I received my copy of Mail Me Art: Medium Without a Message (ISBN: 978-0-9566320-0-5) this week which is the catalogue of a little project that I took part in earlier this year that culminated in an exhibition in Brixton, London, in July. The book features work by artists and designers for all over the world
It seems like word about the Cut-Click Mail Art exhibition at Milkwood is spreading around well and creating the time-lapse video of the installation has paid of as it was posted on the Creative Review website earlier this week and has now featured on this posted on the Guardian website’s Cardiff pages.
It was a nice birthday surprise to see my video of the installation of the Cut-Click Exhibition at the Milkwood Gallery up on the Creative Review website today. I have to thank the fabulous Caroline Twidle for making this happen.
I got my hands on a copy of the catalogue from the FringeMK exhibitions. It features my work ‘Blossom: The Space Between Us’ which was short-listed for the painting prize back in May. Unfortunately I was unable to make it to the exhibition featuring the prize winning finalists Emma Talbot, Michele Fletcher, Jake Clark, and
The Moving Exhibition book has finally been published. This catalogue documents the series of exhibitions that took place across London throughout the first 6 months of this year featuring Spike’s epic installation ‘Blossom: The Space Between Us’. In addition to those involved in the exhibition the book also contains photographs of the various exhibitions and events as
Those lovely folk at Cut-Click very kindly invited me to contribute a little something to the first ever printed edition of their fabulous art and design zine and this week I finally got my hands on a copy of the finished article. I might be a bit biased but it really is a rather gorgeous
Spike has been invited to contribute a piece of work to the first ever printed copy of Cut-Click Magazine. The work produced, entitled Possessor of Supreme Power, is a new work which marks a point of diversion within Spike’s work. The magazine will be of a limited run and available this summer. More details will follow