OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE ORDER / 24 May - 28 June 2014
Alastair Mackie (b. Cornwall, 1977) studied at Camberwell College of Art (1997) and City and Guilds London School (2000). His solo exhibitions include Alastair Mackie: Selected Works, Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury (2015); Complex Systems, Gusford, Los Angeles (2013); Multiplicity, All Visual Arts, London (2013); Copse, All Visual Arts, London, (2011); I was there, in Arcadia, PAG, London (2011); Mimetes Anon, The Economist Plaza, London (2009); Not Waving But Drowning, The David Roberts Foundation, London (2009); Sticks and Stones, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica (2006); Terror Firma, Max Wigram Gallery, London (2005)
Selected Group Exhibitions include Pure Nature Art: Natural Materials in Contemporary Art, Museum Kunst der Westküste, Alkersum (2017); 450 Year Anniversary of the collection at Ambras Castle, Innsbruck (2017); Proof of Life, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, Weserburg (2017); Abu Dhabi Art, Paul Stolper Gallery, UAE (2016); I Prefer Life, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, Weserburg (2016); Art Brussels, Copperfield / Division of Labour, Brussels (2016); Force of Nature, Galerie Valérie Bach, Brussels (2016); Forever, Bubox, Kortrijk (2016); Shared, Somerset House, London (2015); Here today…, The Old Sorting Office, London (2014); Alchemy, Nest, The Hague (2014); Obsessive Compulsive Order, Copperfield Gallery, London (2014); Art and Alchemy - The Mystery of Transformation, Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (2014); Glasstress: White Light / White Heat, The Wallace Collection, London (2013); Glasstress: White Light / White Heat, Palazzo Cavalli, Venice (2013); Paper Vernacular: Drawings and Constructions, Cutlog, New York (2013); Wonderful - Humboldt, Krokodil & Polke, Me Collectors Room, Berlin (2012); The Art of Chess, Saatchi Gallery, London (2012); Everywhere and Nowhere, Reydan Weiss Collection, Villa Jauss, Oberstdorf (2012); Through the Looking Glass, Me Collectors Room, Berlin (2012); Memories of the Future, La Maison Rouge, Paris (2011); Restless Nature, Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall (2011); Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles (2011); Identity Theft, Mimmo Scognamiglio Arte Contemporanea, Milan (2011); Living in Evolution – Busan Biennale, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan (2010); Lust for Life and Dance of Death: Works from The Olbricht Collection, Kunsthalle Krems, Austria (2010); Dead or Alive, Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2010); Distortion, Gervasuti Foundation, Venice (2009); The Art of Chess, Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik (2009); Nature and Society // Parallel Lines, Ethnographic Museum, Dubrovnik (2007); ARTfutures, Bloomberg Space, London (2007).
David Rickard (b. New Zealand, 1975) studied architecture at the Auckland School of Architecture in New Zealand, before studying art at Brera Accademia di Belle Arti, Milan and Central Saint Martins, London. Solo exhibitions include: We are all Astronauts, Otto Zoo, Milan (2017); A Bag of Atoms, Balzer Projects, Basel (2016); Myriad, Site specific installation with CORD, Snape Maltings (2016); Out of Sorts, Copperfield off-site, Rotterdam (2015); What you know is not what you see, Canal 05, Brussels (2014); Vanishing Point, Sumarria Lunn, London (2013); Displacements, Galleria Michela Rizzo, Venice (2012); Time + Trace, Sumarria Lunn Gallery, London (2011); Test Flights, Economist Plaza, London (2010). Selected group shows include: Het Zalig Nietsdoen, Kranenburgh Museum, Bergen, Netherlands (2017); Not Really Really, The Frederic de Goldschmidt Collection, Brussels, Belgium (2016); Yield, Belval, Luxembourg (2016); The Dream of Modern Living? - Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, UK (2015); Flags, Serra di Giardini, Venice (2015); Weight for the Showing, Maddox Arts, London (2015); Act & Application, Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai (2014); Alchemy, State of Change, NEST, The Hague (2014); Intersections – Science in Contemporary Art - Weizmann Institute, Tel Aviv (2012); Round the Clock, 54th Venice Biennale – Venice (2011); Beyond Ourselves – The Royal Society of Science, London (2011).
Oscar Santillan (b. Ecuador, 1980) studied at Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral (2007). He holds an MFA degree in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University (2011); attending residencies at the Davidoff Art Initiative, Skowhegan, Seven Below and Delfina Foundation.
His solo exhibitions include Mácula, MUAC, Mexico City (2017); Zaratán, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (2016); The Messenger, Spazio Calderara, Milan (2015); To Break A Silence Into Smaller Silences, Copperfield, London (2015); El Triunfo del Placer, Nominimo, Ecuador (2015); Lucerna, Fundación ODEON, Columbia (2012); Azor, DPM Gallery, Ecuador (2011); Munikat, Germany; Cuenca Biennial, Ecuador; Nest, Netherlands; Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands among others. His group exhibitions include Museum Voorlinden, Netherlands; Ponce + Robles, Madrid; Los Irrespetuosos, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico (2012); Marilia Razuk Gallery, Brazil; Paperless, The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art – SECCA, USA (2012); Oud-Rekem Castle, Belgium; Videorama, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo – CAC, Ecuador (2013); 10th Havana Biennial, Cuba (2009); The Life of Objects, VOGT Gallery, USA (2011); Bonnefanten Museum, Netherlands; The Magic Hour, The Ridder, Netherlands (2013) and OPTIONS - Biennial of the Project of the Arts, USA (2011).
This year he will have exhibitions with Marres, Netherlands; LACMA, LA, USA; Martin van Zomeren, Netherlands, Musee D’Art Moderne.
Tom Dale (b. 1974 Kendal) studied Sculpture at Sheffield Hallam University (1997) and an MFA at Goldsmiths (2007). He was a doctoral researcher at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge from 2009 – 2013. His solo exhibitions include A Cage For Voices, Channel 4 Random Acts (2017), The Black From The The Blue, Raster Gallery, Warsaw (2017), Dragnets Spell, MKAC, Milton Keynes (2016), Black Attols, NIMAC, Nicosia, Cyprus (2015-2016), Department of the Interior, Copperfield, London (2014), Terminal Blue, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (2014), Zero is Immense, Aid & Abet, Cambridge (2013), Arnolfini & Art in the Public Realm permanent sculpture commission, Bristol (2013) Formal Pleasure, CAN, Neuchatel, Switzerland (2012) Memorial Drag Strip, Poppy Sebire Gallery, London (2011), Shot Through, IFC Cinema, New York (2010), Six Flags, Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2008), Back Seat Driver, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand (2007)
Group exhibitions include Cinema, Kunsthalle, Lingen (2017); Terra Meditteranea: In Action, NIMAC, Cyprus (2017); Living In Dreams, De Bond, Ghent (2017); Trio Biennale, Rio, Brazil (2015); Take You There Radio, Magasin Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble (2015); The Written City, Bruges Triennial (2015); L’Hospice des Mille-Cuisses, CAN, Neuchatel, Switzerland (2015); The Art of Pop Video, FACT, Liverpool (2013); Curator's Egg Altera Pars, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (2012); The Art of Pop Video, Museum of Applied Arts, Cologne (2011); UR-NOW: The Ruins of the Contemporary, Whitstable Biennale (2010); Deceitful Moon, Hayward Gallery London (2009); Videonale 12, Kunst Museum, Bonn (2009); 13+, Florence Llynch gallery, New York (2008); Reckless Behaviour, The Getty Museum, L.A. (2006).
Yun-Kyung Jeong is a graduate of Ewha University (Seoul), Slade School of Fine Art and Goldsmiths. Solo exhibitions include Axonometric, Sumarria Lunn, London (2011), The Song Am Culture Foundation/OCI Museum, Seoul (2010). Groups shows include KIAF – Korea International Art Fair, with SUMARRIA LUNN//Hanmi Gallery, Seoul (2010), Invisible Bond, Korean Cultural Centre, London (2010), T-R-A-C-E, Shan Hyu Museum, China (2010), Natural Recurrence, SUMARRIA LUNN, London (2009), Long Nights, William Angel Gallery, London (2008), 4482: Korean Contemporary Art, London (2008), SFA Alsop Architecture, London (2007), MiKi, Gallery Cott, Seoul (2006) and Uterus, Space Achim, Seoul (2005). The artist is recipient of a number of awards incuding the Renaissance Art Prize (2008) and the Foster Fletcher Prize (2008).