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  • 4-15 February. Pay & Display. Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, Bristol

  • 18 February. Wellbeing. Cranbrook Video Festival. Crane surgery, Rectory Fields, Cranbrook, Kent

  • 5-13 August. Droneweek. SoundArt Radio 102.5 FM. Totnes, Devon



  • 6-8 January. FORBIDDEN. The Daniel Libeskind Space, 166-220 Holloway Road, Islington, London

  • 16-18 April. Brooklyn Acoustic Ecology Festival. The Old Stone House, Washington Park, 3rd Street & 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, USA

  • 19 June-11 July. Nottingham Street Art Festival. Feat. Inkie & Stiff Kittens. Surface Gallery, 16 Southwell Road, Nottingham

  • 18 July. World Listening Day 2015. H20 (part IV) Sonic Terrain, Columbia



  • 6 February. Marketing Is Violence. Book cover design competition, Not So Noble Books
    - First however was Paul Michael Browne's "spooky, eye catching, devastatingly good" design featuring a chunk of money ready to trip up the unwary. Professor Peter Fleming of CASS business school, author of Dead Man Working

  • 29 June. One Pound Cinema. The Lab Film Festival, Hackney Wick, London

  • 23-29 October. Hanover Project Video Festival. University of Central Lancashire, Preston


  • 25-26 February. 6pm-6pm. (In)Xclusion. 24hr Live Art Occupation, Patrick Studios, Leeds
    (in)Xclusion Festival Programme

  • 15-17 June. Hamburg Vending Machine. Hamburg, Germany

  • 16 August. 100 Curators 100 days. Saatchi Online - Curated by Gulsen Bal, Director & Head of Development of Projects and Programmes Open Space - Zentrum für Kunstprojekte, Vienna, Austria

  • 11 October. BYOB LONDON 2012. The Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, South Bank, London

  • 14 December. "Drink Me" Empty Shop HQ, Framwellgate Bridge, Durham


  • 27 September-1 October. On The Outside Looking Further Out. Solo exhibition, Mortuary Chapel, Bath
    - anxious & honest, makes me feel a bit uneasy, raw. Its feels good to be moved by someones work. KILDA, Bath.
    - Some well-thought out pieces- wonderful to see work which challenges individual perception on mental health and what it means to be a 'Brit'. Jacky Cook
    Highlight Media footage of An Accumulation Of Things