Selected works by Jack Strange

Jack Strange
Untitled

2009

6 plinths with 6 Mac-book computers

Dimensions variable
Jack Strange
Non-Stop Likelihoods (with detail)

2010

x 10 co-joined Twiglets in resin, plinth

Jack Strange
Its Worthwhile

2010

Audio, sound of the artists stomach digesting pages of William Faulkners The Sound and The Fury


Jack Strange's Biography

Born in 1984, Brighton
Lives and works in London



EDUCATION


2007
BA, Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London


SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2009
Emily, Callum, John, Grace, Elizabeth, Paul,’ Frieze Art Fair, London, UK (forthcoming)
In the Pines, Limoncello, London, UK
Not Really, Galerie Maribel Lopez, Berlin, DE

2008
Wallowing, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA

2007
The Stupidest Thing Alive, MOOT, Nottingham


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2009
The Fair Show, Limoncello, London, UK
Pete and Repeat, 176, London, UK
Extraordinary Days, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales, UK
Retro Pulfer, Alexandre Singh, Jack Strange. An Evening of Performances, The David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK
The little shop on Hoxton Street, Limoncello, London, UK
Ventriloquist, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
Its A Mess and Probably Irreversible, Newburgh Quarter, London, UK (curated by Five Storey Projects)
Make Your Own Kaleidoscope, The Tricycle Gallery, London, UK

2008
Seeing The Light, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA
Fuck you human, Maribel Lopez Galerie, Berlin, Germany
Downstairs, Flat B, 32 Newark Street, London (curated by Omnifuss)
The Krautcho Club / In and Out of Place, Forgotten Bar Project, Berlin, Germany, and 176, London
The Long Take, MOOT, Nottingham
Past Forward, 176, London (curated by Vincent Honoré)*

2007
Remember A Future Past, Royal College of Art, London (curated by Jesse McKee)
Took My Hands Off Your Eyes Too Soon, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA (curated by Ryan Gander)
Amalgamation, Ada Street Gallery, London (curated by Oliver Cloke and Susan Stainman)

2006
I Cant Think of Anything, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne, Germany (curated by Jonathan Callan)