© 2008-2016





b. 1980. London, UK
2006-2008 MA Fine Art, Royal College of Art
2000-2003 BA Hons Interactive Art, Manchester Metropolitan University

Selected Solo Exhibitions
Zodiac Beach, LRRH, Berlin, 2016
Victor Hugo lost in Cherry Grove, Tenderpixel at Art International, Istanbul, 2015
Outside the Red House, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, 2015
The Pines, White Cubicle, London, 2014
Prone Positions, Rowing, London (part of Repeat Reverse), 2013
Vetiver, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, 2012
But Mr Architect!, Furnished Space, London, 2012
Strategies for Building, Outpost, Norwich, 2011

Selected Group Exhibitions
Now We Are Six, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, 2016
The Ultimate Vessel, Koppe Astner, Glasgow, 2016
Discusive Objects, WAH Gallery, Eindhoven, 2015
Blurred Edges: Non/Fiction, Seattle Art Museum*, Seattle (*as part of the Black Box Festival), 2015
The Best Tailor in Town, Hunt Kastner, Prague, 2015
On the Devolution of Culture, Rob Tufnell, London, 2014
Last Seen Entering the Biltmore (curated by Anna Gritz), South London Gallery, London, 2014
I love you Me either, Project Native Informant, London, 2014
SECCESSONE (curated by Rhys Coren, Paul Flannery & Attilia Fattori Franchini),, 2013
Blue Lagoon (curated by Candice Jacobs), One Thornesby Street, Nottingham, 2013
One and One and One, CGP London, 2012
Forth & Back (curated by Tamsin Clark, designed by Arnaud Desjardin), 2012
Limoncello, London, 2012 (part of the Punctuation Programme); Florence Loewy, Paris, 2012
10,000 Hours (curated by Rosalie Doubal), Glasgow International, Glasgow, 2012
Informal (curated by Gil Leung and Marialaura Ghidini),, 2012
DUMB (w/ Jiří Maha and Richard Nikl), The Brno House of Art, Brno, 2012b
YBAII (curated by Ryan Gander and Christina von Rotenhan), Dienstgebaude, Zurich, 2012
Open File, Grand Union, Birmingham, 2011
Maquettes (curated by M. Ashfaq, R. Bevan and T. Clark), Furnished Space, London, 2011
Hey Guys! - Jiří Maha, Richard Nikl, Richard Healy (curated by Edith Jerabkova), Fotograf, Prague, 2011
The Supernormal Picture Show (curated by Dave Charlesworth), Apiary Projects, London, 2011
Young British Art (curated by Ryan Gander), Limoncello, London, 2011
And then again, Museu Da Cidade, Lisbon, 2010
Print Salon, Mews Project Space, London, 2010
Shapes and Things (with Gemma Holt), Sierra Metro, Edinburgh, 2010
Broken Replica (with Tom Smith), Stanley Picker Gallery, London, 2009
Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Cornerhouse, Manchester; A-Foundation, London, 2009
Now You See It, CGP London, 2009
Entry Points (curated by i-cabin), Subvision Festival, Hamburg, 2009
So Much More, Meetfactory, Prague, 2009
Session_3_IMAGE, Am Nuden Da, London, 2009
No Bees, No Blueberries (as part of i-cabin), Harris Lieberman, New York, 2009
Earth Not a Globe I, Rokeby, London, 2009
Parallel Viewing (curated by Patricia Pinkser), Guestroom, London, 2009
Research Annex, i-cabin, London, 2009
New Prints, Royal Academy, London, 2008
Factory (curated by Dean Kissick), James Taylor Gallery, London, 2008
TEN, RCA, London, 2008
Landslide, Café Gallery, London, 2008
There and Back Again, Hockney Gallery (RCA), London, 2007
Nuit Blanche, 27 Place de l'Europe, Paris, 2007
Ensemble II, Cite Internationale des Art, Paris, 2007
Over and Over Again, Sadlers Wells London, 2007
Future Landscapes, FACT, Liverpool, 2006
Long Live the Candyfloss Mavericks, Comme Ca Gallery, Manchester, 2005
Lost Stars, part of Cornerhouse Projects (solo), Cornerhouse, Manchester, 2004

Residencies and Awards
Live/Work Residency, Acme Studios, UK, 2015 - 2020
Defining Pi, Wysing Art Centre, UK, July - Sept, 2013
i-land artist in residence, London/Worchester, Jun - Aug, 2009
Stanley Picker Fellowship, Kingston University (1 year residency program), 2008
Red Mansion Art Prize (Beijing Residency) Beijing, China. Sep – Oct, 2008
Cite Internationale des Art UK Residency Program Paris. April – June, 2007

USED, interview with Oliver Basciano, issue #5, 2013
The Guardian, 'Watch this web space', 19 July, 2012
Art Review, review of Informal at, Off-Space No.5, 2012
Frieze, Young London, Young British Art by Tom Morton, issue #141, 2011
Art Monthly, review of YBA at Limoncello, London, 2011
MAP, review of YBA at Limoncello, London, issue #25, 2011
No Souls For Sale, published by Tate Modern, London, 2010
Subvision Festival Catalogue, published by Subvision, 2009
Bloomberg New Contemporaries, published by New Contemporaries, 2009