Wednesday, 30 December 2009


I have a solo exhibition opening on January 19th 2010 at Siobhan Davies Studios, 6.30-8.30pm with performances at 7pm & 8pm of 'Blind Building' to be viewed from outside the London College of Communication tower block. Above is the invitation card
More information here 

Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Who's afraid of the Museum?

Forthcoming exhibition at the Museum Hof van Busleyden in Mechelen, Belgium
16 January 2010 - 18 April 2010

Click here to see the exhibition website

Monday, 21 December 2009

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

RCA Secret 2009

I was involved in the RCA Secret 2009 at the Royal College of Art
13 - 20/11/09, 11am - 6pm, 19/11/09 until 8pm

To see one of my postcards follow click here.

or copy and paste --->

Sunday, 18 October 2009

Belgian Paradise

Saturday - Sunday 17 - 18 October
11am - 8pm 
Studio-Gallery Unit 4
133, Church Walk/ London N16 8QW

Laureates Jan Van Rijswijck Award:
Sarah De Vos
Filip Gilissen
Stijn Vanderveken
Katleen Vinck

+ Artist
Antonio Claudio Carvalho

+ performances by:
Laura Wilson
Poppy Bisdee

Opening and reception: Saturday, October 17th 2009: 4-8pm
Short speeches by
Geert De Proost: Representiative of the Flemmish Government in the UK
Piet Van Roe: Chairman Centre Jan Van Rijswijk  Antwerp
Jan Hoet: Curator and former director SMAK Ghent/ MARTA Herford

Transport: Bus 73 or 276: towards Stoke Newington (bus stop: Clissold Crescent)
More information:

Thursday, 30 July 2009


I will be performing 'Flaming Fusee' at 6.45pm as part of HOP SKIP JUMP at Liquid Studios (part of Hackney Wicked) 
Be great to see you there. 
More information below. 

Friday 31st July 6 - late
Liquid Studios
35 Wallis Road
Hackney Wick

"The world becomes an apparently infinite, yet possibly finite, card game. Image combinations, permutations, comprise the world game" - Jim Morrison 

Hop skip is a show which examines games. We all play them, from the playground to the grave! life is a game! what games would you like to play? how would you like it to begin and end and how many players will they be? some physical games test endurance, stamina, strength, skill, agility and focus, while some test your mental ability. Some say it's the taking part that counts while others need hard fast results! what about the games we play in relationships, do you play the sulk, the jerk or the square? For one night only we have invited artists to make up their own game or make work from existing games. 

Ed will also be opening up his studio with the clear as mud collective!

Featured artists include:

Annie Attridge
Siobhan McAuley
Minou Norouzi
John Tiney 
Sharon Haward 
Skip Theatre 

Douce Angoisse
Pia Arber
Annouchka Bayley and Francesca Dale
Gavin Bennett
Anna Drury 
Phillip Hennessey
Phllip Lee
Samantha Mogelonsky
Cally Trench
Maria Tsartsali
Tim White
Scottish Weirdos 
Laura Wilson

When you get out of Hackney Wick station follow the trail to the Studios...
This show is part of the Hackney Wicked Art Festival
The fabulous Astro Heidi Junkie will be roaming the hallway with strange sweets all night... watch out!!!

Wednesday, 1 July 2009

SHOWFLAT 7: The Annuale


The Annuale

New Work from Mario Borza, Toby Clarkson, Jon Sack, Gail Burton, Laura Wilson. Charlote Jarvis, Hannah Hull, Oliver MacDonald and Marlene Haring

Saturday July 25th 2009 to Sunday August 2nd 2009 10AM to 6PM

Flat Party: Friday July 24th 2009 7PM-12AM


Thursday, 11 June 2009

Reframed at Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Open Gallery: REFRAMED
A unique exhibition bringing together artists from diverse backgrounds

Where: Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich SE10 9LS
Dates: 11- 19 June 2009
Events: Private View 10 June 2009, 6-8pm. Closing event, 19 June 2009 5-7pm
Times: Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm, Saturday, 11am-4pm
Admission: Free, all welcome

Self-taught artists from homeless, addiction and offending backgrounds have been selected to submit artwork for display at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery. This diverse and dynamic group of artists have been making art for a number of years. REFRAMED
 aims to displace the frame of the past that lingers around their work, so that it may transcend the personal histories of its creators.

Conceptual artists practising within a contemporary and highly critical framework will create responses to these artworks, to be incorporated throughout the exhibition. There are no restrictions on how these responses manifest themselves: they may be in any media and engage with any element of the artworks.

REFRAMED will encompass and challenge notions of validity, artistic inclusion, cultural authenticity, and the fetishisation of the outsider. This is a unique opportunity to witness a creative dialogue between two distinct groups of dedicated artists.
With contributions from Simon Anderson, Colin Barrass, Than Clark, Alberto Duman, Ben Eastop, Richard Gildea, Sophie Hope, Hannah Hull, Ibrahim Kirimli, Jamie Lane, Oliver MacDonald, John Reardon, Trish Stevenson, George Westren and Laura Wilson.

REFRAMED is a project by Hannah Hull.
For further information please contact:
079 3252 8888

This project is the sister programme of Open Gallery, a programme of
conceptual art classes for members of Goldsmiths’ Open Book.

Artists have been located in partnership with Cardboard Citizens,
Crisis Skylight, Open Book and St Mungo’s.

Full location: Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich,
Queen Anne Court, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row London SE10 9LS  -
Disabled access.

Rail: Greenwich or Maze Hill / DLR: Cutty Sark
Bus: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199, 386

Thursday, 12 March 2009

50 not out!

Ink on beer mats
Edition of 40 beer mats + 10 APs

Produced on the occasion of  50 NOT OUT


Frog Morris presents...

A retrospective of works by artist Daniel Lehan to celebrate his fiftieth birthday.  Each of Lehan’s works will be performed by another artists in their own inimitable style.

  • Daren Callow
  • Lee Campbell
  • Chloe Cooper
  • Davina Drummond
  • Calum F. Kerr
  • Sister Mercedes
  • Nicholas Morgan
  • Wiebke Morgan
  • Frog Morris
  • Vivienne Soan
  • Laura Wilson
  • Charlotte Young
  • and more...

Entry £3

The Montague Arms,
289 Queens Road, SE15 2PA
Public Transport : New Cross Gate / New Cross Bus Station / Queens Road Peckham

Daniel Lehan has been described as a 'bob a job, odd job kind of artist.'

He has worked on a wide range of visual arts projects, including collaborations with writers, dancers and musicians.  He currently works with galleries and museums to deliver creative projects to children, young adults, the elderly, and those in prison.

Daniel's works often begin with simple instructions that any man, or woman, in the street can follow: ‘Make a sign saying what you want’, ‘write down your darkest thoughts’, ‘collect unusual stories from the newspaper’, ‘draw a pie chart of your emotional life’.

He uses understated calm and reassuring charm to encourage people to interact and create these works with him.  The end products are a rich patchwork of thoughts and ideas gathered up from the minutiae of people’s lives.

For this retrospective to celebrate his 50th Birthday, Daniel has selected some of his artworks and given them to his favorite artists and performers to interpret in their own way. On 12th of March in the Montague Arms, the artists will present a variety show of new live performances, music and poetry inspired by Daniel’s ideas.

At the end of the night, Lehan will present a short lecture entitled ‘What I Have Learnt After 50 Years On This Planet : There are Four Rules For A Successful Life, which the experience of life has taught me …’

The evening takes places in The Montague Arms, which has been described by the London Paper as ‘The best pub in the country’ and was voted number one pub by The Rough Pub Guide : A Celebration of the Great British Boozer. Artist Frog Morris curates an eccentric mix of art, music and comedy on the second Thursday of each month in the pub.

Friday, 2 January 2009

They're coming, Late at Tate



Sections from The War of the Worlds by HG Wells

Duration Approximately 10 minutes

Performance via Skype for Late at Tate at Tate Britain on 2nd January 2009, as part of Publish and Be Damned: Live, Hosted by Kit Hammonds