Working alongside Mike planning, detailing and constructing the interiors of his installation, working from sketches, books and photographs.
L’Atteso, Mike Nelson, OGR, Turin
Mirror reverb (the blinding of a building, a notation for another), Mike Nelson, Gwangju Bienalle
Cloak, Mike Nelson, Nouveau Musée De Monaco, Monaco
Studio Apparatus for Palais de Tokyo or The Exorcism, Mike Nelson, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Eighty Circles through Canada, Mike Nelson, Tramway, Glasgow.
Again more things (a table ruin), Mike Nelson, Whitechapel Gallery, London.
Space that saw (platform for a performance in two parts), Mike Nelson, Neugerriemschneider, Berlin.
408 tons of imperfect geometry, Mike Nelson, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden. konsthall.malmo.se.
After Kerouac, Mike Nelson, Art/43/Basel.
I, Impostor, Mike Nelson, British Pavilion, Venice. venicebiennale.britishcouncil.org
A Studio Apparatus , Mike Nelson, Camden Arts Centre, London.
Make Make Coffee, Haggerston.
Taking inspiration from Atelier van Lieshout to design and make (from scratch) a bespoke coffee cart for Make Make Coffee’s pitch outside Haggerston Station.
The Eros of Understanding, Rose English, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen.
Working with Rose to create bespoke stands on which she could display articles from her archive.
Pull out all the stops, Manalo & White, Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, London.
Working with M&W to refine designs and manufacture the exhibition which was housed in the Clore Ballroom.
Artworks MK, Manalo & White, Milton Keynes.
Working with the designers and client to renovate the gallery space.
Simone Handbag Museum,
South Korea. Judith Clark/MDM Props, London.
Prototyping initial designs into a working model then putting together a team to lead in the fabrication of the interior for the historical gallery which consisted of highly detailed oak cabinets.
Terunobu Fujimori, V&A Museum, London.
Constructing the house alongside Professor Fujimori and aiding his team of helpers which included teaching RCA students. Communicating with the museum to install a challenging exhibition within in a very delicate space.
The Concise Dictionary of Dress,
Blythe House, V&A Museum. Judith Clark/MDM Props.
Making a bespoke tapering laticed cabinet for one of the exhibits in the exhibition.
Dover Street Market, London.
Working with head fashion designer Phoebe Philo and the visual director at Celine to create a unique concession at Dover St Market.
Edible Spaces, Matt Biggs, Hampton Court Flower Show, London.
Creating a unique 3 dimensional trellis to support the vine within Matt’s garden.
Shack Stack, Grosvenor Waterside Sculpture Richard Wilson/MDM, London.
Fabricating the timber moulds for aluminium casting from a scale model and artists instruction.
The Key, ASF/Eden Project, Chelsea Flower Show, London.
Working alongside ASF facilitating a series of carpentry/design workshops within Government re-training schemes in Luton and Norwich to create elements for the garden at Chelsea.
Silvas Capitalis, Simparch, Kielder Forest, Northumberland.
Working with Simparch creating new sculpture/installation in the heart of the forest, returning in 2018 to create two additional ear listening spaces within the head.
The House of Victor & Rolf, Barbican, London.
Running the installation of a complex project. The central piece being: a three storey dolls house, six meters high and 18 meters long. Finished to very high specifications within a short time frame. Dismantling the house carefully for transportation to other venues.
drum & basin, Simparch, A foundation, Liverpool.
Working alongside Simparch facilitating the skate/sculpture installation of a kidney shaped bowl and full pipe.
Forest Rising, Marjetica Potrč, Barbican, London.
Running a challenging installation safely, ahead of schedule and under budget.
At First Light, James Turrell, Louise T Blouin Institute, London.
Directing a team of 15 and managing the installation of site specific artworks within a short time schedule and during building construction. Working directly with James Turrell’s studio completing work to high standards.
Collaborating with Stephen Beasley as SBDJ were shortlisted to the last three for Wycombe Town Centre commission for street furniture and seating.
Fabricating sculptures for Keith Tyson installation Large Field Array, Louisiana, Denmark.
Timber frame home, Bewdley, West Midlands,
Creating a unique home within extremely regulated planning restrictions, utilising detailing and design knowledge during construction.
Roadshow - Touring arts & music festival. Grizedale Arts, Grizedale; Ikon Gallery and Licky Hills, Birmingham; Real Institute, Wales.
Responsible for organisation and installation/construction of iDEATH marquee at each venue. Publication available on request.
Lignum Project, Jamaica.
Teaching young people carpentry skills in remote areas for a charity, the aim of which is to aid and equip them with skills to find future employment.
Woodmill GP, London
Light exhibited alongside Frances Scott’s work in her open studio show.
GSK Contempory, Royal Academy of Arts.
Ottoman furniture selected by curator Mark Beasley.
Exhibition interior for Architecture Sans Frontières UK, Florence Hall, RIBA, Londo.
Muster Station group show, Rockwell Gallery, London.
Two B1 screen prints (editions of 8) and large 3D scale model.
The Prop Makers group show, MOT Gallery, London.
Based on designs by Ben Kelly for Steve Jones’ (Sex Pistols) bedroom. In collaboration with Stephen Beasley.
Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University, London.
Exhibition design in collaboration with architect Stephen Beasley. For artist/curator Mark Beasley (Stanley Picker Research Fellow in Fine Art). Publication available on request.
Union Gallery, London.
Scale model of iDEATH structure for Flatpack001.
A Grizedale Arts Touring Show, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee.
Scale model of iDEATH structure for Flatpack001.
Loughborough University School of Art & Design.