• Wicked Problem

    Virgile Fraisse, Lauren Hall, Dan Walwin
    Salon des Machines - Friche la Belle de Mai
    5 March - 24 April 2016
    Tue - Sat 1:00 - 7:00
    Preview 4 March, 6:30 - 10:00
    41 rue Jobin, 13003 Marseille

  • That's Genetic

    Jennifer Bailey, Lauren Hall, Tessa Lynch, Sarah Rose

    16 Nicholson St.
    Programme curated by Simon Gowing

    30 September - 8 November 2015

  • Gnommero Multiplicity Launch

    An evening of presentations from contributors to Gnommero Multiplicity, the last volume in a series of five thematic pamphlets, cooperatively produced by artists and writers over the last seven years. Edited by Sarah Tripp and Richard Taylor. Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, 15 May, 7:30pm.

  • NATIONAL BEDTIME

    Performance on 8 May at BALTIC 39, Newcastle. Curated by Tony Swain.

  • The Grind

    Jennifer Bailey, Brandon Cramm, Alex Impey, Katie Schwab, Maria Toumazou
    Curated by Lauren Hall, Voidoid Archive, 24th April - 8th May 2015

  • Life Like

    Group exhibition with Dora Economou, Sean Edwards, Jamie Kane, G. Kung, and Sally Webber at Transmission

  • Girl's Names

    Solo exhibition opens 20 December, 7-9pm at Voidoid Archive, Glasgow

  • Felt

    Solo exhibition opens 28 June at Erin Stump Projects, Toronto.

  • Frieze

    Review by Maria Fusco in Frieze Magazine

  • Glasgow International

    Comfortably Warm, a two-person exhibition with Jay Mosher opens 4th April as part of Glasgow International.

  • Pressure Wants a VIsion

    Pressure Wants a Vision: A solo presentation of new work, opens Saturday 1st March at Glasgow Project Room.

  • SCULTURE CLUB on Portalen Portalen

  • Canadian Art

    Preview of Adam Lauder's article in the summer issue of Canadian Art

  • Time to Start Over at NO FOUNDATION

    NO FOUNDATION,
    Curated by Penelope Smart. With Jennifer Rose Sciarrino and Leisure (Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley)

  • superpositions: New Wight Biennial in Los Angeles

    Superpositions is an exploration of interference as a model for art making and reception. The glitch, stutter, moiré, palimpsest, thwarted expectation, and feedback loop all fall within this purview. The exhibition includes the work of 26 international artists.
    Nobutaka Aozaki, Julia Benjamin, Céline Berger, Jenn Berger, Ben Bigelow, Lea Cetera, Anne de Vries, Carey Denniston, Rubén Grilo, Nils Guadagnin, Lauren Hall, Jesse Harding, Anna Hawkins, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Martin Kohout, Anouk Kruithof, Lia Lowenthal, Rachel Malin, Frankie Martin, Evan Nesbit, Magali Reus, Rachelle Sawatsky, Ben Schumacher, Rimas Simaitis, Thomas Simon, Brad Troemel.
    Organized by Jonathan Apgar, Lucas Blalock, Devin Kenny, and Sean Raspet. New Wight Biennial @ UCLA, Los Angeles, CA - September 27 - October 11th