A Belgian Friend (2016) is a new Screenprint edition of 100, made from reworking an original ink drawing from one hundred years ago.
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Occasionally, I find myself home alone around lunch times so I like to put Andy Warhol on YouTube and eat my lunch with him. Its a technique of 21st Century companionship and lasts about five minutes. I decided to make this video so that everyone can enjoy their lunch with me and Andy Warhol. The original film footage comes from Danish filmmaker Jorgen Leth, the scene appears in his art movie “66 scenes from america” which was filmed in 1981. For my film, I filmed the footage from a YouTube video uploaded by the user Hidden Below. Happy lunching!
As part of Cassette Store Day 2014 I have two new artworks on cassette going on show and for sale as part of Les Cassettes at NewBridge Books in Newcastle.
Saturday 27 September // from 12noon // NewBridge Books
My two new artworks on cassette are ‘Whats my Methodology Again?’ and ‘PHUNNY’. Both are an edition of five and produced 2014. See photos with descriptions below.
On Saturday 27 September, NewBridge Books hosts Les Cassettes; an exhibition of cassette-based artworks celebrating International Cassette Store Day. The exhibition takes the form of a pop-up shop based around the collection, display and sale of artist-made cassette releases and audio artworks. There will be a whole host of limited edition Cassette artworks on offer, at affordable prices. The project is initiated by multi-disciplinary art collective and fictional band Stabbing Les.
Les Cassettes will be open from 12 midday on Saturday 27th September, with performances taking place throughout the day.
There will also be musical performance from Accord-Iain to Gary at 7pm