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  in collaboration with Benedict Drew, SUMP is showing at the Turner Contemporary as part of Journeys with 'The Waste Land'
Until May 2018

more information HERE
  9th June speaking at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts as part of their current Paul Nash exhibition with Rachel Smith, assistant curator of modern british art at Tate Britain and artists Claire Baylis, Desmond Brett
more information HERE

SUMP reviewed in FRIEZE by Tom Melick. Read the review

  Friendly Things From the Future is screening as part of Spectres of the Future curated by Sasha Litvinseva. The screening is part of Speeding & Braking: Navigating Acceleration at Goldsmiths, London
  Being VERSUS Time is a screening I'm curating at Assembly Point, London this 12th of May featuring films by Michael Robinson, Fernand Deligny PLUS Pan-Dimensional Transport Intermission LIVE from Benedict Drew
click HERE

CORPS VOLATILES –Transit of the Megaliths is part of a screening by Le Bal, Paris in connection with LightCone with Adrian Paci, Miguel Angel Ríos and Ana Vaz 08.03.16
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SPECTRES OF THE FUTURE a screening curated by Sasha Litvinseva with Uriel Orlow, Graeme Arnfield and Ana Vaz
at the University of Surrey as part of the exhibition Modern Ruins and Future Ghosts. 03.03.16 click HERE

  SUMP a collaboration with Benedict Drew at Project/Number.
Opening night Friday 26 February 18:30-21:00 // Exhibition continues until 20 March 2016
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Some ******* ate other ******* and got indigestion. That is the origin of complex _______.

  Beyond the Surface screening programme at Labor Neunzehn Berlin with Basma Alsharif, Phillip Barker, Lucas Battich, Crystal Beacon, Daya Cahen, Sarah Christman, Oliver Husain, Maria Kourkouta, Evan Meaney, Dolissa Medina, Rembrand Quiballo, Tabita Rezaire, Catherine Ross, Alexander Stewart, Tina Takemoto, Juha Van Ingen, Helena Wittmann//
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  OCCULTO FEST Berlin 13-14 November. Screening with Lucas Battich, Crystal Beacon, Juha Van Ingen
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  INTERFACING at outpost, Norwich 20 June 2015, Screening and conversation with Ellen Mara De Wachter
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  COSMOS CARL FEAT. Nicholas Brooks / online from 16.00 18.09.15 /
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  BRUTUS // part of IMTen anniversary auction at IMT London 04.09.15 - 02.10.15
find the aution HERE
IMT gallery to see the works
  Friendly Things from the Future screenings as part of Selected 5 National Tour. Showing with Lucy Beech, Niels Bugge, Lucy Clout, Kate Cooper, Anita Delaney, Tom Lock, Richard Sides and Min-Wei Ting. Starting on the 28 May 2015 at CCA Glasgow.
For details of screenings at CIRCA, Newcastle, Fabrica, Brighton, Nottingham Contemporary and the Whitechapel Gallery / click HERE


  back to the things themselves at Assembly Point, London / 18th June 2015 /
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  SLIP at Stadtsiche Galeri, Villingen Schwenningen from the 5th of July to the 30th of August 2015
  SCREAMING HORNETS at TINTYPE with artists Hadas Auerbach,
Jack Brindley, Adam Clarke, Charlotte Develter, Aimee Parrott, Milly Peck and Tobias Teschner.
Link to the press release HERE
Link to the website HERE

Exhibiting two new paintings at Limbo in Margate as part of Escape Routes curated by Benedict Drew.
Link to the website HERE

  Issue #3 of Not Today magazine is now out with new photo series Friendly Things From the Future made as part of a micro-residency in Hualien, Taiwan in February this year.
Link to the website and to order an issue HERE
  Screenings in Ramallah as part of a Palestinian and International program UHF42 organized by Mike Crane from May the 29th to June the 27th.
The screenings will be broadcast on-air and online from Wattan TV, an independent media station that was raided in 2012.
Filmmakers include Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Basma Alsharif, Ayman Alazraq, Knut Asdam, Nasrin Abu Baker , Kaya Behkalam, Neil Beloufa, Nicholas Brooks, Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Phil Collins, Fahed Halabi & Ala Farhat, Ihab Jadallah, Yazan Khalili, Alexander Kluge, Jumana Manna & Sille Storihle, Melanie Manchot, Mohammed Musallam, Peter Snowdon, Stefanos Tsivopoulos.
Link to the website HERE
Exhibition brochure PDF HERE
  Showing film work in progress Friendly Things from the Future at the Jerwood Space on the 30th of May. The project was shot in Taiwan as part of a residency for Not Today Magazine.
  Speaking at the ICA Friday Salon on the 16th of May at 3pm with Julia Tcharfas, Timothy Ivison and Tom Emerson about
Art as Spatial Practice. See more Details HERE.
Image: Metropotamia, Courtesy the artists Timothy Ivison and Julia Tcharfas.
  Showing at the Jerwood space as part of TTTT curated by Sarah Williams from the 14th of May to the 22nd of June.
Link to the website HERE
  Screening of Augur at the Power Station of Art, Shanghai as part of the One Minutes on Tour. For one month from the 11th of June.
Press release about the curated program HERE
Link to the website HERE

Various Screenings across the US as part of Videoclub and Film London Artists Moving Image Network Selected III USA Tour
– hitting Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Phoenix, Tucson, LA, New York and Washington DC!
Screening with Emma Alonze, Sophie Beresford, Nicholas Brooks, Mat Fleming, Piotr Krzymowski, Naheed Raza, Frances Scott, Daniel Shanken, Cheryl Simmons and Edward Thomasson.
Link to the website HERE


Micro Residency in Taiwan in February for NOT TODAY magazine
Link to the website HERE

  Solo presentation: The Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Nicholas Brooks
From the 7th of November to the 15th of December
Link to the website HERE
  Showing at Vitrine Gallery, London as part of Push and Paint, Touch and Display
from the 29th of November 2013 until the 11th of January 2014
Link to the website HERE
  TRANSIT OF THE MEGALITHS selected for Rotterdam International Film Festival in February 2014
  Showing at YOUNG LONDON 2013, V22 Bermondsey from the 15th September to the 3rd of November.
Private view on the 14th of September.
Link to the website HERE
  Newly commissioned film installation TRANSIT OF THE MEGALITHS is on show at Bold Tendencies until 30th September 2013
Curated by Joe Balfour with Benedict Drew, Steven Claydon, Ruth Proctor, Nina Beier and others.
Link to the website HERE
  Art + Chips at MOT International Project Space, London from the 18th of July to the 24th of August 2013
Curated by Claire Craig and Nicola Wright with Christian Newby, Ariane Schick and Jack Newling.
Link the website HERE

WE OBJECT! at Aid and Abet, Cambridge until the 13th of April 2013
Curated by Benedict Drew. With Rebecca Lennon, Beth Collar, Angus Braithwaite, Benedict Drew and
Heather Phillipson

Link to the website HERE


Upcoming: 59th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. Screening on the 6th of May, 12.30pm in the Light Cone programme at Sunset.
link to the website HERE

Upcoming: Selected lll. Videoclub and Film London Artists Moving Image Network touring show across the UK.

29 May 2013 : Nottingham Contemporary
05 June 2013 : Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle
13 June 2013 : CCA, Glasgow
18 June 2013 : FACT, Liverpool
20 June 2013 : Whitechapel Gallery, London
TBC : Duke of York's Cinema, Brighton

Link to the website HERE


Light Cone Screening in Paris Curated by Erwin van 't Hart of Rotterdam International Film Festival
Screened with films by Ivan Ladislav Galeta / Fred Worden / Takahiko Imura / Paul Sharits
12 February 2013.
Light Cone use Arrastre as the cover image of the Poster and Publicity materials:

link to the website HERE

  Screening September 2012 at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow
as part of Garage Screen.

link to the website HERE
  Arrastre received a special mention at 25fps in Zagreb this September

link to the website HERE
  Group Show: The Chameleon's Eye June 2012 at Centrum, 48 Stunden Neukölln, Berlin
Nicholas Brooks / Megumi Fukuda / Anne Hardy / Vincent Hawkins / James Krone / Tomoya Matsuzaki / Henri Michaux Angus Mill

link to the website HERE
  ARRASTRE tours JAPAN * * *
As part of the Image forum Festival 2012 Arrastre will show in Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Nagoya and Yokohama spring 2012.
The Image Forum Website HERE

Solo Project a flat tunnel at Carte Blanche Gallery from the 9th to the 30th of March 2012


ARRASTRE part of the official selection in January 2012 at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Link to the site HERE

  rotterdam film festival
  the installation Intromission from Auto Italia's 2010 show Counter Contstructs appears in Art Review Dec 2011:
  art review
  linear b at peckham 90210 see website HERE
hd projection on plywood 15 minutes
  linear b peckham 90210




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