David and Yuko Juda Art Foundation Award
Annely Juda Fine Art, London UK
7 September 2018

8 nominated artists:
Sonia Boyce, Adam Chodzko, Benedict Drew, Graham Gussin, Joanna Kirk, Aleksandra Mir, Kathy Prendergast, Imogen Stidworthy

Image: Imogen Stidworthy

Vordemberge-Gildewart Award Exhibition
3-17 Sept 2016

Aaron Angell, Iain Ball, Oliver Beer, Beth Collar, Laura Eldret, Jamie Fitzpatrick, Patrick Goddard, Joey Holder, Marguerite Humeau, Lawrence Lek, Rebecca Molloy, Athena Papadopoulos, Viktor Timofeev

Annely Juda Fine Art, London UK

Image: Marguerite Humeau

Worlds in Collision

Adelaide International 2014

Benedict Drew (UK), Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (LEB/FRA), Susan Hiller (UK), Paul Laffoley (US), Rä di Martino (ITA), Katie Paterson (UK), Fred Tomaselli (US), Artur Zmijewski (POL)

Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Contemporary Art Centre of SA, SASA Gallery, Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide, South Australia

Image: Paul Laffoley


A curatorial collaboration by Richard Grayson and Robin Klassnik in 3 parts

Part 1 Layla Curtis, Juneau Projects and Andrew Kotting

Part 2 Anna Barham, Graham Gussin and Tai Shani

Part 3 William Cobbing, Benedict Drew, Tina Keane and Rachel Lowe

Matt's Gallery, London UK



John Adams, Ian Bourn, Ian Breakwell, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, David Critchley, Catherine Elwes, Roberta Graham, Steve Hawley, Susan Hiller, Stuart Marshall, Cordelia Swann and Graham Young

Raven Row, London, UK

Scary Movie


Mark Wallinger, Anna Barriball, Mark Boulos (UK) Erik Bünger (Germany)

Exhibition travelling to Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia as part of the 2007 Adelaide Film Festival and Perth Institute of Contemporary Art 2008.

Image: Mark Wallinger

This Will Not Happen Without You


From The Collective Archive of The Basement Group, Projects UK and Locus+ (1977-2007)

Arts Council UK Touring exhibition travelling to John Hansard Gallery, Southampton; Hatton Gallery, Newcastle and Interface, Belfast

A Secret Service: Art, Compulsion, Concealment


Hayward Gallery Touring Exhibition travelling to the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle; De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill and Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.

Image: Catalogue cover, Tehching Hsieh

2002 Biennale of Sydney (The World May Be) Fantastic

The 2002 Biennale of Sydney (The World May Be) Fantastic looked at the ways we use narratives to understand the world around us and how in turn these narratives construct their own worlds: it focussed on "artists and practices using fictions, narratives, invented methodologies, hypotheses, subjective belief systems, modellings, fakes and experiments as a means to make works", and explored the ways these might allow new constructions of ideas of the 'alternative' in a period that has seen the erosion of the foundation myths of the transformative avant-garde following the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the increasing hegemony of Global Capital.

Image: Simryn Gill

Director and curator of The Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, South Australia


ams and Projects curated
The Basement Group, and Projects UK


Newcastle upon Tyne, UK