current/forthcoming

EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

*denotes solo show


Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain, Tate Britain, London (20 January 2014)

LUX AAP project, The Showroom, London (7-8 February 2014)

Heather Phillipson, Bunker 259, New York (9 March - 18 April 2014)*

Screen Salon, KinoKino, Norway

Present FictionsDavid Roberts Art Foundation, London (28-29 March 2014)

Heather Phillipson, Art Brussels (with Rowing Projects), Belgium (24-27 April 2014)*

Nostalgia for something we never even hadCCA/Glasgow International, Glasgow (April 2014)

TTTT, Jerwood Space, London (13 May - 22 June 2014)

Heather Phillipson, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (28 June - 6 September 2014)*

Heather Phillipson, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland (6 September - 9 November 2014)*

Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva, Switzerland (18 - 23 September 2014)

Heather Phillipson, Park Nights, event, Serpentine Gallery, London (September 2014)*

Artist in Residence (2013), with Katrina Palmer, Akerman Dalyhttp://akermandaly.com

TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS

Visiting speaker, MA Fine Art, Goldsmiths University, London (January 2014)

Artist’s talk, New Forms, ICA forum, London (February 2014)

Artist’s talk, Reading University (February 2014)

Artist’s seminar, BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths University, London (March 2014)

Poetry readingBath Spa University, Bath (10 April 2014)

FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS/DVDS

Best British Poetry 2013, edited by Ahren Warner (Salt, 2014)

Cadavere Quotidiano, edited by Paul Becker & Francesco Pedraglio (X-TRA, Los Angeles, 2013), with texts by Ed Atkins, Becky Beasley, Paul Becker, Matthieu Bulte, Alex Cecchetti, Arunja Cecchetti, Simone Ciclitira, Michael Dean, Tim Etchells, Johannes Fa, Melissa Gordon, Alex Graves, Bruce Hainley, Nadia Hebson, Fiona Jardine, Allison Katz, Valentinas Klimasauskas, Jesper List Thomsen, Shana Lutker, Nicholas Matranga, Katrina Palmer, Sion Parkinson, Francesco Pedraglio, Heather Phillipson, Kit Poulson, Chris Sharp, David Steans, Joanne Tatham, Luke Williams, Jonas Zakaitis

Bloomberg New Contemporaries/LUX: A History of Moving Image, DVD, 2013