Made at Castle Mills: Members Show 2020. Printmaking, on show and for sale. Online edition this year of forty artists who made work at Edinburgh Printmakers in recent years. 21 November 2020 into spring 2021.
“The Members Show 2020 features a diverse range of works, from Tess Baxter’s hauntingly atmospheric This Moment Brief to DADA FROST’s strikingly abstract and untitled work in bubblegum pinks and neon citrus shades”.
Seacourt International Mini Print Biennial 2020. My work, Whichever Path She Finds, features half way through the video.
Materiality. Online group show. Opened 5 July 2020 and currently open.
Printfest. Printmaking, on show and for sale. Ulverston, Cumbria, 2-3 May 2020. Due to Covid-19, postponed to September 2021.
Mozfest. My video art proposal accepted in the Art and Media, Global Culture and Heritage section. 8-13 March 2021.
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. Printmaking, on show and for sale. Online edition this year, event due to run from 12 November to 13 December 2020, but was continued through 2021. One of the Collectors Picks, by Jeany Cronk.
Oxen Park Cinema Club. Repeat Hikari. Talk with a showing of the video. 6, 17 & 25 October 2020.
Supernova 2020. out of isolation came forth light selected for showing in theme section of World on Fire. Denver but with more online content in 2020. Running through September, with the World on Fire section live from 6pm on 20 September MDT. There is an interview with me on their website, and the video is now live on supernova.video, and includes my spoken introductory words to the work.
Triangles Are Not My Genre. Group show. My contribution based on Our Music of the Spheres, linking both video and printmaking (Rippled by Life and Junction City Fields). Queensland College of Art Gallery, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. 7-20 September 2020.
Anharmonic Online Film Festival 2020. Showing of out of isolation came forth light with interview, 16 August 2020, as part of a festival that took in an imaginative range of video work. Online, 10-16 August 2020.
Edinburgh Printmakers: Residency. Crafting my virtual world material, including my video art, into ink on paper, using photopolymer etching techniques. A period of time to explore, experiment and rework, and produce a body of work. During the months October 2019 to March 2020.
Tell me a story. Showing of my video, Innominate, as part of an exhibition that brought together the work of about 26 artists at CRUgaleria, Porto, Portugal. It was work that came out of an installation in Second Life by Meilo Minotaur (Sameiro Oliveira Martins) at Delicatessen. 4 May – 28 July 2019.
Oxen Park Cinema Club. Future City. Talk with a showing of the video. November 2018.
The Comings and Goings of a Virtual Itinerant Wayfarer. Continuous showing of Repeat Hikari in entrance foyer of Salford University at MediaCityUK, as part of NWCDTP Postgraduate Conference, Digital Humanities, Human Technologies, 10-11 October 2018.
Supernova Digital Animation Film Festival 2018. Innominate selected. Denver, 22 September 2018.
Future City: video art and the montage of virtualities and realities. Continuous showing of Future City in a bus, as part of the Visual Research Network Conference, Creative Image: Ways of Seeing, Representing and Reshaping Reality. Manchester University, 26-27 September 2018.
Interface. Continuous showing of There is No Cure for Curiosity and Future City, as part of an art exhibition of 23 artists organised and curated by neo:artists. At neo:gallery23, The Market Place, Bolton, 31 March – 20 May 2018.
There is No Cure for Curiosity: Moving between worlds using machinima. Continuous showing of There is No Cure for Curiosity and Future City in a shipping container, as part of the Mobile Utopia: Pasts, Presents, Futures conference. Lancaster University, 2-5 November 2017.
Supernova Digital Animation Film Festival 2017. The Digital Pilgrims selected. Denver, 23 September 2017.
Oxen Park Cinema Club. The Constant Falling. Talk with a showing of the video. January 2017.
Supernova Digital Animation Film Festival 2016. Our Music of the Spheres selected. Denver, 24 September 2016.
Work has also been shown as a part of academic presentations.