Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan

Born 1971/1967, West Yorkshire/Norfolk; Lives in London/Newcastle.

Education

2004 (Joanne Tatham) PhD, University of Leeds
1995 (Joanne Tatham) MFA, Glasgow School of Art
1994 (Tom O'Sullivan) MFA, Glasgow School of Art
1993 (Joanne Tatham) BA Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art
1991 (Tom O'Sullivan) BA Fine Art, Leeds University

Solo Exhibitions

2016 ‘A petition for an enquiry into a condition of anxiety’, The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow
2014 ‘Are you LOCATIONALIZED’, North Uist and Isle of Skye, Commissioned by ATLAS Arts (Part of GENERATION 2014. )
  ‘Is your tesserae really necessary’, Tramway, Glasgow (Part of GENERATION 2014)
  ‘DOES THE IT STICK’, Bloomberg Space, London (Offsite commission with Studio Voltaire and Bloomberg)
2013 ‘DOES THE IT FIT’, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle upon Tyne (With event series co-curated by Joanne Tatham & Tom O'Sullivan)
2012 ‘A tool for the making of signs’, Chapter, Cardiff
  ‘The story of how we came to be here, what we did before we got here, how you have forgotten why you asked us here and why we cannot remember why we came, or: Is this what brings things into focus?’, Studio Voltaire, London
2011 ‘The indirect exchange of uncertain value’, A Collective off-site project at Fettes College, Edinburgh
2010 ‘The story of how we came to be here, what we did before we got here, how you have forgotten why you asked us here and why we cannot remember why we came, or: is this what brings things into focus’, Tramway, Glasgow
  Upstairs at The Modern Institute Osborne Street, Glasgow
  ‘Direct serious action is therefore necessary’, CCA, Glasgow
2009 ‘Does your contemplation of the situation fuck with the flow of circulation’, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
  ‘You can take it as a thing or you can take it as a thing’, La Salle de Bains, Lyon
2008 ‘Are you feeling our meaning?’, Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich
  ‘Time has gone on and thinking has gone on about the thoughts we think we had about things that already happened before’, Sutton Lane, Paris
2007 ‘A fee to avoid our expenses’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
  ‘Lead Rhetoric & Other Category Errors’, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
  ‘The This & The That of a Category Error’, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam
2006 ‘Rhetoric Works & Vanity Works & Other Works’, National Collecting Scheme for Scotland with the Contemporary Arts Society, Newhailes
  ‘Three Lean Meanings’, Pittenweem Arts Festival, Pittenweem
  ‘The Pyramid’, The Watchie, Catterline (with Studio Voltaire)
2005 ‘It is, it is, the way, that is’, Art Statements (with Sutton Lane, London
  ‘Is this what brings things into focus?’, Galerie Francesca Pia, Bern
  ‘Oh We Will, We Will, Will We’, Studio Voltaire, London
2004 ‘That is the way, it is, it is, that is’, Sutton Lane, London
2003 ‘Think Thingamajig and other Things’, Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus
  ‘This has reached the limit conditions of its own rhetoric’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
2002 ‘The Blacks and the Slapstick Mystics with Sticks’, Cubitt, London
2001 ‘The Glamour’, The Modern Institute at ARCO, Madrid
  ‘HK’, Tramway, Glasgow
2000 ‘The Glamour’, Transmission, Glasgow (Touring to ARCO, Madrid with The Modern Institute)
1999 ‘Regardez-vous’, 24hrs Window, Glasgow
  ‘Deadzone’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
1998 ‘Blow Your Mind’, The Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
1997 ‘Futura Skulpta’, 3 month Gallery, Liverpool
  ‘Magus’, Accident, London

Group Exhibitions

2015 ‘Localism’, mima, Middlesbrough
  ‘Alternative 23’, Gallery North, Newcastle
2014 ‘Nothing Twice’, Cricoteka, Krakow
  ‘Reclaimed - The Second Life of Sculpture’, The Briggait, Glasgow (Glasgow International)
2013 ‘XMAS Party at Galerie Francesca Pia’, Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich
  ‘The Narrators: works from the Arts Council Collection’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  ‘Costume: Written Clothing’, Tramway, Glasgow
  ‘Northern Art Prize’, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
2012 ‘CARPETS OF DISTINCTION’, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh (Produced by Panel)
  ‘Art Across The City’, Swansea Museum, Swansea
  ‘The Medium is the Message: Words in printmaking since the 1960s’, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow (curated by Ben Harman)
  ‘There is not and never has been anything to understand’, ASC, London
  ‘Object Theatre’, RADAR, Loughborough University Arts, Loughborough
  Gallery North, Newcastle
2011 ‘The Writing On Your Wall’, Edinburgh Printmakers (Curated by Rob Tufnell)
  ‘You, Me, Something Else’, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
2010 ‘Rubble Stir’, The Glue Factory, Glasgow
  ‘Le Drapeau Noir’, Glasgow International Visual Art Festival, Glasgow
  ‘LOVE’, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow (With Rita Donagh & Richard Hamilton, Gilbert & George)
  ‘House of Voltaire’, Studio Voltaire, London
  ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
2009 ‘TONITE’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
  ‘Blinding the Ears’, Artissima, Turin
  ‘Back of the Head: Alternative Approaches to Portraiture’, Cooper Gallery, Dundee
  ‘Running Time: Artists Films in Scotland 1960 to Now’, Dean Gallery, Edinburgh
  ‘Depression’, Marres Centre for Contemporary Art, Maastricht
  ‘N'importe Quoi - Everything’, Musée d'art Contemporain, Lyon
2008 ‘ARTfutures’, Contemporary Art Society, Bloomberg Space
  ‘The Great Transformation; Art and Tactical Magic’, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (touring to Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Vigo)
  ‘A show of many parts, each part more spectacular and elaborate than the last’, Leicester City Art Gallery, Leicester
2007 Art|38|Basel (with The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd), Glasgow
  ‘Through The Looking Glass’, CAPC, Bordeaux
  ‘Sutton Lane in Paris’, Ghislain Hussennot, Paris
  ‘Enlightenment’, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow
  ‘Half Square, Half Crazy’, Villa Arson, Nice
2006 ‘I am the Fly’, Frac Paca, Marseille
  ‘A reverie interrupted by the police’, Galleria S.A.L.E.S., Rome
  ‘FALANSTERIO’, Supportico Lopez, Naples
  ‘Art Now Live’, Tate Britain, London
  ‘Art Now Live Work: Rory Macbeth, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, and Sue Tompkins’, Tate Britain, London (Sue Tompkins Live Performance 'Grease')
  ‘If it didn’t exist you’d have to invent it: a partial Showroom history’, The Showroom, London
  ‘Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.’, Momentum 2006, 4th Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art, Moss
2005 ‘Echo, echo’, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
  ‘(My private) Heroes’, MARTA Museum of Art & Design, Herford
  ‘Art Sheffield 05: Spectator T’, Sheffield Contemporary Art Forum, Sheffield, UK
  ‘Art from Glasgow’, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin
  ‘Selective Memory’, Scotland + Venice, 51st Venice Biennale, Venice
  ‘Sutton Lane in Paris’, Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris
  ‘Selective Memory: Scotland & Venice Biennale’, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
  Art Basel Statement with Sutton Lane Gallery
2004 ‘Gertcha’, Alexandra Parade, Glasgow
  ‘The Birthday Party’, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
  ‘The Slapstick Mystics with Sticks’, Invited project, Frieze Art Fair
  ‘Brainchild’, Magnifitat, Edinburgh
  ‘Frozen tears II’, publication co-ordinated by John Russell, London
  ‘Ain't no love in the heart of the city’, temporary sited works, Cardiff
  ‘The Principle of Hope’, Three Colts Gallery, London
  ‘Kunsthaus Glarus at LISTE’, Basel
  ‘Publish and be Damned’, Cubitt, London
  ‘Hit and Run’, curated by SMART project space (Amsterdam) at platform Garanti, Istanbul
  ‘Genesis Sculpture’, Domaine Pommery, Reims
2003 Catterline Art Festival, Aberdeenshire
  ‘Natural Decadence’, Mini Gallery, Stockholm
  Prague Biennale, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
  ‘Turpentine’, Studio Voltaire, London
  ‘ZENOMAP - New Works from Scotland for the Venice Bienalle’, 50th Venice Biennale, Venice
2002 ‘The Best Book About Pessimism I Ever Read’, Braunschweig Kunstverein, Germany
  ‘Very Important Pictures’, Kunsthalle Palazzo, Liestal
  ‘Jahresgaben’, Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig
  ‘All You Need to Know’, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
  ‘Village Hall Roadshow’, organised by All Horizons Club, Glasgow/Liverpool (Touring to Port Sunlight, Merseyside; Kingsley, Cheshire; Parbold, Greater Manchester; Brampton Bierlow, South Yorkshire; Aughton, Lancashire)
  ‘My Head is on Fire but my Heart is Full of Love’, Charlottenborg Museum, Copenhagen
2001 Berlin Biennale 2, Kunstwerke
  ‘The Nostalgia of Dum’, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh
  ‘Here and Now’, McManus Galleries, Dundee
  ‘October’, St. Columba Gaelic Church, St.Vincent Street
  ‘Here and Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001’, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee; Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen
2000 ‘Snowballing’, Arthur R Rose, London and Henry Moore Institute
  ‘Then there is no mountain then there is’, Generator, Dundee
  ‘The Evil Eye’, Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow
  ‘Avalon’, The Changing Room, Stirling
  ‘Tonight’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
1999 ‘The Mirror and the Masque, in Education in Reverse’, at Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian (co-ordinated by Sarah Tripp)
  ‘Sordide Sentimentale’, Holden Gallery, Manchester
  ‘Bent Aura’, publication by Stopstop, Glasgow
  ‘Dot’, Teesdale Yard, London
  ‘Evolution isn't over yet’, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
  ‘Museum-a-go-go’, Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow
  ‘Radio Tuesday’, Transmission, Glasgow
1998 ‘This Island Earth’, An Tuireann Art Centre, Skye
  ‘Unbelievable’, Ikon Gallery touring, Birmingham
  ‘Add Night To Night’, The Showroom, London (Curated by Sarah Tripp)
  ‘Host’, Tramway, Glasgow (with Elizabeth Go)
  ‘Various Artists’, East Kilbride Arts Centre, Glasgow
  ‘WallpaperVideo’, High Street Project, Christchurch
1997 ‘Diorama’, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne
  ‘Tutor with an Idea’, 3 month Gallery, Liverpool
  ‘Made in Glasgow’, de Markten Arts Centre, Brussels
  ‘Young Parents’, The Annual Programme, Manchester
  ‘60,70,80:90’, The Showroom, London
  ‘Nerve: Glasgow projects’, ArtSpace, Sydney
  ‘European Couples and Others’, Transmission, Glasgow
1996 ‘Chicken Farm’, touring video programme, screened at Articule
  ‘Be-Er Monsta’, touring video programme screened in London, Dublin and Belfast
  ‘World of Ponce’, Southpark, Glasgow (Curated by Toby Webster)
  ‘City Limits’, Staffordshire University, Stoke on Trent
  ‘Art for People’, Transmission, Glasgow
1995 ‘Volcano’, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
  ‘Making out’, Transmission, Glasgow

Bibliography

Press

2014 Jeffrey, Moira: ‘Generation shows off Scots modern art’s diversity’, The Scotsman, 21/06/2014
  Walker, Zoe: ‘Talkin’ ‘bout our GENERATION‘, The List, 20/03/2014
2013 Cotter, Holland: ‘A Light Hand at The Independent Art Fair’, New York Times, 07/03/2013
2012 Usherwood, Paul: ‘All you need to know‘, Art Monthly, 12/2012
2010 Bayer, Devrim: ‘Art Lovers - When artists couples work together‘, Code 2.0, 01/2010
  Chateigné Tytleman, Yann: ‘Letter on the deaf and mute‘, Kaleidoscope, Issue 7 01/2010
  Kotze, Talitha: ‘LOVE‘, The List, Issue 648 01/2010
2009 Chateigné Tytleman, Yann: ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Kaleidoscope, 11/2009
  Allan, Radcliffe: ‘Affair of the Art‘, The List, Issue 647 01/2009
  Casey, Mona: Mona Casey interviews Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan, Map, Issue 19 2009
2008 Smolik, Noemi, Diana Reese, (trans.): ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Artforum, 02/2008
  Rathgeber, Prikko, Michael Robinson, (trans.): ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Flash Art, 01/2008
  Rijn, Ilse van: ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan; The this & The That of a Category Error‘, Metropolis M, 01/2008
2007 O'Reilly, Sally: ‘Things Fall Apart‘, Frieze, 10/2007
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘Heroin Kills, Rhetoric Works’, Texte zur Kunst, 03/2007
  McLaren, Duncan: ‘HOUSE OF ENLIGHTENMENT‘, Map, Issue 9 2007
2006 Martin, Vincent: ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan, Art Monthly, 11/2006
  Gale, Iain: ‘Making history the modern way‘, Scotland on Sunday, 22/10/2006
  Reynaud Dewar, Lili, L.S. Torgoff, (trans.): ‘Cynical Monuments; Anti-social Sculpture‘, Art Press, 2006
  Gronlund, Melissa: ‘Momentum 2006‘, Frieze, Issue 103 2006
2005 Reynaud Dewar, Lili: ‘Joanne Tatham et Tom O‘Sullivan‘, O2, 2005
  Garnett, Robert: ‘Tom O‘Sullivan & Joanne Tatham‘, Untitled, Issue 34 2005
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘Use Your Illusions‘, Tate etc., Issue 4 2005
2004 Morton, Tom: ‘Mirror, Mirror‘, Frieze, Issue 87 11/2004
  Firth, Hannah: ‘Cardiff: Ain‘t no Love in the Heart of the City‘, Circa, Issue 109 10/2004
2003 Staple, Polly: ‘50th Venice Biennale‘, Frieze, Issue 77 09/2003
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘This has reached the limit conditions of its own rhetoric‘, The Scotsman, 18/03/2003
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘All you need to know‘, Frieze, Issue 73 03/2003
  Mottram, Jack: ‘Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, The List, 03/2003
  Hirsch, Helen: ‘Magische Konstrukte und Rätselhafte Dimensionen‘, Kunstbulletin, 2003
2002 Usherwood, Paul: ‘All you need to know’, Art Monthly, Issue 262 12/2002
  O'Reilly, Sally: Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan, Art Monthly, 10/2002
  Herbert, Martin: ‘Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Time Out, 25/09/2002
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Flash Art, 03/2002
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001‘, Frieze, Issue 63 01/2002
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘The Luxury Gap‘, Flash Art, 01/2002
  Tufnell, Rob: ‘Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Untitled, 2002
  Mulholland, Neil: ‘Learning from Glasvegas: Scottish Art after the 90‘s, Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, 2002
2001 Mahoney, Elisabeth: ‘HK‘, The Guardian, 22/12/2001
  Sutherland, Graham: ‘A question of heroin chic‘, Sunday Herald, 16/12/2001
  Cameron, Neil: ‘Beyond the obvious‘, The Scotsman, 27/11/2001
  Jeffrey, Moira: ‘Staggering message writ large‘, The Herald, 23/11/2001
  Eichler, Dominic: ‘Berlin Biennale 2‘, Frieze, Issue 61 09/2001
  Bang Larsen, Lars: ‘Berlin Biennale‘, Artforum, 09/2001
  Beagles, John: ‘Then there is no mountain then there is‘, The List, Issue 404 01/2001
  Lowndes, Sarah: ‘HK: Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, The List, Issue 431 2001
2000 Crowe, Jenny: ‘Avalon‘, a-n Magazine, 05/2000
  Tufnell, Rob: ‘Avalon‘, Make, Issue 88 01/2000
  Tufnell, Rob: ‘Joanne Tatham and Tom O‘Sullivan‘, Frieze, Issue 55 01/2000
1999 Burrows, David: ‘Evolution isn‘t over yet‘, Art Monthly, 06/1999
  Tripp, Sarah: ‘Reviews: Scotland‘, Circa, Issue 88 01/1999
1998 Welsh, Paul: ‘Blow Your Mind‘, The List, 01/1998

Exhibition Reviews

2016 Cumming, Laura: ‘Glasgow International review – irrepressible vitality everywhere’, The Guardian, 10/04/2016
2014 Falconer, Lisa : ‘Portree landmark ‘desecrated’ by pink art installation’, West Highland Free Press, 08/08/2014
2013 Mulvihill, Michael: ‘Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan - DOES THE IT FIT, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘DOES THE IT FIT’, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle upon Tyne), Corridor 8 [Online], 12/2013
  Pinnington, Mike: ‘The Narrators’ (review of ‘The Narrators: works from the Arts Council Collection’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool), Aesthetica, Issue 56 12/2013
  Sumner, Emma: ‘The Narrators @ Walker Art Gallery/The Royal Standard, Liverpool’ (review of ‘The Narrators: works from the Arts Council Collection’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool), The Skinny, 10/2013
  Clarke, Leela: ‘A tool for the making of signs’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘A Tool for the making of signs’, Chapter, Cardiff), Aesthetica Magazine Blog, 02/2013
2012 Taylor, Rhona: ‘Reviews’ (review of ‘CARPETS OF DISTINCTION’, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh), The List, 13/12/2012
2011 Thatcher, Jennifer: ‘Reviews’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘The indirect exchange of uncertain value’, A Collective off-site project at Fettes College, Edinburgh), Art Review, 10/2011
  Dale, Paul: ‘School‘s Out’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘The indirect exchange of uncertain value’, A Collective off/site project at Fettes College, Edinburgh), The List, 04/08/2011
2010 Clegg, James: ‘Direct serious action is therefore necessary’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘Direct serious action is therefore necessary’, CCA, Glasgow), Art Review, Issue 46 12/2010
2009 Pernet, Hugo: ‘The Thing’ (review of Joanne Tatham & Tom O‘Sullivan: ‘You can take it as a thing or you can take it as a thing’, La Salle de Bains, Lyon), Zéroquatre, 01/2009
2001 Lowndes, Sarah: ‘Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001’ (review of ‘Here and Now’, McManus Galleries, Dundee), The List, 04/10/2001
2000 Tufnell, Rob: ‘Avalon’ (review of ‘Avalon’, The Changing Room, Stirling), Make, Issue 88 06/2000
  Crowe, Jenny: ‘Avalon’ (review of ‘Avalon’, The Changing Room, Stirling), an, 05/2000
1999 Tripp, Sarah: ‘Reviews: Scotland’ (review of ‘Evolution isn‘t over yet’, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh), Circa, Issue 88 1999

Publications

2015 Nothing Twice, Cricoteka, Krakow
2013 Amongst other things an unsuccessful proposal for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) and Eastside Projects, Glasgow and Birmingham
  La Salle de bains - depuis 1999, Les presses du réel
2009 Art and Text, Black Dog Publishing, London
  Does your contemplation of the situation fuck with the flow of circulation, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
  N'importe Quoi, Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon / Les presses du réel / Collection la Salle de bains, Lyon
2008 Scotland & Venice 2003 2005 2007, Scottish Arts Council/British Council/National Galleries of Scotland/The Scottish Government, Edinburgh
  The Great Transformation; Art and Tactical Magic, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main
2007 A Charming Meaning, A Solid Meaning, A Struggling Meaning, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd and DuMont Literatur und Kunst Verlag, Glasgow and Cologne (monograph)
  Half Square, Half Crazy, Villa Arson, Nice
  Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan, SMART, Amsterdam
  Keep On Onnin'; Contemporary Art at Tate Britain, Tate Publishing, London
  Smart papers: Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan, SMART, Amsterdam
2006 Alan Michael, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London (extract: Dum-diddle-dum-dum, dum-dum)
  Frieze Projects: Artists Commisions and Talks (2003-2005), Frieze London, London
  Ha Ha!, in Magnetic Promenade (and other sculpture parks), Studio Voltaire, London
  Rhetoric Works & Vanity Works & Other Works, Huntarian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow
  Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better, Momentum, Moss
2005 Scotland & Venice: Selective Memory, Scottish Arts Council/British Council/National Galleries of Scotland/The Scottish Government, Edinburgh
2004 Genesis Sculpture, Beaux Arts, Paris
  Hit & Run, SMART Project Space, Amsterdam
  The Slapstick Mystics with Sticks present "Thou Art That!" A Play, in Frozen Tears, ARTicle Press, Birmingham
2003 HK - JOANNE TATHAM & TOM O'SULLIVAN, Tramway, Glasgow
  Prague Biennale, Giancarlo Politi Editore, Milan
2002 My Head is on Fire but my Heart is Full of Love, Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall, Copenhagen
  October, Red Group, Glasgow
  The best book about pessimism I ever read, Walter Koenig, Cologne
  The Slapstick Mystics with Sticks present "Thou Art That!" A Play, Cubitt Gallery, London
2001 Berlin Biennale 2, Berlin Biennale, Berlin
  Here and Now: Scottish art 1990 - 2001, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee
  The Glamour, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
2000 Avalon, The Changing Room, Stirling
1999 Bent Aura Volume 2, STOPSTOP, Glasgow
  Evolution Isn't Over Yet, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
1998 Add Night to Night, The Showroom, London
  Blow Your Mind, The Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
1997 Diorama, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne
  Futura Skulpta, 3 Month Gallery, Liverpool
  Nerve: Glasgow Projects, Artspace, Sydney