Approved: 16.08.2006

Tod Hanson

Artist

Approved: 16.08.2006

A world over amplified and speeding up, the telescoping of industrialised environment, consumerism, technology, celebration, waste and war through time.
My current work can also be seen as a combination of past experience gained producing large scale graphic works with Greenpeace UK and painting nightclub interiors. I combine this with my interest in the history and function of architecture, the

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  • Location: London
  • Activities: Public art, Private commissions
  • Categories: Environment, Installation, Intervention, Mixed Media, Painting, Public Art, Sculpture
 

Biography

A world over amplified and speeding up, the telescoping of industrialised environment, consumerism, technology, celebration, waste and war through time. My current work can also be seen as a combination of past experience gained producing large scale graphic works with Greenpeace UK and painting nightclub interiors. I combine this with my interest in the history and function of architecture, the decorative arts and mapping.

CV & Education

Solo exhibitions 2006 - Parlour Collider, painted installation, Jerwood Artists Platform at Cell Project Space, London 2003 - Blank, Globe City Gallery, Newcastle on Tyne Group exhibitions 2011 - Graphic Detour, Museum of Graphic Design, Breda, Holland 2010 - Depot, Vulpes Vulpes, London 2009 - Coalesce, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam 2009 - Dumb Waiter, The James Taylor Gallery in association with Fieldgate Gallery, London 2008 - Pressing Inertia, Spike Island, Bristol Residencies 2004 - Tectonic Dish, Allenheads Contemporary Arts, Allenheads, Northumberland Public commissions 2011 - Horsepower Vault, Tattershall Castle. National Trust, Tattershall, Lincolnshire 2008 - Facade Mural, Merchants Academy , Bristol 2007 - Gable Engine, GLOW festival of light, Newcastle quayside 2006 - Airstrip, installation in tree with painted corrugated plastic, The Big Chill festival, Herefordshire 2006 - Dot Riveted Drawing Room, Painted wooden sculpture, Cragside House, Northumberland 2004 - Fast Track Detour, painted Paper installation, Victoria Baths, Manchester