Unit 7 Gallery

December 1986

This Human Earth   -   Michael Petry

The work by American artist Petry features 365 clothes objects and a soundtrack played through 24 speakers buried beneath a carpet of 3 tons of soil.

Unit 7 Gallery

February 1987

Strange Territories   -   Mikey Cuddihy

The installation showcases American artist Cuddihy's drawings depicting female figures, which mark the white walls in black charcoal and the wooden floor in white chalk.

Unit 7 Gallery

March 1987

Handle with Care   -   John Mitchell

The installation by British artist Mitchell is a graphic interpretation of inner-city collapse. The accumulated debris simulates piles of black masonry interspersed with sheets of corrugated iron but is entirely fabricated from painted cardboard.

Unit 7 Gallery

April 1987

A Brush with Art   -   Paul Ashurst

A Brush with Art' by British artist Ashurst, is an installation of canvases suspended back-to-back depicting external and internal locations in vibrant shades of colour, surrounded by a frieze of pointillist pastel hues.

Unit 7 Gallery

May 1987

Untitled   -   Kathy Prendergast

Irish artist Prendergast's installation, the outcome of the Henry Moore fellowship, is a rendition of a fictional landscape shown through chalk residue, large drawings and steel constructions.

Unit 7 Gallery

June 1987

Charming the Snake   -   John Swarbrick

British artist Swarbrick uses polythene sheeting draped from the ceiling in a work that is both transparent and opaque. Spectators are visible through the walls, but only as vague presences, fading as they move further away.

Unit 7 Gallery

October 1987

A Mountain and A Lake   -   Thrafia Daniylopoulos

The installation by Greek artist Daniylopoulos functions as a theatre backdrop in the shape of wall-paintings that surround the viewer.

Unit 7 Gallery

November 1987

Expanse   -   Phyllida Barlow

The monumental installation by British artist Barlow renders everyday materials such as underfelt, grey foam rubber and plastic binliners into an organic and quasi-animal form.

Unit 7 Gallery

December 1987

Interval   -   Rosie Leventon & Elena Gaputyte

The space is horizontally bisected with a vast, suspended glass structure by British artist Leventon, beneath which is a tower made from charred wood by Lithuanian artist Gaputyte.

Unit 7 Gallery

January 1988

Approach   -   Rob Kesseler

The installation by British artist Kesseler presents a number of small objects arranged on the walls and on the floor around a large magnet build from plywood. A book of screenprints illustrates the relation between the everyday objects.

Unit 7 Gallery

February 1988

Wire To Line   -   Debbie Duffin

The objects by British artist Duffin that are dispersed throughout the space are made from woven strands of plastic-coated wire wrapped individually in minute, hand-painted pieces of paper.

Unit 7 Gallery

March 1988

Chaos Human Atomica   -   Michael Petry

The work by American artist Petry features a utopian video with an accompanying, discordant soundtrack; the viewers wear white suits, the walls of the gallery are lined with silver foil and topped with a tented black canopy.

Unit 7 Gallery

May 1988

Blobs   -   Gloria Carlos

The installation by American artist Carlos is composed of metal poles which arc from one corner of the gallery to the other, its ends are attached to the floor by poured asphalt. The gestural sweep of the work closely mirrors the immediacy of the artist's original pen and ink drawings.

Unit 7 Gallery

June 1988

Tailor-made   -   Craig Rosborough

Strips of acetate cut from rolls of pilots' skycharts run diagonally from one corner to another in the installation by British artist Rosborough. The space is further punctuated with a variety of found objects suspended from elongated metal springs.

Unit 7 Gallery

September 1988

Untitled   -   Kerry Andrews

A stripped down sculpture of a dwelling placed on top of a green carpet dominates the space of the installation by British artist Andrews. Beneath its canopy is a flotilla of paper boats folded from the pages of Max Ernst's book of collages 'Une semaine de bonté'.

Unit 7 Gallery

October 1988

Come out upon the Dark Plain   -   John Coleman

An installation by British artist Coleman comprises large cut-out figures in the shape of archaic walkers taken from Thomas Berwick's engravings. These are suspended in the space, the slow rotation casts shadows on the walls.

Unit 7 Gallery

January 1989

Petroleum   -   Max Couper

A five tonne caterpillar track dominates the space and is surrounded by other defunct industrial machinery and light projections, while a petrol pump spews a column of fire in the work by British artist Couper. A giant metal sphere is chained to the ceiling and acts as a pendulum.

Unit 7 Gallery

February 1989

Temple   -   Mark Currah

The installation divides the volume of the gallery in two with a skeletal framework of timber. The work is an allegory for the inflexibility of religious and political law.

Unit 7 Gallery

April 1989

North Sea   -   Harry Philbrick

Wave-shaped curves, made from compressed asphalt, punctuate the space, their shapes are echoed by forms of cast sand in the work by American artist Philbrick.

Unit 7 Gallery

May 1989

Multiple manipulations of small drawings   -   Mikey Cuddihy

The work by Cuddihy, an American artist, presents hand-made and incidental doodles as domestic wallpaper designs fitted within the context of the industrial space.

Unit 7 Gallery

June 1989

Untitled   -   Lucia Nogueira

Close inspection of the seemingly empty gallery reveals a number of minute interventions by the Brazilian artist Nogueira in its fabric: strips of fur are set into the floor, its surface is stitched with metal wire and connected with surgical tubing, suggesting the presence of a damaged organism.

Unit 7 Gallery

July 1989

The Untouchables   -   Hansjörg Schäfer

The work by German artist Schäfer consists of four separate structures: a Chippendale dining set covered with a mosquito net, a sphere of plates held together with clothes pegs, a pyramid of crystal glasses connected by tennis balls, and a smashed ladder of champagne glasses.

Unit 7 Gallery

October 1989

Twi'light   -   Caroline Wilkinson

The installation by British artist Wilkinson is open only for the half hour between 4.15pm and 4.45pm, the 'Twi'light' of the installation title. At 4.15pm there is just enough natural light in the space to perceive the suspended square of hand-written notes. These quickly fade into obscurity with the diminishing light, while a Super-8 film projection becomes visible.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

November 1990

Flight from Technology: The Sexuality of the Universe Part 2   -   Michael Petry

The installation, by American artist Petry is built as three separate rooms, and deals with our response to technology. His images create a "Parallel Universe", a model for the viewer to build upon.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

January 1991

Look, Walk Through and Listen To   -   Andrew Greaves

The exhibition by British artist Greaves takes its inspiration from the cruciform, a reference to the work 'Black Cross' by Kasimir Malevich from 1915.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

April 1991

Untitled   -   Phyllida Barlow

The work by British artist Barlow comprises several thousand tailor-made, stacked boxes, dripping with grey paint. The installation acts as a large three-dimensional map that charts an unknown territory.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Olympia Hall, Kensington

April 1991

Stable   -   Rob Kesseler

The installation by British artist Kesseler for Art '91, presents a series of "stable boxes" to comment on the nature of contemporary art market.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

May 1991

Plantation   -   Phyllida Barlow

A commissioned installation by British artist Barlow presented outside the Business Design Centre for the duration of the Art Fair.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

May 1991

Untitled   -   Fred Eerdekens

The installation by Belgian artist Eerdekens comments on the inexactitude of language, its coincident and complementary meanings. Light is cross-projected through a complex, multilayered steel structure, forming contradictory words on the wall.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Business Design Centre, Islington

July 1991

Untitled   -   Anya Gallaccio, David Griffiths, Graham Gussin, Alessandro Codagnone, Mark Currah

Four installations by British and Italian artists shown in a 200,000 sq.ft warehouse examine the nature of the site, temporality and trade.

Museum of Installation Off Site: The Circle, Queen Elizabeth Street

September 1991

Untitled   -   Katherine Clarke, Amy Eshoo, Susan Morris, Mark Pimlott

The group Content consisting of British, Canadian and American artists present a series of installations in four glazed shop fronts, which remain inaccessible to the viewer and are seen from the street.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

September 1991

Vault   -   Chris Jennings

The steel arcs, held in tension by the walls, serve as a precise mechanism to measure the space they traverse in the installation by by British artist Jennings.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Diorama, Regent’s Park

October 1991

Fall   -   Adrian Scrivener

The work by British artist Scrivener is made from five miles of gold-coated paper suspended across the central lightwell of the historic Diorama. The material rises and falls in response to the atmospheric conditions of the site.

Museum of Installation Off Site: The Circle, Queen Elizabeth Street

November 1991

Untitled   -   Katherine Clarke, Amy Eshoo, Susan Morris, Mark Pimlott

The second instalment of the exhibition 'Content' features new works by each of the artists.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

November 1991

The Endless Conveyor   -   Max Couper

A motorised travelator by British artist Couper moves the audience past banks of rapidly changing audiovisual tableaux .

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

February 1992

Osmosis   -   Rob Kesseler

The focus of the installation by British artist Kesseler is a large kidney-shaped pool, its surface disturbed by two fountains, which are picked up by coloured underwater lights. The installation focuses on the function of the kidney, playfully illustrating the process of absorbing, filtering and recycling.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

April 1992

Lapwing Redwing Fieldfare   -   John Coleman

British artist Coleman's projections turn the space into a landscape punctuated by archaic wanderers, which are derived from the woodcuts of the 18th century engraver Thomas Berwick.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

June 1992

Microwave and Freezer Stills   -   David Goldenberg

British artist Goldenberg is concerned with the function of art, and how it operates within the gallery context. To this end, his installation places telephone messages on other galleries' answermachines in the UK and abroad.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

September 1992

This Inability to Escape   -   Amanda Wilson

British artist Wilson's work is concerned with the interface between performance and installation art. For this work, she investigates areas of mental health and identity drawing on her work as a psychiatric nurse.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

January 1993

Brief Window (Refrain)   -   Louise Sudell

The installation by British artist Sudell addresses the concept of the construction of memory. The questions of what memory is, how it operates and where it is to be found are posed in the work. Three different readings of the concept are suggested in the installation, which take the form of three separate enclosures, using two-way mirrors to create multiple images.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

April 1993

Horizon   -   Thrafia P. Daniylopoulos

Greek artist Daniylopoulos's installation is concerned with materiality and space, using copper wire, lead and wax.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

June 1993

The House of Affinities   -   Peter Stickland

The British architect Stickland has painted the plans and elevations of an archetypal house on the floors, walls, alcoves and pillars, superimposing a fictional structure on the surface of the gallery space.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

September 1993

Fugitive   -   Caroline Wilkinson

British artist Wilkinson's installation dissolves the edges of the empty gallery by immersing it in electric blue light. In so doing, the space is dematerialized leaving only an impression of pure colour.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

December 1993

Untitled   -   Shaun Doyle, Burnel Penhaul, Station House Opera, Amanda Wilson, et al Julian Maynard Smith, Station House Opera Amanda Wilson "Don't Take it to Heart" Andy Papas and DFAL "Volcano" Helen Silverlock "Love VI" & John Kelly Tony White "Words of my Mouth"

The performance season presents the work of seven individual artists and collectives by British and Australian artists.

Museum of Installation Off Site: ART LA ’93, Los Angeles, USA

December 1993

Untitled   -   John Coleman, Renato Niemis, Michael Petry, Caroline Wilkinson, Amanda Wilson

Art LA '93 presents commissioned installations by five artists from Britain and America in the setting of a commercial art fair.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

January 1994

Maid of the Mist   -   Ron Haselden

Projections of fire and clouds alternate on a screen that bisects the space at a 45 degree angle in the installation by British artist Haselden. Microphones hidden beneath and outside the gallery are triggered intermittently and transmit live sounds.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

March 1994

Installation Art: The Collaborative Eye   -   Edward Woodman

The exhibition showcases the installation shots of British photographer Woodman shown together for the first time, and highlights the importance of documentation for this ephemeral art form.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Peterborough Museum

March 1994

Quertreiber   -   Nicola Oxley, Andrew Greaves, Chris Jennings

The exhibition Quertreiber presents three new installations by British artists, focusing on the notion of iconoclasm and difference.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

June 1994

;   -   Renato Niemis

British artist Niemis's installation is a cruciform catwalk that bisects the space, and presents the viewer as a performer.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

September 1994

Untitled   -   Karsten Konrad

A 120 foot white plaster picture-rail by the German artist Konrad, cast insitu, circumnavigates the interior of the space. The rail has no ostensible function and invokes the vernacular and the domestic.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Werkstadt, Bonn, Germany

September 1994

Untitled   -   John Bartholomew, Nicola Oxley

The commissioned installations form part of the international exhibition 'Werkstadt' in a factory complex in Bonn, Germany.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

November 1994

Video Project Site   -   Gordon Dawson, Marcel Odenbach, Mike Sale, Harriet Smith, Tina Keane, Helen Silverlock, and others

A selection of international videoinstallations and projections with guest curators and galleries.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

January 1995

Damask Rose Wild Freesia Water Lily Ocean Mist   -   Dermot O'Brien

In the British artist O'Brien's installation the visual is coupled with the olfactory, creating a sensual hybrid, through the use of hundreds of air fresheners displayed as braille text.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

March 1995

Memory Skip   -   Oswaldo Macia

Colombian artist Macia's installation straddles the visual and the olfactory. A skip is filled with pine essence that envelops the space and the viewer. The exhibition is partnered by an audio-work entiled 'The Sound of Smell'.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Room 49, British Museum

April 1995

Capital   -   Terry Smith

By removing plaster from the original walls of the gallery at the British Museum, British artist Smith creates a gigantic representation of an Ionic capital, echoing the portico of the institution.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

April 1995

Depot   -   Phyllida Barlow

British artist Barlow's discrete objects transform the gallery into a storage space, entitled 'Depot'. Although the objects appear makeshift, their presence suggests a highly formal and stratified environment.

The Tannery, Bermondsey

May 1995

Skinning a Shadow   -   Duncan Brown, Sacha Dieu, Jonathan Whitehall

Three time-based installations by British and French artists reflect on the theme of the body and its transient states.

Museum of Installation, Great Sutton Street

July 1995

The Archive   -   MOI Artists, Architects Simon Miller and Alain Chiaradia

The show, designed by British and French architects Miller and Chiaradia, brings together archival interpretations by MOI artists from the previous five years and represents different methods of documenting and remembering Installation art.

Empty Rooms, Berlin, Germany

January 1996

Walks   -   Camilla Wilson, Jeremy Wood, Nicola Oxley, Nicolas de Oliveira

The installation is the outcome of a series of real and hypothetical walks over one week through Berlin, resulting in drawings on carbon paper and glass.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

February 1997

Musée Imaginaire Part 1   -   Renato Niemis, John Bartholomew, Terry Smith, David Wilkinson, Nathanial Stewart, Percy Peacock, Steve Dutton, Michael Petry, Rosemarie McGoldrick

The show, organised in two parts, includes artists from Britain, Canada, Spain, Italy, Australia, and America. Based on Andre Malraux's idea of a "Museum Without Walls",it takes place within the building prior to refurbishment. The space acts as container of proposals, interventions and readings on the "Museum". It also presents the first limited version of the "Box Project"

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

May 1997

Musée Imaginaire Part 2   -   Francesca Vilalta-Olle, Adrian McWilliams, Leonora Robinson, Nicola Oxley, Nicolas de Oliveira, Jeremy Wood, Francesco Chiais, Calum Storrie, Tony White

Part two of the exhibition 'Musée Imaginaire'.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

July 1997

Soundproofs   -   Joe Banks, Martin Creed and OWADA, Haley Newman, David Clegg, Bruce Gilbert, Xavier Marchan

The exhibition,a collaboration with WORKFORTHEEYETODO and with soundworks curated by British artist David Clegg, presents a soundscape that envelops the building.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 1997

Mirror   -   Stav Balla, Jo Bennett, Louise Tebbs, Amanda Wilson, Verdi Yahooda

Five artists from Britain and Greece investigate aspects of representation within contemporary installation practice through the theme of the mirror.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

December 1997

Vitrine: Ice   -   Fin Serck-Hanssen

Transition, temporality and poetics in the natural world are addressed in Norwegian artist Serck-Hanssen's work.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

January 1998

Mercury   -   Gordon Dawson, Jiri Kratochvil et al

Mercury' acts as the counterpoint to the 'Mirror' exhibition and presents new installations by six artists from Britain and the Czech Republic.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

May 1998

Opening   -   Stefan Brüggemann

The installation by Mexican artist Stefan Brüggemann makes references the dematerialisation of the Museum by physically altering its elevation and public access.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

June 1998

MOI Lab   -   Chris Grottick, Siobhan Davies, Dermot O'Brien, Paul Langworth, Greyworld, Bruce Gilbert, Wendy Bornholdt, David Musgrave, Jo Banks and Barry Nichols, Michael Shaowanasai, Art2 Go, Christina Berry

"Lab" presents new works by 13 artists and guest curators from Thailand, Britain and America within an experimental framework.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

October 1998

Untitled   -   Carl von Weiler

British artist Von Weiler presents a series of performance-based sound and video installations throughout the building.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 1998

365 Zeit-an-Sagen   -   Wolf Kahlen

The piece by German artist Kahlen consists of 365 recorded statements on the subject of time by artists, philosophers, and filmmakers.The piece by German artist Kahlen consists of 365 recorded statements on the subject of time by artists, philosophers, and filmmakers.The piece by German artist Kahlen consists of 365 recorded statements on the subject of time by artists, philosophers, and filmmakers.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

January 1999

The MOI-SELBST   -   Thomas Eller

The installations by German artist Eller explore the skewing of identity through the repeated self-portraits of the artist and other over-sized photographic images mounted on aluminium

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

April 1999

Project Rooms   -   Mischa Kuball

The retrospective exhibition brings together key installations and other works by German artist Kuball and focuses on light and perception

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

July 1999

Test Sites   -   ECM323

The audio-visual installations by the British Collective ECM323 address themes of sound and form through technical experiments.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 1999

Electricity & Amor   -   Louise Sudell

British artist Sudell's subtle projections and shadow-play bring together scientific experimentation and human emotion.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Lewisham College Campus

October 1999

Day for Night   -   Nicky Hirst, Rosemarie McGoldrick, Nicola Oxley, Terry Smith, Carl von Weller, David Wilkinson

The exhibition of work by six British artists features six portakabin buildings, which were craned in to the site; they act as walk-in showcases for the installation projects. The temporary buildings reference the idea of a film set as suggested by the film title "Day for Night" borrowed from the work of François Truffaut.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 1999

Metronom   -   Mark Themann

Australian artist Themann's audio-visual installation features scores of clockwork timepieces concealed beneath rows of metal shelves, which amplify the sound.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

January 2000

Box Project   -   300 artists, writers, theorists, architects

The project questions and extends notions of display by using a standardised cardboard boxes and instructions mailed to several hundred recipients worldwide.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

February 2000

Forensic   -   Rona Lee, Mark Povell, Elaine Foster, Simon Moretti, Colin Passfield, Jeroen Offerman, Francesca Vilalta-Olle

This research project is the result of a year-long collaboration between the participating artists from Britain, Spain, Holland and Italy.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

May 2000

The Theatre of Installation   -   Antonio Carlos Elias, Adriano Guimaraes, Fernando Guimaraes, Ana Miguel, Andre Santangelo

The exhibition involves five Brazilian artists whose installations address notions of collective memory and the body through a theatrical approach.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 2000

Installations 1991-2000   -   Per Barclay

The Norwegian artist Barclay transforms the space into a breathing organism through his inflatable, interactive installation.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 2000

Untitled   -   Francois Loriot & Chantal Melia

Using both natural and artificial light, the artworks by the French duo Loriot/Melia present the fugitive imagery and illusions derived from panoramas and dioramas of the 19th Century.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

January 2001

Here and Now   -   Wendy Bornholdt, Brandon LaBelle, Calan Stanley, David Allen

The four artists from New Zealand, Australia, America and Britain reflect on the theme of the present moment in time through interactive videoworks, sound installations and live sound transmissions.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

March 2001

Untitled   -   Sissel Tolaas

In association with a prestigious perfume House, the Icelandic artist Tolaas researches and conceives a scent for Deptford. Using "headspace technology", the artist uncovers the historical smell of the area which is distilled into perfume flasks and diffused in the gallery.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

May 2001

Wings and Tails   -   Lili Fischer

German artist Fischer's installations are concerned with natural phenomena mediated through social roleplay. The animal characters of the exhibition become mediators between the objects and the public.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Programa Art Centre, Mexico City, Mexico

July 2001

The Vanishing City   -   Eduardo Arroyuelo, Inaki Bonillas, Wendy Bornholdt, Stefan Bruggeman, Jose Davila, Dutton & Peacock, Terence Gower, David Howells, Nicolas de Oliveira, Edgar Orlainetta, Nicola Oxley, Miguel Angel Rios, Mauricio Rochas, Fernando Romero/LCM, Teresa Serrano, DJ Sondera, Sissel Tolaas, David Wilkinson, Carl von Weiler, Jeremy Wood

The exhibition brings together different readings by 20 international participants of an imaginary, utopian city.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 2001

Supply & Demand   -   Mark Povell

British artist Povell's installation proposes a transaction system with visitors; he invites them to use an arcane computer drawing programme to generate templates for 3D objects. These are then fabricated by the artist.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 2001

Vitrine: Hortensia   -   Ron Haselden

British artist Haselden's work depicting mutating flora is a nocturnal projection that can be seen by passers-by in MOI's vitrine.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

October 2001

Row01   -   David Davies

British artist Davies's LED public information screen gives real-time details of executions taking place in the USA.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 2001

This is not supposed to be here   -   Stefan Brüggemann

Mexican artist Brüggemann's exhibition proposes a series of 'stages' which present aspects of duration and repetition in language.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

February 2002

Silent days   -   Yak Seah Beow, Gary O'Connor, Marenka Gabeler, The Hormones, Charles Stuart, Frank Byng, Nick Doyne-Ditmas & Luke Wills, Gramophone, Sacha Dieu, Jeremy Clarke, Slowfoot, David Wilkinson

Guest curated performance event with invited contribuitors.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

March 2002

Jon Thomas-Together in Electric Dreams   -   Jon Lockhart & Tom Cox-Bisham

The exhibition, a collaboration between British artists Lockhart and Cox-Bisham, extensively remodels the galleries by wrapping the walls in vinyl, reprising the computer graphics of the vintage film 'Tron'.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

May 2002

Scale   -   Maurice van Tellingen, Hans Op de Beeck, Eric Steensma, Frank Halmans

The exhibition displays miniature installations by a group of Dutch and Belgian artists which explores the power of the 'model' to challenge our perception of space.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

July 2002

Ear   -   Spyna Allstars, Anti-Clockwise, Snorkel, Charles Stuart, Djs Sacha Dieu & Jeremy Clarke, David Wilkinson

Guest curated performance event with invited contribuitors.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Programa Art Centre, Mexico City, Mexico

August 2002

Identity Fiasko   -   Christian Jankowski, Thomas Eller

The show brings together the work of German artists Jankowski and Eller who examine contemporary notions of identity

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 2002

TRUCOLD and other works   -   Blast Theory

The work by British artist collective Blast Theory addresses our media-saturated world in which popular culture rules, to ask questions about the ideological nature of information.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

November 2002

Out of the cold   -   Gudrun Benonysdottir, Marius Engh, Daniel Jenson, Frederik Raddum

A group exhibition featuring Norwegian artists exploring ideas of mythology and travel.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

January 2003

Ailleurs/Elsewhere   -   Marcel Dinahet, Ron Haselden, Lucy Reynolds, Lizzie Hughes, Chloë Stewart, Hugh Stoddart

The exhibition, co-curated by the British artist Ron Haselden, focuses on displacement and simultaneity.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

March 2003

JETSET   -   Jose Davila, Gonzalo Lebrija, Fernando Palomar, Francisco Ugarte

The exhibition, curated by Mexican artist Dávila, revolves around the idea of 'nomadism' and takes the form of a series of portable installations made specifically for this project.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Venice Biennale, Italy

June 2003

Grand Central   -   Terry Smith

British artist Smith's intervention takes place at the Oratorio San Ludovico as one of the selected projects to commemorate the 50th edition of the Venice Biennale.

Museum of Installation Off Site: Various Institutions and Sites, London

November 2003

Architecture Parallax: Visual Crisis   -   Alexander Pilis

The project by Brazilian artist Pilis investigates how vision is experienced by sighted and visually impaired audiences. Collaborating venues include Tate Modern, the Sir John Soane Museum, the Greenwich Observatory, the Laban Centre, the London Eye, the Old Operating Theatre and Creative Perfumers.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

December 2003

Untitled   -   Markus Wirthmann, Carl von Weiler

The collaborating German artist Wirthmann and the British artist von Weiler explore themes of theatricality and performativity through their installations.

Museum of Installation, 175 Deptford High Street

September 2004

Strategies for Living   -   Marit Folstad

Norwegian artist Folstad presents a series of videos that explore human agency through the body.

Notice Gallery

February 2006

A Wasp killed by Magic   -   Simon Davison with Charlie Woolley

British artists Davison and Woolley present an exhibition of artworks that function as absurd proposals.

Notice Gallery

May 2006

Spy's and Subjects   -   Ben Cain and Tina Gverović

The exhibition by Croatian artist Gverović and British artist Cain is comprised of four parts: a vinyl record featuring spoken voice and piano music, a simple digital animation, a black and white video and a folding pamphlet.

Notice Gallery Off Site: Averoff Museum, Metsovo, Ioannina, Greece

July 2006

The Scarecrow   -   Mariko Mori, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Ugo Rondinone, Elizabeth Price, Marcus Coates et al

The major exhibition, co-curated by de Oliveira/Oxley with Greek curator Olga Daniylopoulou, brings together artworks and new commissions by 62 international artists to examine the theme of fear in art and life typified by the figure of the scarecrow. The exhibition takes place in the Averoff Museum at Metsovo, and newly commisioned works are sited in the grounds of the historic Saint Nicholas Monastery.

Notice Gallery

December 2006

Miko No Inori   -   Mariko Mori

The videowork shows the Japanese artist Mori as a silver-suited, enigmatic being cradling a crystal sphere. Filmed at the high-tech Kansai airport in Tokyo, the footage is accompanied by the artist's ambient soundtrack entitled 'Melting language'.

Notice Gallery

December 2007

Pages   -   Various Artists

The exhibition brings together the work of over 40 contributors in the shape of individual artists' pages.

Notice Gallery

March 2008

Untitled   -   Marenka Gabeler

Dutch artist Gabeler's work investigates the constructed nature of individual identities through an installation of paintings.

Notice Gallery

May 2008

Look on my works   -   Joe Watling

The topic of the exhibition by British artist Watling concerns the demise of Modernity ,represented in the form of a ruined sculpture, cast from pristine, white concrete.

SE8 Gallery

March 2009

Cabinets #1: Three Proposals   -   Ian Kiaer

British artist Kiaer's works are infinitely fragile and crumbling fragments that mourn the loss of perfection, a state where the world and its representation meld into one.

SE8 Gallery

April 2009

Cabinets #2: Owl   -   Barnaby Hosking

Through journeys to inhospitable locations, British artist Hosking foregrounds observation, stilllness and toil. For this exhibition, the artist captured footage of an elusive owl that is projected onto black velvet.

SE8 Gallery

May 2009

Cabinets #3: Vertiefen Und Nicht Erweitern   -   Andrea Büttner

The German artist Büttner's choice of materials and medium references utopian Modernist strategies and outmoded artisanal methods of production.

SE8 Gallery

June 2009

Cabinets #4: Studies for Adam and Eve   -   Daniel Silver

The sculptures of Israeli artist Silver borrow from the world of the bricoleur, situated between serendipity and design, between the made and the unmade

SE8 Gallery

July 2009

Cabinets #5: Throw'em Out, They Break My Heart   -   Pippa Gatty, Neil Hedger, Dan Shaw-Town

The works in the exhibition serve to underline the nature of display through scale and substitution.

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September 2009

Cabinets #6: DIN 201   -   Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez

The sculptures of Costa Rican artist Echeverri Fernandez, made of found materials and cast-offs from consumer culture, address and update aspects of assemblage.

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October 2009

Cabinets #7: Object not Found   -   Martin Westwood

British artist Westwood's works refer to the stratified world of commerce and its mass produced objects. By foregrounding corporate iconography,he examines the codified absurdity of the workplace and its repetitive actions and exchanges.

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November 2009

Cabinets #8: Agence de Voyage   -   Tim Braden

The paintings, sculptures and found objects by British artist Braden's chronicle his travels and present a vertiginous sense of time out of joint.

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May 2010

The Mulberry Tree Press   -   Including Antepress, Ruth Beale, Becky Beasley, Sean Borodale, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Roderick Buchanan, Ben Cain, Richard Dyer, Doug Fishbone, Hollis Frampton, Alex Frost, Katie Guggenheim, Emma Hart, Mike Harte, Gary Hill, George Henry Longly, Maria Marshall, Anthony McCall, Jeremy Millar, St Pierre and Miquelon, Kate Owen, George Quasha, Martha Rosler, Jamie Shovlin, John Smith, Matthew Smith, Andrew Tinsdall and others.

The multi-platform exhibition with over 30 international artists bears the name of a ficticious publishing house, and reflects on the relationship between space, object and text. Special Guest Curators include Gilly Fox, Fleur van Muiswinkel and Laura McLean-Ferris

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February 2011

The Half-shut Door: Artists' Soundtracks   -   Stefan Brüggemann, Dryden Goodwin, João Onofre, Hans Op de Beeck

The exhibition of four artists from Mexico, Portugal, Belgium and Britain examines the relationship between sound and vision in Film and presents four sound scores by four different artists. The scores, usually presented as the sonic part of their films are shown in isolation.

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October 2012

Into The Field   -   David Price

British artist David Price combines sculptures, prints, fiction and the work of other artists to examine representation and translation.

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April 2013

Or An Island or A Boat   -   Tina Gverović

Croatian artist Tina Gverović explores the relationships of transient subjects and the real and fictional topographies they traverse and inhabit.

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March 2014

Habitat   -   Barnaby Hosking

The exhibition by British artist Hosking Features a fully-funcioning yurt or ger, an ancient nomadic dwelling used in the Asian Steppe. The dwelling served as his retreat during a prolonged residency in 2013 and is now turned into a space of social interaction.