taipei Biennial’, Christy Lange and Simon Rees
    Frieze, Issue 137 Jan – Feb, ‘British Art Show 7’, Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith
    Time Out, Nov 5, British Art Now’, Helen Sumpter
    Telegraph, 26/10 ‘British Art Show/ Newspeak 2’, Richard Dorment
    Observer, 31/10, ‘British Art Now’, Laura Cumming
    C Magazine, Issue 108 Winter, ‘Economies of Faith’, Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens
    Art Monthly, April. ‘Swedenborg House: 14 interventions’, Peter Suchin
    Frieze.com, June, ‘Bucharest Biennial’, Richard Unwin
    Paletten, November, ‘Olivia Plender’ by Johan Deurell

  • 2009

    A Prior Magazine, Belgium, special issue on Olivia Plender
    Grizedale Arts: Adding Complexity to Confusion, Jonathan Griffin and Adam Sutherland, published by Grizedale Arts
    Art and Text, Black dog publishing
    Shedhalle Newspaper, Commentary: personal Translations, Olivia Plender
    Frieze Magazine, Issue 128 January – Feb 2010, ‘Auckland and Sydney 2010’, Nicola Harvey
    Art Forum online, 13 October, ‘Olivia Plender’, critics picks, Steven Cairns
    Time Out, 22 – 28 October, ‘Olivia Plender’, Sally O’Reilly
    Metropolis M, ‘Games’, No.5 2009
    Guardian Guide, ‘Practical Truths’, 22-28 Sept, Robert Clark
    Flash Art, July – Sept, ‘Olivia Plender: I’ll give you television’, interview, Robert Stasinski
    Frieze, Issue 124 June, ‘Olivia Plender’, Melissa Gronlund
    Frieze, Issue 121 March, commissioned artists project
    Frieze, Jan-Feb, ‘TINA’, Chris Fite-Wassilak
    Art Monthly, March, ‘Tate Triennial’, Colin Perry
    The Independent, 6 Feb, ‘No Sharks Here…’, Tom Lubbock
    Time Out, Feb 12 – 18, ‘Tate Triennial’, Ossian Ward
    The Telegraph, 2 Feb ‘Altermodern- Tate Triennial’, Richard Dorment
    The Observer, 8 Feb ‘Altermodern- Tate Triennial’, Laura Cumming
    The Guardian, 3 Feb ‘Altermodern- Tate Triennial, Adrian Searle

  • 2008

    Flash Art, October, Focus London – artists dictionary
    Art Review, December
    Time Out, Oct 30 – Nov 5, In The Studio, Helen Sumpter
    TimeOut, 23-29 Oct, ‘Artists Under 40’
    Map Magazine, Issue 16 Winter, TINA, Isla Leaver-Yap
    The Guardian Guide, Oct 4- 10, ‘TINA’, Jessica Lack
    The Guardian, Artist of the Week’, Jessica Lack
    After Image 36 3, Not Quite How I Remember It, William V. Ganis
    Canadian Art, July 10, Not Quite How I Remember It, Bryan Mclaughlin
    Toronto Life, June, Not Quite How I Remember It, David Balzer
    Eye (Canada), June 19, Not Quite How I Remember It, David Balzer
    Modern Painters, July/ August, Preview: Not Quite How I Remember It
    Hjarnstorm Magazine (Sweden), artists project
    Pazmaker no. 5 (mexico), Enfant terrible/ Ken Russell in conversation with Olivia Plender
    Map Magazine 15, The Great Transformation, Michael Krajewski
    Der Volkskrant, The Great Transformation, 17 July, Domeniek Ruyters
    Kultur magazine, The Great Transformation, June
    Art Forum, Preview: The Great Transformation, May, Brigitte Weingart
    Exit Express (Spain), The Great Transformation, Nov, Pedro de Llano

  • 2007

    Our Comic Book, edited by Mel Brimfield, published by Revolver
    Frieze.com, “Olivia Plender”, December, Stellar d’Ailly,
    24 hour interview Marathon, Serpentine Gallery publication, Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist
    Time Out, “A Stellar Key to the Summerland”, Dec 19, Gabriel Coxhead
    The Observer, 25 November, “Heading for the Top”
    Svenska Dagbladet, “Olivia Plender”, 27 October, Thomas Olsson
    Stockholm City, “Olivia Plender”, 19 October, Lina Wennersten
    Pavilion Magazine/ What Was Socialism and What Comes Next? October, Published by Bucharest Biennale (artists Project)
    Art Monthly, October, “Art Now Live”, Rikke Hansen
    Art Monthly, July-August, “Cult Fiction: Art and Comics”, Matt Price
    New Zealand Herald - Time Out, 28 June “My Big Week: Olivia Plender”
    Art Monthly Australia, November, Mystic Truths, John Hurrell

  • 2006

    Map Magazine, Winter 2006, “Bucharest Absent Without Leave”, Duncan Mclaren
    The Independent, 10 Nov 2006, “Award…”, Arifa Akbar
    Teme Celeste Sept/ Oct, “Olivia Plender - interview”, Aura Satz
    Flash Art October, “Focus London”, Eliza Williams
    Time Out Magazine August 16-23, “Harold Offeh: Mothership Collective”, Helen Sumpter
    The Guardian Guide, 29 July, “Publish and Be Damned” Jessica Lack LA weekly, “Art Pick: Flip”, 19 July, Melissa Lo
    Time Out Magazine August 2-9, “Serpentine Interview Marathon”, Helen Sumpter
    Time Out Magazine August 2-9, “Anna Colin: Radio Gallery”, Helen Sumpter
    Frieze, Issue 100, June-Aug, “Periodical Table (Part 3)”, survey
    Frieze, Issue 100, June-Aug, “Goshka Macuga”, Jonathan Griffin
    Particules No 14, April/ May, Anna Colin
    Art Forum, April, “Olivia Plender: Top Ten”
    Evening Standard, 28 March, “Becks Futures”, Tom Teodorczuk
    The Independent, 31 March, “Becks Futures”, Sue Hubbard
    The Sunday Times, 2 April, “Becks Futures” Waldemar Januszczak
    The Daily Telegraph, 4 April, “Becks Futures” Serena Davies
    The Guardian, 4 April, “Becks Futures”, Adrian Searle
    The Herald, 10 April, “Becks Futures”, Moira Jeffrey
    Financial Times, “Drawing, Crossing the Line” Gabriel Coxhead
    Dazed and Confused, April, “Olivia Plender”, Iphgenia Baal
    Art Monthly, February, “Le Voyage Interieur”, Mark Wilsher
    Frieze, Issue 96, Jan, “Olivia Plender” Romilly Eveleigh

  • 2005

    Art Review, November 2005, Lupe Nunez-Fernandez
    Frieze, Issue 95, Nov 2005, “Coniston Water Festival”, Sally O’Reilly
    Frieze, Issue 94, Oct 2005, “Publish and Be Damned”, Jennifer Higgie
    Flash Art online, September 2005, Coniston Water Festival, Aaron Moulton
    The Guardian, 1 Oct, “Old Devil”, Stephen Armstrong
    The Guardian Guide, 8 Oct, Robert Clark
    The Guardian Guide, 30 July, Jessica Lack
    The Guardian G2, Pick of the Week, 23 May, Jessica Lack
    Arena Magazine, March, ‘I wanna buy some art’, Tom Morton

  • 2004

    Put About: a Critical Anthology on Independent Publishing, a Bookworks publication, edited by
    Maria Fusco with Ian Hunt
    The Guardian G2, 4 Oct, ‘Pick of the Week’, Craig Burnett
    Art Monthly, July/ August “East End Academy”, Jennifer Thatcher
    Arena, August “The Big Draw”, Tom Morton
    The Guardian, 14 June “East End Academy”, Jessica Lack
    Time Out, 9-16 June “East End Academy”, Martin Coomer
    The Guardian Weekend, 5 June “E is for Art”, Caroline Roux
    The Observer Review, 20 June “East End Academy”, Oliver Bennet
    The Times, 16 June “A Little of What You’ll Fancy”, Rachel Campbell Johnston
    The Guardian Guide, 17-23 April “Like Beads on An Abacus…”, Jessica Lack
    The Guardian, 26 April “Like Beads on An Abacus…”, Jessica Lack
    Art Monthly, May “Anyway”, Bruce Haines
    Arena, January, “Portrait of the Artist…”, Tom Morton
    Slim Volume, edited and published by Andrew Hunt

  • 2003

    Anyway published by Alberta Press
    Happy Pappy published by Milch Gallery

  • 2002

    Aleksandra Mir’s Daily News, published by Gavin Brown’s Enterprise and Greengrassi

  • 2001

    The Wire, May, “Department”
    Art Review, May, “Department”, Elizabeth Mahoney