Luke Nairn
mrlukenairn@gmail.com


Selected Exhibitions / Online Projects


2018
Floating Reverie x Postdigital, Kalashnikovv Gallery, Johannesburg

2017
F8 Residency, facebook.com/F8Residency
Poster Commission, Turf Projects & Fungus Press, Croydon
is this it?, Serf, Leeds
isthisit? Issue 1 Launch, http://www.isthisitisthisit.com/issue-1-launch
Are they names if they’re randomly generated, Floating Reverie, https://soundcloud.com/user-319492696

2016
Work Space Pressure, Art Exchange, Colchester
The iPhone Residency, MUESLI, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (Solo)
Sell Out, SEIZE Projects, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds

2015
Cascading Relevant Information, CBS, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
Treat Yo Self, (it’s all) Tropical, Bloc Projects, Sheffield
Common Bodies, East Street Arts, Leeds
Faux Sho, (it’s all) Tropical, Assembly House, Leeds
I Sought Solitude, South Square, Bradford
SPUR Landing Site Commission, spurpublication.co.uk

2014
To Send, VirtualVerbs.com
The Day Job, Hoxton Basement, London
Show But Also Tell, Chinese Visual Festival 2014, King’s College London
1840s GIF Party, Tate Britain, London
Urban Lab Opening, Urban Laboratory, Hong Kong
Alone Together, 15Folds.com

2013
Rubbish Gallery, advertisingexhibitions.co.uk
Synonym, Take Courage Gallery, London

2012
Graduate Summer Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London


Curatorial

Stored in the Depths, isthisit?, http://www.isthisitisthisit.com/stored-in-the-depths, 2017
DVD IS DEAD, http://www.instagram.com/dvdisdead, 2015 – ongoing


Education

BA (hons) Sculpture, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, 2012


Other

Awarded a-n Artist Bursary, 2018
isthisit? Magazine Issue 1, 2017 (Interview)
Checking into Luke Nairn’s dystopian present with these darkly banal accounts of daily life, AQNB, 2017 (Article)
Work Space Pressure: Artist in Conversation, Art Exchange, University of Essex, 2016 (Talk)
Seize’s Sell Out at Set The Controls By Phoebe Bousfield, 2016 (Review)
YAC | Young Artists in Conversation, 2014 (Interview)
A Return to Classicism, Art Critiqued by Bradley Hayman, 2012 (Review)