Nathaniel Mellors

Born in Doncaster, UK, in 1974. Lives and works between Amsterdam and Los Angeles.



Royal College of Art, MA (Sculpture)

The Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art, Oxford University, BFA.




Office for Neanderthal Tourism and Crucifixion, Monitor Lisbon

Estate, Matt’s Gallery, London

Permanent Presents, Frac Bretagne

Me Uomo. Hai paura dell’uomo nero? Museo Burel, Belluno

Nathaniel Mellors: Progressive Rocks, curated by Margot Norton, New Museum, New York

Escape from Neolithic, Monitor, Rome
57th Venice Biennal, Finnish Pavillion, curated by Xander Karskens

Prequel Dump, The Box, Los Angeles, USA

The Sophisticated Neanderthal, Art:Concept, Paris, FR
Hammer Projects: Nathaniel Mellors, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Front Room: Nathaniel Mellors & Jimmy Joe Roche, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore

Recent collaboration before THE SAPROPHAGE, Monitor, Rome
Ourhouse, Episode 3 – The Cure of Folly, Malmö Konsthall, C-salen | Malmö
Ourhouse, Episode 3 feat. BAD COPY, Salle da Bains, Lyon
Art & Humor: What Could Be and What Is, Nathaniel Mellors’ lecture for Frieze Magazine, Wide Open School, Hayward Lecture Theatre, Hayward Gallery, Southbank, London,
Nathaniel Mellors, Ourhouse E3 feat. BAD COPY, Matt’s Gallery, London
Ourhouse Episode 3 feat. BAD COPY, Salle de Bains, Lyon

Nathaniel Mellors, Cobra Museum, Amstelveen, Netherlands
Hypercolon, SMART Projects, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nathaniel Mellors: Ourhouse, I.C.A., London, UK

Ourhouse, De Hallen, Haarlem
The 7 Ages of Britain Teaser, Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
The 7 Ages of Britain Teaser, MONITOR, Rome, Italy

Giantbum, Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Giantbum, Lombard – Freid Projects, New York, US
The Time Surgeon, South London Gallery, London, UK

The Time Surgeon, ArtSway, Sway, Hampshire, UK

Hateball, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, UK

Nathaniel Mellors / Maaike Schoorel, Ibid Projects, Vilnius, Lithuania
Hateball, The Collective, Edinburgh, Scotland
Brain One / Mózg Jeden, Galeria Potocka, Krakow, Poland
The Pink Mist, Playstation, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Profondo Viola, Matt’s Gallery, London, UK

Prince Lightning – The Long Scratch, Touring: The Changing Room,
Stirling, Scotland, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, The Brewery, Kendal

IBID Projects, London (with Dan Perjovschi), London, UK

Black Gold, Matt’s Gallery, London, UK



Maiden Voyage, curated by Mattia Tosti, Monitor Lisbon

Busan Biennale, Korea

Magic Lantern Film Festival, Cinema dei piccoli, Rome
Cave Myths (Endless Spelunking), co-curated by Aveline de Bruin and Xander Karskens, Quinta do Quetzal, Vidigueira, Portugal
Nathaniel Mellors & Erkka Nissinen: Bad Mantra, Matt’s Gallery, London

Low Form. Immaginari e visioni nell’era dell’intelligenza artificiale, curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, MAXXI, Rome, IT

Beyond future is past, Kunsthalle MünsterMünster, DE

Nothing happens twice: Artists explore the absurdity of life, Harris Museum, Preston, UK

The Great Acceleration, Taipei Biennal, Taiwan

Ghost in the System – Scenarios fro Resistance, curated by Xander Karsken and Irina Gorlova, NCCA, Moscow, Russia
What’s the first thing you’re going to when you get your new arms put on?, Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris, FR

Radical Languages, The Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor Cricoteka | Krakow, Poland
Panegyric, Forde, Geneva

British Art Show 7 – In The Days of the Comet, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
PQ2011 – Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, Prague
La Biennale di Venezia – 54th International Art Exhibition – ILLUMinations curated by Bice Curiger
Un’Espressione Geografica, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy
Narrative Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK
The Big Society, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
Thinking Through Cinema (Deep Red), LUX Projects, Glasgow, Scotland
British Art Show 7 – In The Days of the Comet, Hayward Gallery, London, UK

British Art Show 7 – In The Days of the Comet, Nottingham City Art Gallery, Notthingam, UK
More Pricks Than Kicks, David Roberts Foundation, London, UK
Hey, We’re Closed! – Hayward Gallery, London, UK
Thinking Through Cinema (Deep Red), Artissima, LUX Projects, Turin, Italy

Contour 2009, 4th Biennial of Moving Image, Mechelen, Belgium
Art & Research 2008, Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
The Time Surgeon, ArtSway’s New Forest Pavilion, Palazzo Zenobio, Venice Biennale, Italy
Altermodern, Tate Triennial 2009, Tate Britain, London,UK
Out of Line, Lombard-Freid Projects, New York, USA

Art Now, curated by Ryan Gander, Tate Britain, London, UK
Deep Screen – Art in Digital Culture: Proposal for Municipal Acquisition 08, Stedelijk Museum CS (SMCS), Amsterdam, Netherlands
Agrifashionistas, Grizedale Arts / A Foundation, Rochelle School, London, UK

Expect Nothing, Gallery for One, Dublin, Ireland
Open 2007, Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands
00s THE HISTORY OF A DECADE THAT HAS NOT yet BEEN NAMED, Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France
The Present Order is the Disorder of the Future, De Hallen Haarlem
Design for Living, Initial Access, Wolverhampton
The Return of the Seven Samurai, Galerie Lucy Mackintosh, Lausanne
Final Exhibition at 4 Clifford Street, Alison Jacques Gallery, London
The Scandinavian Underground…here…now, De Praktijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Minotaur Blood, Jonathan Vyner / Fortescue Avenue, London, UK
Tokyo Rambo, Virtually Grizedale, A Foundation, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK
Sculpture Garden, Phoenix Garden, London, UK

Encore, Byuk Londra Oteli, Istanbul Biennial, Istambul Turkey
If You’re Feeling Sinister…, Alona Kagan, New York, US
Offside, Dublin Municipal Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland

Romantic Detachment, PS1, New York, US
Trailer, Man in the Holocene, London, UK
Distribution Fair (with Junior Aspirin Records), Cubitt Gallery, London, UK
No-How, The Collective, Edinburgh, Scotland

Pod War (The Landscape Critics), Leave The Capitol: Frieze Art Fair Film and Video Programme, London
We’ll Meet You In The Lobby, Buyuk Londra Oteli, Istanbul
Someplace Unreachable, IBID Projects, London
Spiritual Hunger, Daniel Silverstein, New York, USA
Senso Unico. Italia Telecom Future Centre, Venice, Italy
Bootleg, Spitalfields Market, London, UK
Roadshow, Touring: Grizedale Arts, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham,UK
Blennau Festinniog, Wales, Lickey Hills, Birmingham, D.J.C.A.D., Dundee

Lets Roll, Apex Arts, New York, US
Junior Aspirin Promotional Video, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam,

Band in Crisis, Cooper Gallery, D.J.C.A.D., Dundee (with Skill 7 Stamina 12)
It Rocks But Gently, Folly Gallery, Lancaster
An Elephant Station, Vilma Gold Gallery, London
MA Degree Show, Royal College of Art Sculpture School, London
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2000, Milton Keynes Gallery, UK
Cornerhouse, Manchester; Inverleith House, Edinburgh, Scotland

Additional Research Into the Phenomenon, Glasgow ProjectRoom, Scotland

New Contemporaries ’99, Exchange Flags Building, Liverpool
Biennial of Contemporary Art; South London Gallery
We Are Safe and Well, 4 Elephant Lane, London

Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough, Custard Factory, Birmingham



Performa Biennial 2011, different venues, New York, US

Fun Palace (with Junior Aspirin Records), Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
MEGACOLON / For & Against Language (lecture), L’Ecole de Stephanie, K.W. Institute, Berlin

Volatile Dispersal, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK

The Ill-Tempered Manifesto, Manifesto Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Nought to Sixty, I.C.A., London (Junior Aspirin Records performance), UK

OHR, Virtually Grizedale, A Foundation, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK
Tokyo Rambo, Tokyo- Ikebukuro Festival of International Art, Tokyo, Japan
Mysterius Horse, Itchy Park, London (with Dan Fox), UK

The Landscape Critics Limp, Modern Art Oxford (with Ashley Marlowe), Oxford, UK



The seven ages of Britain Teaser, BBC 1. broadest 21st, 2010

Montehermoso Visual Arts Grant 08

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam

Production Residency, ArtSway, Sway, Hampshire

Berwick Gymnasium Fellowship, Berwick-Upon-Tweed

Grizedale Arts Production Residency, Ambleside



The Seven Ages of Britain Teaser, BBC 1 broadcast 9pm, Sunday 21st March, 2010, UK.
4 Art: Ann Demeester over Nathaniel Mellors, AVRO Kunstuur Ned2, broadcast 18 December 2010, Netherlands.

Slot Art ‘Lancaster Fishmonger Complaint’ (with Barney Mellors), 3 minute
commission for Channel 4, UK



Joerg Heiser ‘Postcards from Venice No.5 – Surrealist Pro-Enactments’, Frieze
Editors’ Blog, 6th June 2011
Caoimhín Mac Giolla Leíth and Ned Beauman, ‘British Art Show 7’, Frieze, Issue 136, Jan-Feb 2011
Laura Mclean-Ferries, ‘National Treasures’, The Independent, 21th February 2011
Ossian Ward, ‘British art burns bright’, Time Out, 3 March 2011
Steven Cairns, Critics Picks – London,, May 2011
Isabel Stevens, ‘Object lessons’, Sight and Sound, May 2011
Brian Logan, ‘Ourhouse gives art & comedy a twisted new home’, The Guardian, Thursday 10th March
Skye Sherwin, ‘Nathaniel Mellors – London’, The Guardian Guide, Exhibitions, P.39, Saturday 5th March – Friday 11th March
Coline Milliard, ‘Nathaniel Mellors – The British artist brings television into the gallery’ , Modern Painters, March 2011

Sean Ashton, ‘British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet’, Map # 24, Winter
Francis McGee, ‘Interview with Nathaniel Mellors’, Metropolis M, 2010 No.5 Oct-Nov
Jacky Wullschlager, ‘Caviar and chewing gum’, Financial Times, 30 October 2010
Laura Cumming, ‘Comic, historic, poetic, clever’, The Observer, 31 October 2010
Adrian Searle, ‘Have I got spews for you’, The Guardian, 26 October 2010
Hans Den Hartog Jager, ‘Mellors vruchtbare verwarring’, NRC Handelsblad, 19 October 2010
Wim Noordhoek, ‘Nathaniel Mellors(2)’, Avondlog, VPRO boeken, 7 October 2010
Wim Noordhoek, ‘Nathaniel Mellors (1)’, Avondlog, VPRO boeken, 2 October 2010
Artist’s Project, Frieze, Issue 133, September 2010, p.103 – 107
‘Our House’, JFK Update, Aug-Sept 2010, p.189
Colin Perry, ‘Gargantuesque Mellors’, Catalogue, Issue 4
Joerg Heiser, ‘Berlin Highlights’, Frieze editor’s blog, April 2010

Ann Landi, “Critic’s Pick: Nathaniel Mellors,” ARTnews, Issue 8, September 2009: 128.
Hans den Hartog Jager, ‘Het helemaal begrijpen, dat lukt niemand’, NRC NEXT, Friday 2 October 2009
Mick Peter, ‘Nathaniel Mellors & The Story of Castle Hateball’, Zero-Deux,Summer 2009, No. 50, P.72-73
Tyler Coburn, ‘Nathaniel Mellors, Giantbum, Lombard-Freid Projects, New York’, Art:Review, June 2009
Matthew Collings, ‘Getting to the Heart of God’s Bottom’, Modern Painters, May 2009
Edgar Schmitz, ‘Tate Triennial 2009’, Artforum, May 2009
Benjamin Sutton, ‘Wicked Artsy: Chelsea’s Multiplying Robot Armies’, The L Magazine, 28.4.09
Nickolas Lambrianou, ‘Altermodern: Movement or Marketing?’, Mute Culture & Politics After the Net, Vol.2, No.11
Jonathan Jones, ‘This Altermodern Love’, Jonathan Jones On Art Blog, The Guardian on-line, 17th April
Jorg Heiser, ‘Altermodern,-Tate Triennial’, frieze ,April 2009
Colin Perry, ‘Altermodern – Tate Triennial’, Art Monthly, March 2009
Dan Fox, ‘Altercritics’, frieze Editor’s Blog, February 2009
Nicolas Bourriaud, interview, Metropolis M, February 2009
Stefano Collicelli Cagol, ‘What Words Don’t Say’, domus *921, January
Charles Darwent, Altermodern: Tate Triennial, Independent on Sunday, 8th February
Waldemar Januszczak, ‘The Tate: Pompous, arrogant and past it?’, Sunday Times, February 8th 2009
Coline Milliard, A Trans-National Triennial?, artnet, 12.2.09
Adrian Searle, Altermodern review: ‘The richest and most generous triennial yet’, The Guardian, Tuesday 3rd February
“Picture of the Day’, The Daily Mirror, Tuesday 3rd February, P.2
Andy Hunt, ‘New Journeys in a Teeming Universe’, Tate etc.,
Spring 2009, Issue 15
‘Exhibition preview: Nathaniel Mellors / Superflex’, Guardian Guide,
Sat 3rd Jan
‘Event Review: Nathaniel Mellors is the New Time Lord’, More Milk Yvette, 9th January
‘Tate Triennial 2009, Tom Morton interviews Nicolas Bourriaud’, frieze, January 2009

Melissa Gronlund, Focus London, Flash Art International *262 October 2008
Louise Cohen, ‘Meet The Art World’s Stars of Tomorrow’, The Times, 4th October
Jonathan Griffin, The Way in Which it Landed, frieze, August 2008
Louisa Buck, Matt’s Gallery – Gallery Profile, Art World Issue 5 June/July 2008
Katherine Jones, The Learning Curve – Profile, Printmaking Today, Volume 17 No2 Summer
Boekman – Tijdschrift voor kunst, cultuur en beleid, *75, Summer 2008, p.36 Tim Stott, ‘Clarke and McDevitt present: Expect Nothing’, Art Review, March 08
Francis McKee, ‘Biennials / Survey Shows’, frieze *112, Jan – Feb 08
Kate Bush, ‘Lyon Biennial 2007’, Artforum, Jan 08

Ryan Gander, ‘Best of 2007 – The Artsist’s Artist’, Artforum, Dec 07
Melissa Gronlund, ‘Lyon Biennial 2007’, Art Review:, Nov 07
Charlotte Huddleston, ART iT, ‘Lyon Biennial 2007: 00s – The History of Art Decade That Has Not Yet Been Named’, No.17 Fall – Winter 07
Elena Vozmediano, El Cultural, La Decada 00s en Lyon, 1 – 7 Nov 07
Art Review:,’ Manifesto – Nathaniel Mellors’, October, Issue 15
Jessica Lack, Guardian Guide, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, 6.10.07
Ian Hunt, ‘No Audience for Art in Berwick?’, Art Monthly, June, #307
Everett True, ‘Skill 7 Stamina 12’, Plan B Magazine, March 07
Michael Bracewell, ‘The Compiler’, The Wire, March 07

Martin Herbert, ‘Beyond Video’, Art Review, Issue 08/February p.78-79
Jennifer Higgie, ‘Best of 2006’, frieze #104, Jan-Feb
Everett True, ‘Albums’, Plan B Magazine, Dec 06 – Jan 07
Eliza Williams, ‘London’, Flash Art International # 249, July-September
Artist’s Project, Untitled, #38, Summer 2006, p.36-37
Steve Beasley, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, Untitled, #38, Summer 2006, p.54
Martin Herbert, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, Artforum, May
Ossian Ward, ‘Nathaniel Mellors: Hateball’, Modern Painters, April
Graham Hassell, ‘Prisoners of art’, What’s On In London, February
Jessica Lack, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, Guardian Guide, February
Jane Morris and Gareth Harris, The Art Newspaper, February

‘Hateball’, A.N. Magazine, September
Jessica Lack , Guardian G2, Critic’s Pick – ‘Hateball’, July
Wieteke van Zeil Volkskrant, ‘Psychedelica om te ontregelen’, Wed 2nd March, p.15
Jean Wainwright , interview with Nathaniel Mellors, Audio Arts – CD magazine
Cameron Irving, ‘Profondo Viola’, Untitled #33, Spring
Sally O Reilly, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, frieze #88, Jan-Feb
HIMTM, ‘Skill 7 Stamina 12’, Winter 04-05, p.20

The Guardian, ‘Critic’s Pick’, October
Emily Pethick, ‘Critic’s Choice’ – London , Artforum Online, Sep/Oct
Tom Morton, ‘The Mighty Mellors’, Arena, September
The Wire, ‘Alt Rock’, August
Tom Morton, ‘Agenda 06_04’, Arena, June 2
Tom Morton, ‘The Arena O2 X Club Nominees’, Arena, Feb

Edgar Schmitz, ‘Someplace Unreachable’, Kunstforum p.345/6, Nov/Dec
Catherine Wood, ‘Roadshow’, Art Monthly, September
Fashion UK Magazine, ‘Mellors’ Music Man Art’, 22.8.03
Jessica Lack, ‘Bootleg’, The Guardian Guide, July 12-18
Robert Clark, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, The Guardian Guide, June 28 – July 4
‘Prince Lightning – The Long Scratch’, Previews, A-N Magazine, July
Richard Smirke, ‘Rap Star from the Sticks’, Metro, June 13
‘Inside the Mind of a Pop Icon’, Leigh Reporter, June 12

Tom Morton, ‘Dan Perjovschi Nathaniel Mellors’, Untitled, Autumn
Gabriel Coxhead, ‘Dan Perjovschi Nathaniel Mellors’, Contemporary, July/August
Morgan Falconer, ‘Dan Perjovschi Nathaniel Mellors’, What’s On, April
Sally O’Reilly, ‘Dan Perjovschi Nathaniel Mellors’, Time Out, April 17–24

Mark Harris, ‘London Pats Itself on the Back’, NY Arts, Vol.4, May
Dan Fox, ‘London’, B.T. – Bujitsu Techu, May
Michael Ellis. ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, frieze #59, May
Michael Wilson, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, Art Monthly, April
Simon Pooley, ‘Tube Jerk’,Varsity Magazine, March
John McEwen, Sunday Telegraph, March
Martin Herbert, ‘Nathaniel Mellors’, Time Out, 14-21 March
Nick Hackworth, ‘Sinister Side of the Gameshow’, The Evening Standard, 13th March
Stephen Palmer, ‘Black Gold’, [a-n] Magazine, March
Charlie Ayres, Previews – London, Art Review, Volume LIII, March
Simon Pooley, ‘Black Gold’, The Independent on Sunday, Culture, Supplement, 25th February

Charlotte Mullins, ‘Editor’s Letter’, Art Review, July/August
Richard Dorment, ‘From Wit to Witlessness’, Daily Telegraph, 28thJune



Urgent’, Nathaniel Mellors, Metropolis M, 2009 No. 6 Jan /Feb

‘Brain 2 – A Script by Nathaniel Mellors’. MAP, Issue 17, Spring 2009, P.96

‘Renegade – The Lives & Tales of Mark E. Smith’, frieze, September 2008

‘The Empire Strikes Back – Country Teasers’, frieze, September 2006

‘Revolutions per Minute – Nathaniel Mellors on Mark Leckey’, Frieze, October 2001



Roland – The ICA’s Magazine, Issue 9, February – May 2011
Nathaniel Mellors – Book A or MEGACOLON or For & Against Language, John C. Welchman, Mick Peter & Nathaniel Mellors, Onomatopee Publishing (monograph)
British Art Show 7 – In The Days of the Comet, Tom Morton & Lisa Le Feuvre,
Hayward Gallery Publishing. (exhibition catalogue)
Wire Tapper *23 (with Advanced Sportswear), free audio CD with Wire magazine 314 / April 2010

Nathaniel Mellors – Giantbum, Newsletter No.110, Jelle Bouwhuis, Nicolas
Bourriaud, John C. Welchman, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (exhibition catalogue)
Serpentine Gallery Manifesto Marathon, Serpentine Gallery / Koenig Books (exhibition catalogue)
Altermodern, Nicolas Bourriaud, Tate publishing (exhibition catalogue)
The Time Surgeon, Anne-Sophie Dinant questions Nathaniel Mellors, booklet accompanying South London Gallery special event

ASP 016 – God in Hackney – lathe-cut 8” triangular record, Junior Aspirin Records, (Edition 50)
ASP 014 – Split 12” (Junior Aspirin Records) Skill 7 Stamina 12, Sam
Things, Toilet (Edition 200)
Nathaniel Mellors interviews Bob Parks – booklet accompanying Bob Parks’ solo exhibition at ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam
Deep Screen – Art in Digital Culture: Proposal for Municipal Acquisition 08, Stedelijk Museum CS (SMCS), Amsterdam

Nathaniel Mellors – B.OK, text + work / the Arts Institute at Bournemouth
Biennale de Lyon 2007, JRP-Ringier (exhibition catalogue)
The Artist’s Joke, The Whitechapel Gallery & The MIT Press, Documents of
Contemporary Art, Edited by Jennifer Higgie
Toilet – CDR (ASP 011)
Mysterius Horse – CDR (ASP 010)
Skill 7 Stamina 12 – Skill 7 Stamina Dead LP (ASP 009)
Uncle Chop Chop #3, published by John Beagles and Graham Ramsay
Tokyo-Ikebukuro Festival of International Art, exhibition catalogue

Remove Celebrity Centre – A Junior Aspirin Records Compilation CD

Offside, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Guestroom, Static Commotion, God In Hackney – Nasal Sex Joke. Magazine + CD curated by Dosensos
Skill 7 Stamina 12 & Socrates That Practices Music split 12” single, (ASP 007)
God In Hackney – CDR 25 copies (ASP 004) (Nathaniel Mellors & Andy Cooke)

Profondo Viola, exhibition catalogue, first 1000 copies include free one-sided
7” ‘Moondoghuis’, Matt’s Gallery, London
Skill 7 Stamina 12 – Robotics With Strings CD (ASP 003)
Prince Lightning – The Long Scratch (Audio CD & Vinyl LP), Grizedale Arts

UNICEF Contemporary Art Diary 2004, UNICEF
Anyway, Alberta Press, London
‘Freddie Mercury and Cousin at Logan Place’, Edition of 12 painted records + CD of Music, Bootleg, Spitalfields Market, London

Roadshow, exhibition catalogue, Grizedale Arts
Skill 7 Stamina 12 / Zebra Zebra, 7” single (ASP 001) published by Cooper Gallery, D.J.C.A.D.

Black Gold Guide, multiple, collaboration with Dan Fox, Matt’s Gallery, London

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2000

New Contemporaries ’99
Musoc projects

God in Hackney (with Andy Cooke)

2002 – 08
Skill 7 Stamina 12 (with Dan Fox, Ashley Marlowe, Nathaniel Mellors, Maaike Schoorel)

Junior Aspirin Records

1992 – 2003
Conemelt, Corridor, Faderlippers, Leg Action, The Cartridge Family, Floating Bloke, The Secret Order, (with Ashley Marlowe, Grant Newman and Chris Baker)

1989 – 1991
Palm Sunday Tapes – various industrial music projects with Grant Newman

Autobutcher (with Simon Johns, Ashley Marlowe, Grant Newman and others)

The New Sharp (with Simon Johns)



Core Tutor – Piet Zwart Institute, Willem De Kooning Academy, Rotterdam

Visiting Tutor , Goldsmiths MA Art Writing London
Visiting Tutor, M.A. Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London

Senior Lecturer – Leeds Metropolitan University, Contemporary Art Practices