BORN: - -
UK 1975 - -
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LIVES/WORKS: - -
London UK - -
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EDUCATION: - -
2002 MA Painting Royal College of Art
2000BA Fine Art City and Guilds of London Art School
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SOLO EXHIBITIONS: - -
2008 New Dawn Chapter Gallery, Assembly Solo, Cardiff
2008 Alex Gene Morrison, New Video Work Alex Gene Morrison, New Video WorkMoot, Nottingham
2007 Adift The Fishmarket – Northhampton-
2006 Vile Lure Rockwell Gallery, London
2004 Search and Destroy Rosy Wilde Gallery, London
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2008 John Moores Painting Prize 25 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
2008 The Past Is History Changing Role Gallery Naples and Rome, Italy
2008 Icon Primo Alonso Gallery, London
2007 Loners Island G39,Cardiff
2007 The Future Can Wait Ellis/Rumley Projects, London
2007 Gire and Gimble Blyth Gallery, Imperial college, London
2007 Nature and Society Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums) Croatia
2007 Visions at the Nunnery The Nunnery, London
2006 Metropolis Rise, New Art from London Shanghai and Beijing, China
2005 Fuckin Brilliant,/ Majai Yabai Tokyo Wondersite, Japan
2005 Hydrophobia Zinger Presents, Netherlands
2005 New London Kicks Wooster Projects, curated by Simon Rumley, New York
2005 The Darkest Hour Leisure Club Mogadishni,, Copenhagen
2004 Born Cry Eat Shit Fuck Die Rockwell Gallery, London
2001 Modern Love Hobbypop Museum, Dusseldorf
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BIBLIOGRAPHY: -
2008 John Moores 25 Catalogue
2008 Words by Paul Pieroni, Artist Feature, Amelia’s Magazine Issue 9, Arts and Culture Biannual
2007 Catalogue, Text by Richard Dyer , Nature and Society,  Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums)
2006 Metropolis Rise: New Art from London – Catalogue, ed 1000, ISBN NR,1-873352-44-1
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COLLECTIONS: - -
Wooster Projects, New York
David Roberts, UK
Various other private collections
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ARTIST STATEMENT: -
Through various media - painting, video/animation and collage, I attempt to explore collisions of meaning, duality within imagery and a sense of the uncanny. The idea of seduction and repulsion is important within the work on both an aesthetic and conceptual level. There is a sense that through destruction there may be the possibility for re-newel, for creation, metamorphosis and therefore evolution. All of this essentially occurs within the same alternate universe, from one work to another there is a potential non-specific narrative link that forms a cast of characters, props and locations.