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Matt Calderwood Biography
1975   Born Northern Ireland
1993 - 1994   Foundation Art and Design, Newcastle College
1994 - 1997   BA(Hons) Fine Art, Sunderland University
Selected Exhibitions
2005   Video London - multiple venues, Barcelona
2005   Matt Calderwood (solo) David Risley Gallery, London, UK
2005   Art Now Lightbox Tate Britain, London, UK
2005   Matt Calderwood, Björn Dahlem, Sophie von Hellermann, Ian Kiaer, Cornelius Quabeck Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland
2005   Under 5s@K3 K3 Project Space, Zurich, Switzerland
2004   One Take Film Festival multiple venues, Zagreb, Croatia
2004   Showcase South London Gallery, London, UK
2004   'First Assembly', The Ragged School, London, UK
2004   'New Blood', The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
2004   'Brand New and Retro' The Empire, London, UK
2004   'Under 5s Vol 1' 39 Mitchell street, London, UK
2003   'Isonerv' 168 Pitfield Street, London, UK
2003   'Lumber Room' ( solo)Taxter and Spengemann, New York, USA
2003   'Corpa Nova' 27 spital square, London, UK
2003   'Homemade Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm', Frankfurt, Germany
2003   'R+D' Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland, UK
2003   'Ponce' The Ship, London, UK
2003   'To What End?' CCS Museum, Bard College, New York, USA
2002   'Andrew Mummery @ Collective Collective Gallery', Edinburgh, UK
2002   'White Middle Class Men' Lewisham Library, London, UK
2002   'Viva Pablo' The Bart Wells Institute, London, UK
2001   'Modern Love' VTO, London, UK
2001   'Gate 13' 11 Lamb Street, London, UK
2001   'Video Screening 03' Zero Arte Contemporanea, Piacenzia, Italy
2001   ‘Teeth and Trousers’ Cell, London, UK
2001   ‘Modern Love’ Hobbypop Museum, Dusseldorf, Germany
2001   ‘And Then There Was The Bad Weather’ David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, USA
2000   ‘Hellseher’ Konkordiastr. 20, Dusseldorf, Germany
2000   ‘Here Comes The Night’ 15c, London, UK
2000   ‘The Armchair Project’ Cinch, London, UK
2000   ‘The Centre of Attention’ Wiltons Music Hall, London, UK
2000   ‘TouchÈ’ Andrew Mummery, London, UK
2000   ‘The Insanity Benefit’ Vilma Gold, London, UK
2000   ‘Point of View’ Richard Salmon Gallery, London, UK
2000   ‘Video screening #1’ VTO, London, UK
2000   ‘Funny’ Andrew Mummery, London, UK
2000   ‘And Then There Was The Bad Weather’ WLF, London, UK
1999   ‘Nerve’ ICA, London, UK
1999   ‘The Windy Nook Chip Shop’ Waygood Gallery, Newcastle, UK
1999   ‘New In Town’ CSKX, London, UK
1999   ‘The Land Beyond The Blue’ The Approach, London, UK
1998   ‘Where Were You’ Rasharkin, London, UK
1998   ‘290 1/4 Pounds (solo)’ Decima Gallery, London, UK
1997   ‘Detention, Suspension, Expulsion’ Fleetwood School, London, UK
1997   ‘Connected’ NGCA, Sunderland, UK
1997   ‘A Fine Line’ Washington Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK
  ‘Video After Diderot’ Dave Beech, Art Monthly, Oct 1999, p.7-10
  ‘2901/4 Pounds’ Michael Petry, Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 19, p.72
  ‘Editorial’ Keith Patrick, Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 19, p.19
  ‘Connected Catalogue’ NGCA, Sunderland 1998
  ‘Brand New and Retro’ Catherine Morland, Contemporary, issue 63, p.76
  ‘Rats To Saatchi’ Kevin O’Sullivan, Daily Mirror, p.20 22 march 2004
  ‘£4,000 is money for my old rope’ Suzy Austin, Metro, p.6 22 march 2004
  ‘Money for old rope (expect a big run on toilet paper art’) Anthony Barnes The Independent on Sunday, p.9 21 march 2004
  Saatchi says’ … Richard Cork, The Times (Weekend Review) p.20-21 20 March 2004
  ‘Brand New & Retro’ Sally O’Reilly, Time Out, march 10-17 2004, p.46
  ‘Young, gifted and British’ John Windsor, Observer, 31 March 2002
  ‘Hellsen ist eine Kunst’ Gudrun Ewald, Coolibri p.50
  ‘Nerve Catalogue’ ICA, London 1999
  ‘Artists Project’ Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 24, p.13