EXHIBITION:

Art Central

14.03 - 16.03 / 2015

Central Harbourfront Hong Kong

Installation, sculpture, screen prints and photography

 

Art Central Hong Kong with Fiumano Projects as part of Rise (for emerging artists)



EXHIBITION:

CSM Lethaby Gallery

November 2014

University of the Arts London
Granary Building, 1 Granary Square
King's Cross
London

 

 Private View 


  

EXHIBITION:

The Centre of Infinity  

March 2014

Gallery 2, 27 Connaught Street, London

Video, installation, sculpture and screen prints

  

EXHIBITION:

Art 14

February 2014

Kensington Olympia, London


 

Promotional video including the piece Experimental Clarity by Nicole Wassall 

Artist included in Emerge section of Art 14 - solo artist stand presented by Fiumano Projects


 

PUBLICATION:

The law of unplanned consequence

February 2014, written by Nicole Wassall, published by Fiumano Projects

 


 

EXHIBITION:

Touch Art Fair

October 2013

London


Sound installation with lavender sent 

 

EXHIBITION:

Pop-Up linked to ISEA Sydney 2013

June 2013

William Street, Sydney

 

Night projection of Bird in a Cage, projected in the gallery and viewed from the street


EXHIBITION:

The Blake Society illuminated manuscripts

May to December 2013

Various locations in London



EXHIBITION (Solo):

Outside in

April 2013

27 Connaught Street, London

Video, installation, sculpture and photography


 

EXHIBITION:

London Art Pop Up

December 2012

Dulwich Village, London


 

PUBLICATION:

Londonart.co.uk, Emerging Artists

December 2012

Review by 

Chris Mugan 



EXHIBITION:

Red Door Studios

September 2012

East Ham, London

Visiting artist, 
Exhibiting various works, engaging with local community and including artists' talk

 

PUBLICATION:

Byoutiful.com, But is it just a little too shocking?

July 2012

Review by Alex Zagalsky 


 

EXHIBITION:

SURVIVAL 10

21 - 24 June 2012

The tenth edition of the SURVIVAL Art Review will take place at the 'Olawka' stadium at ul. Na Niskich Lakach 8 in Wroclaw, and in its nearest proximity (the area of the so-called Bermuda Triangle). 

 

 

The SURVIVAL Art Review is an artistic venture implemented in Wroclaw's public space. Within the framework of SURVIVAL, visual works are presented - in particular installations (including sound and video installations) and performances.

The works of art presented during the Review are selected according to two principles adopted by the Organisers: by open competition and by invitation from  the curator. After selection/invitation of the project the concept of its presentation is developed with artist's and curator's approval.


 

EXHIBITION:

Outhere

15 - 17 June 2012

The Round Chapel, Powerscroft Road, London

Sculpture, 2D, video and art performance on the opening night Friday 15th June.  Part of Clapton Festival

Artists included:  Geraldine Swayne, Benedikt Dichgans, Vesta Kroese, Nicole Wassall, Matthew Stock, Konstantinos Menelaou and George Tsioutsias, Raul Pina, Thick and Tasty xxx, Jill Rock, Sadie Murdoch, Luke Brennan, Omiko, Hattie Worboys and Richard Dyer


 

EXHIBITION:

Sluice Art Fair

15 - 16 October 2011 

 


 

26 South Molton Lane

Mayfair

London


 

EXHIBITION:

The Artists Books Weekend 2011

Friday 23rd September 6 - 9pm
Saturday 24th of September 10am - 7pm
Sunday 25th of September 10am - 7pm

 

The Mews Project Space London E1

15c Osborne Street (alley behind the whitechapel Gallery)

The Modern Language Experiment


 

WORKS AVAILABLE:

123 Bethnal Green Road

East London


Various work available at '123 Bethnal Green Road' - an art, fashion etc concept shop. Since May 2011

Work stocked includes Toe Nail Clippings print, Wanking Tissues print, Gag Statue prints (copy of Bouville book for viewing), pin hole lamps and a selection of Last Supper candles. Not all stock is on display.  However, they like people asking to see other stuff especially the Gag Statue prints (they don't have space to exhibit all of them all of the time). 

123 Bethnal Green Road 


 

EXHIBITION/FESTIVAL:

DAZED LIVE

9 April 2011

East London

 

From 12pm-2am on the 9th of April, Dazed and Confused magazine took over East London in true festival style. Venues such as Village Underground and XOYO brimmed with arty hipsters adorned in supreme hats, loafers and skinnies. Various talks, exhibitions and films occured throughout the day with music kicking off the evening in Village Underground.

http://dazedlive.com/ 


 

EXHIBITION:

Whizz Kidz

19 February 2011

 

Vesta, Putney Embankment, London, United Kingdom

 

Champagne fundraiser and art auction

 


 

EXHIBITION/FESTIVAL:

BARMY PARK

11 - 25 September 2010

Bethnal Green Library, London

 

The free arts festival in Bethnal Green Library harks back to the history of the site as a 'private madhouse' between 1727 and 1922. To this day The Green is still known locally as 'Barmy Park'

Artists include: Bobby Baker, Brendan Quick and Geraldine Swayne, Catherine Halpin, Dermot O'Brien, Elizabeth Manchester, Ian Bruce, Imogen O'Rorke, Jon Purnell, Kim Noble, Lee Holden, Martin Sexton, Nicole Wassall, Olivia Reynolds, Paul Sakoilsky, Tony Lee, Valentin Hertweck

BARMY PARK


 

PUBLICATION:

SURVIVAL 8 Art Review 

September 2010, Art Transparent ISBN: 978-83-60520-40-6/978-83-926272-9-6

      

Featured artist in Survival 8 catalogue an English and Polish publication    


 

EXHIBITION/FESTIVAL:

SURVIVAL 8

25 - 27 June 2010

Strzegomski Bunker, Wroclaw, Poland

'Architecture as a crime scene' 

SURVIVAL Art Review, organised by the ART TRANSPARENT Foundationand, is being held in the Strzegomski Bunker (Air-raid Shelter).  The bunker was built in 1942 as an air-raid shelter for civilians, according to Richard Konwiarz's design, and is being transformed into a Museum of Modern Art. 

Among the 36 artistic realisations of SURVIVAL will be the newest works of Dorota Nieznalska, Pawel Kowzan, Michal Smandek, Szymon Kobylarz and the I inni group. During this year's edition of the Review there will also be works of artists from abroad, among others Andrew Binkley (Hawaii, USA), Nicole Wassall (UK) and Benedikt Dischgans (Germany).

SURVIVAL 8 


 

EXHIBITION:

Hot Boredom

January 2010

 

23 - 25 Redchurch Street London E2 7DJ

 

 


 

EXHIBITION:

The Grand Plasto-Baader-Books

2-24 December 2009

The exhibition brings to life 'the aftermath of an accident between a trolley car and a newspaper kiosk', recalling Maud Lavin's description of Johannes Baader's original exhibition Das Grosse Plasto-Dio-Dada-Drama. 


Artists
Jill Barker : Monica Biagioli : Louise Bristow : Victoria Browne : Owen Bullett : Amelie Chartlon : Wayne Chisnall : Herve Constant : Fabio Coruzzi Lorna Crabbe : Sylvain Deleu : Simon Haddock : Alex Hamilton : Mark Harris : Janna van Hasselt : Samantha Huang : Redchurch Idler : Kim Ingeun : Magno Irvin : Emilia Izquierdo : Liz Jackson : Rupert Jaeger : Evy Jokhova : Magda Kaggwa : Calum F. Kerr : Sandra Keating : Tom Stian Kosmo : Richard Knowles : Stephen Lee : Temsuyanger Longkumer : Emily Lyon : Esther MacGregor : Oswaldo Macia : Deirdre McGranaghan : Ian Mclachlan : Nick Morley : Vulindlela Nyoni : Sumi Perera : Kathryn Politis : Brendan Quick : Dawn Scarfe : Martin Sexton & Nicky Wassall : Faye Julia Spencer : Gili Tal : Finlay Taylor : Carolyn Trant : Nicolas Vass : Jonathan Ward : Pete Williams : Sam Winston : Herbert Wright

KALEID is a project space and gallery for which selected artists are invited to show diverse work, creating an artist's book or publication as an extension of their practice.
For more information and images contact Deeqa Ismail at the gallery: deeqa@kaleideditions.com

Unit 2, 23-25 Redchurch St,
Shoreditch, London. E2 7DJ
www.kaleideditions.com
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-7pm
Late night Thursdays and informal Sundays
Telephone: 44 (0)7870 173 524
books@kaleideditions.com


 

AWARDS:

Shortlisted for the Clifford Chance Sculpture Award 2009


 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION:  

MA Fine Art Degree Show

September 2009

Central Saint Martins, College of Art and Design, School of Art and Design, 107-109 Charing Cross Road, London


 

PUBLICATION:

less common more sense

no. 15 The Uncensored Issue

 


 

PUBLICATION:

Online journal 'seconds'

Title of issue: THE DREAM MACHINE                                                                

Useless Beauty and Fuzzy Logic: correlations of violence

 

 

Last Supper


 

EXHIBITION:

XHIBIT 09

Open to the public from March 5th to April 1st

The Arts Gallery, 65 Davies Street

http://www.suarts.org/


 

EXHIBITION:

Catch My Drift 

Private View Thursday 5th February 2009 18:00 - 20:30

Exhibition Friday 6th - Sunday 8th 2009 11-18:00

Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, Southbank, London SE1 9PH

 


 

EXHIBITION(Solo):

A Very Private View 

51 WILLIAM STREET, East Sydney, Australia

14th December 2008 3pm - 6pm


 

EXHIBITION:

WANTED, 21 Artists WLTM audience for Private View.  

RAG FACTORY 2nd June 2008, Heneage St, E1 Ldn 6pm-10pm  www.artrabbit.com/events/event/5780/wanted 


 

PUBLICATION:

less common more sense

Summer 2008 (article on pages 5 - 8 and illustration on page 32)

*THE POLITICAL ISSUE 


 

COMPETITION:                                                                

   2007 SAATCHI NEW SENSATIONS

Selected as one of 20 Saatchi New Sensations

http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon/2007/06/4_new_sensations_shortlist_ann_1.php


 

EXHIBITION:

University of the Arts London      

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Graduation Exhibition 16 June- 21st June

The School of Art, Charring Cross Rd 


 

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