Dryden Goodwin

Dryden Goodwin

Born in Bournemouth, UK in 1971
Lives and works in London


The Slade School of Fine Art, BA Hons in Fine Art

Erasmus exchange, Stand Institut der Neuen Medien, Frankfurt, Germany

Solo Exhibitions/Projects (selected)

Breathe - Projected from the roof of St Thomas' Hospital, London, next to Westminster Bridge and opposite the Houses of Parliament - Commissioned by 'Invisible Dust'

Coax - Fotoforum West, Innbruck, Austria
Coax - Raum mit Licht, Vienna, Austria

Linear - Commissioned by Art on the Underground - 60 pencil portraits of Jubilee Line Staff and 60 films recording the drawings being made. Over one year, Linear will be presented across the London Underground network on poster sites, leaflets and digital video dislays, with exhibition sites at Southwark, London Bridge and Stanmore Underground stations and an online exhibition of all 60 films.

Commission for the Who am I? Gallery at the Science Museum, London
Cast - Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden

Cast - Photographer's Gallery, London

Flight - Feldman Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA

Dryden Goodwin - Portrait Perspectives, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
Sustained Endeavour, Exhibition of portrait of Sir Steve Redgrave commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery, London for the national collection
Flight - Chisenhale Gallery, London

Dryden Goodwin - Pro-Arte, St Petersburg, Russia
Repton A.B.C, collaborative book project and exhibition with Tony Grisoni, Woburn Square, Slade School of Fine Art, London

Dryden Goodwin, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
Draw in/Draw out, New Art Gallery, Walsall
Stay, Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset

Dilate, Manchester Art Gallery, Film and Video Umbrella commission
Reveal, Lacock Abbey Wiltshire, Picture This and South West Screen commission

Closer (3 screen Video Installation), Art Now commission, Tate Britain, London

Dryden Goodwin - Wait, Drawn to Know, Stephen Friedman Gallery London

Dryden Goodwin - New Work, Galerie Frahm, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dryden Goodwin - Recent Video Work, Mid-Pennine Arts, Lancashire

SOLO X 9: Artists in Clerkenwell, Berry House, London

Group Exhibitions (selected)

Everything Flows: The Art of Being in the Zone - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, inclu:Roderick Buchanan, Cornford & Cross, Susan Pui San Lok and Dryden Goodwin. Exhibited newly commissioned film 'Poised'.
The World in London, Photographers' Gallery, An offsite exhibition showing Victoria Park, London. Coinciding with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, this project set out to bring together 204 portraits of 204 Londoners, each originating from one of the competing nations.
Exquisite Forest, Tate Modern, Featured Artist - contributing a 'seed' animation part of a collaborative drawing project devised by Tate Modern and Google.
Poetry of Motion, National Portrait Gallery, London.
Courtship of the Peoples, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London.
Born in 1987: The Animated GIF, on 'The Wall' at the Photographers' Gallery, London. The exhibition features over 40 GIF images by practitioners from a range of creative disciplines.
Canary Wharf Screen, Flight part of Animate Projects programme Moving Up, 31 May - 26 August 2012.
Canary Wharf Screen, Closer part of Film and Video Umbrella's programme The City in the City, 1 Mar - 27 May 2012.
Flight and the Artistic Imagination - The Art Galleries, Compton Verney, Warwickshire.

Images of the Mind - Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic.
The Half Shut Door: Artists' Soundtracks - with Stefan Bruggemann, Joao Onofre, Hans Op de Beeck.

Grand National - Art from Britain, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway, Curated by Charles Danby, artists include: Annie Attridge, Bank, Glenn Brown, Lynn Chadwick, Marcus Coates, Keith Coventry, Shezad Dawood, Jeremy Deller, Jack Duplock, Angus Fairhurst, Saul Fletcher, Gwen John, Paul Graham, Douglas Gordon, Chrome Hoof, Isaac Julien, Derek Jarman, Emma Kay, Le Gun, Andrew Mania, Alastair Mackinven, Cornelia Parker, Rebecca Warren, Mark Wallinger.

Pattern Recognition, The City Gallery, Leicester, artists include: Philip Allen, Rana Begum, boredomresearch, Pogus Caesar, Layla Curtis, Penny Davis, Graham Dolphin, Martin Fletcher Systems House, Lesley Halliwell, Andy Harper, Gemma Holt, Aisha Khalid, Bernard Leach, Edwin Li, Roy Lichtenstein, Max Mosscrop, Eduardo Paolozzi, Hetain Patel, Abigail Reynolds, Lucy Rie, Bridget Riley, Dieter Roth, Ed Ruscha, Kim Rugg, Mahbub Shah, Conrad Shawcross, Robert Smithson, Alison Turnbull, Victor Vasarely, Carey Young, David Watkins
London Calling - Who Gets to Run the World, British Contemporary Art, Hanjiyun Contemporary Space, Beijing, China artists incl: Phillip Allen, David Batchelor, Martin Creed, Dryden Goodwin, Peter McDonald, Simon Payne, Nathaniel Rackowe, Conrad Shawcross, Guy Sherwin, Rob Smith, Gary Webb
London Calling - Who Gets to Run the World, British Contemporary Art, Total Museum, Seoul, Korea, artists incl:Philip Allen, David Batchelor, Fiona Banner, Martin Creed, Peter McDonald, Nathaniel Rackowe, Gary Webb
Figuring Landscapes, Launched - Tate Modern, London - Exhibited: Dundee Contemporary Arts; FACT, Liverpool; Vivid, Birmingham; Showroom, Sheffield; Glimmer, The 7th Hull International Short Film; Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff; Site Festival, Stroud Valley Artspace; Cinecity - Brighton Film Festival; Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Irland; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, Australia; Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia.

Figuring Landscapes, Premiered - ArtSway, New Forest
With the Hand in Mind, Princeton University Museum, Exhibited with Jacco Olivier

Global Cities, Tate Modern, London.
Sporting Lives: Contemporary Portraits of Athletes and Olympians, National Portrait Gallery, London

Frank Cohen Collection, New Art Gallery, Walsall
'His Life is Full of Miracles....', Site Gallery, Sheffield
Animators, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, artists incl: Ann Course, Katy Dove, Simon Faithfull, Paul Morrison, Vong Phaophanit & Claire Oboussier
Strangers with Angelic Faces, Akbank, Istanbul, Turkey, artists incl: Shona Illingworth, Paul Eachus, Rachael Lowe, Denizhan Ozer, Harold Offeh, Simon Faithfull
Strangers with Angelic Faces, Space, London

10 year Anniversary Exhibition, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, artists incl: Stephan Balkenhol, Mamma Andersson, Tom Friedman, Kendell Geers, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jim Hodges, Corey McCorkle, Beatriz Milhazes, Donald Moffett, Yoshitomo Nara, Rivane Neuenschwander, Catherine Opie, Yinka Shonibare, David Shrigley, Paul McDevitt, Mark Grotjahn, Robert Beck
Cross Town Traffic, Apeejay New Media Gallery, New Delhi, India, artists incl: David Hall, Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller, Kristin Lucas, Mark Lewis, Judith Godard, Superflex
Animators, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
Appearance, Whitehall Waterfront, Leeds, artists incl: George Barber, Richard Billingham, Jason Brooks, Stuart Croft, Tom Hunter, Diane Howse and Gavin Turk curated by Diane Howse

Film and Video Umbrella's Unlimited Edition, Galleries: BCA Gallery, Bedford; Mission Gallery, Swansea; Millais Gallery, Southampton. Artists incl: Roderick Buchanan, Smith/Stewart, Jayne Parker, George Barber, Michael Curran, Jane & Louise Wilson, Breda Beban & Hrvoje Horvatic, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Gillian Dyson, Monika Oechsler, Alan Currall, Isaac Julien and Graham Wood

Clandestine, 50th Venice Biennale, Italy, curated by Director Francesco Bonami in the Arsenale
Century of Artists' Film in Britain, Tate Britain, London, UK (2003/2004)
Cathedral Camera, Baltic, Gateshead, England, commissioned by Canon Bill Hall and The Chaplaincy of the Arts and Recreation. Artists incl: John Riddy, John Kippen and Marketa Luskacova
Sanctuary, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland, arists incl: Louise Bourgeois, Leon Golub, Anthony Gormley, Jenny Holzer, Vik Muniz, Sherin Neshat, David Shrigley, Bill Viola, Mark Wallinger

Reality Check, British Council and Photographer's Gallery international touring exhibition
August to October 2002 at the Moderna Galeria, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
October to December 2002 14, Warf Road, London (UK)
January to February 2003 House of Artists, Zagreb (Croatia)
March to June 2003 Rudolfinum, Prague (Czech Republic)
June to July 2003 The Bunkier Gallery Cracow (Poland)
October to November 2003 at Arsenals, Riga (Romania)
artists incl: Roderick Buchanan, David Shrigley, Keith Tyson, Saskia Olde Wolbers
Film and Video Umbrella's Unlimited Edition, Kings Lynn arts Centre, Kings Lynn

Fantastic Recurrence Of Certain Situations, Canal de Isabel II, Madrid/Spain curated by the Photographers Gallery London, artists incl: Corinne Day, Julie Henrey, Steven Pippin, Sophy Rickett, David Shrigley, Keith Tyson and Shizuka Yokomizo
Film and Video Umbrella's Unlimited Edition, Shrewsbury Museum & Art gallery Shrewsbury

Drawing, Stephen Friedman Gallery London, exhibition with other gallery artists
Video Positive - The Other Side of Zero, Tate Gallery Liverpool - 1 of 3 gallery commissions, artists incl: Monica Oechsler and AK Dolven, commissioned by FACT:Foundation for Art and Creative Technology

Video Cult/ures, ZKM, Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany, artists incl: Doug Aitkin, Sam-Taylor Wood, Pipolotti Rist, Tony Oursler and Shirin Neshat
Traffic, Site Gallery, Sheffield, Gallery commission, artists incl: Julien Opie, Nick Waplington, Augusto Alves da Silva
Ikon Touring Exhibition, Birmingham and surrounding regions, other artists featured as part of the touring exhibitions programme incl. Adam Chodzko, Jake Tilson and David Shrigley

The Pandaemonium Festival, LUX Gallery, London, 1 of 5 gallery commissions, other commissions: Tracey Emin, Smith & Stewart, Clio Barnard and Thompson & Craighead
Paved With Gold, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, gallery commission, funded by the Arts Council of England, artists incl: Hannah Collins, Rut Blees Luxemberg, Lisa Milroy, Walter Sicket, John Riddy, Kathy Prendergast, Roger Mayne
Reel Fiction, Wigmore Fine Art, London, artists incl: Torie Begg, Stefan Banz,Stephen Westfall

Pulse, Video programme selected by Gillian Wearing, Serpentine Gallery Book shop, London and the Lux Gallery, London, programme incl: Beat Streuli, Robert Mapplethorpe, Henry Bond, Tony Hill, Derek Jarman & Raphael Montanez Ortiz.
The New Contemporaries '97, Corner House, Manchester/Camden Arts Centre, London/CCA, Glasgow

Prato Museum of Contemporary Art, Collaborative installation with other members of Fabrica.

Public Collections

MoMA, New York, USA
Tate Collection, London
Arts Council of England, London
The British Library, London
Unilever, London

Publications and Catalogues (selected)

Drawing Projects - An Exploration of the Language of Drawing, published by Black Dog Publishing, Authors Mick Maslen, Jack Southern - including Cornelia Parker, Dryden Goodwin, Claude Heath, William Kentridge and Keith Tyson. Each artist comments on the value of drawing in their own work, opening up discussions on how we view life, art and the story that is told when the two are combined. This comprehensive study of the art of drawing provides both a commentary on leading contemporary practitioners and a how to explore drawing style approach to the art form, celebrating drawing as the process of seeing made visible. 240 pages ISBN13: 978 1 907317 25 5

Cast, Monograph published by Steidl and Photowork in association with The Photographer's Gallery, with essays by Steven Bode, David Chandler and Camilla Brown ISBN 978-3-86521-727-1
BS1, A publication to document BS1 a two year programme of creative interventions in response to the evolution of Cabot Circus, Bristol - from building site to retail centre. Published by InSite Arts Ltd 2009 ISBN 9 78-0-954 7300-9-3
The Judith Rothschild Foundation Comtemporary Drawings Collection Catalogue Raisonne, published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA ISBN: 9 780870 707513
Dryden Goodwin in Converstion with barney Dicker. Animation: an interdisciplinary journal 123. Sage publications ISSN 1746-8477 Volume 4 issue 3 November 2009

Figuring Landscapes, Artists' moving image from Australia and the UK, Edited by Catherine Elwes, Eu Jin Chua and Steven Ball ISBN 978-1-84638-047-1

the EYE - Dryden Goodwin , A documentary film, made and released by Illuminations. Other documentaries in series incl: Martin Creed, Tracy Emin, Gilbert+George, Anthony Gormley, Mona Hatoum, Anish Kapoor, Michael Landy, Chris Ofili, Sam Taylor-Wood &, Mark Wallinger www.illuminationsmedia.co.uk/theEye
A History of Artists' Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004, Published by the British Film Institute written by David Curtis ISBN-1-84457-096-7
Portrait Now, published by the National Portrait Gallery, written by Sandy Nairne and Sarah Howgate ISBN-13: 9780300115246 ISBN: 0300115245
The Body in Architecture, 010 Publishers, Edited by Deborah Hauptmann ISBN 978 90 6450 568 3
Strangers with Angelic Faces, Published by Akbank

Dryden Goodwin - Minigraph DVD - selected works 1994-2004, published by Film and Video Umbrella ISBN 1-90427-004-2

Sanctuary - Contemporary Art and Human Rights, Published Glasgow Museums
Film Art Phenomena, Published by University of California Press written by Nicky Hamlyn ISBN: 978-0-85170-972-7 ISBN-10: 0-85170-972-9
Dryden Goodwin - Minigraph, monograph with essays by Sean Cubitt and Sophie Howarth, published by Film and Video Umbrella. Minigraph's are a series of publications devoted to contemporary artists based in the UK working with film and video ISBN 1-90427-004-2. Other books in the series incl: Jane and Louise Wilson, John Wood and Paul Harrison, Isaac Julien, Smith/Stewart, Thomson & Craighead, Michael Curran and George Barber

Reality Check - Recent Developments in British Photography and Video, Published by The British Council ISBN 0 86355 504 7

The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations, Published by The Photographers Gallery & The British Council

The Other Side of Zero - Video Positive 2000, Published by FACT

Dryden Goodwin - Recent Video Work, Published by Mid Penine Arts
Video Cult/ures - Multimedia installations of the 90s Published by ZKM, Karlsruhe, Dumont Buchverlag, Cologne
COIL, number 8, Published by COIL supported by ACE, Channel 4, LFVA
TRANSCRIPT, Volume 3 Issue 3, Published by School of Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art

SOLO x 9: Artists in Clerkenwell, Published by EC ARTS and Wigmore Fine Art
Paved with Gold, Published by Kettle's Yard
Reel Fiction, Published by Wigmore Fine Art

Awards and Residencies

Bs1 Residency, Bristol, during the building of Cabot Circus retail centre. 1 of 6 artists (incl: Dan Perjovschi, Leo Fitzmaurice and Marie-Jeanne Hoffner) invited to participate as part of the Bs1 project. Bs1 was devised by Neville Gabie who was the artist in residence during the build from 2006 to 2008. Sam Wilkinson of InSite Arts worked closely with Neville Gabie to develope Bs1

Historic Sites Residency at Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Archive, with Picture This, Bristol

NESTA Fellowship (National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts)

Research Fellow in Video and/or Digital Media, John Moores University, Liverpool

Equipment Funding Award for Artists, London Arts Board, London

Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia: Prize winner 'Outstanding Achievement in a Video Production' (for Hold)

Fabrica Research Fellowship, funded by Benetton, Venice, Italy

Projects in Public Space

Open - Project for Battle Library, Reading. A permanent commission made for Battle Library, including 26 pencil portraits, 26 films, a website and multiples of 26 postcard bookmarks.

Cabot Circus retail centre, Bristol. 12 Portraits (2008) - 12 etched plates installed in the central atrium of the development. Part of Bs1 which was a two year programme of creative interventions in response to the evolution of Cabot Circus from building site to retail centre. Six artists, were invited to participate in the BS1 programme. The Bs1 project was conceived and organized by Neville Gabie who was the artist in residence during the build from 2006 to 2008, working closely with Sam Wilkinson of InSite Arts, the arts consultants for the development.

The Calvert Centre Project - 20 pencil portrait drawings, photographically enlarged and installed in the centre. A permanent commission made for a new building that combines health and local authority services in Hull.

Public Talks & Presentations (selected)

De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex - Gareth Evans in Conversation with Dryden Goodwin in association Everything Flows - The Art of Getting in the Zone
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex - On Balance, Panel discussion chaired by Quentin Cooper - with neuro-scientist Morten Kringelbach, Rambert's scientist-in-residence Nicky Clayton, dance-scientist Elsa Bradley, artists susan pui san lok and Dryden Goodwin, in association Everything Flows - The Art of Getting in the Zone.
Foyles bookshop Gallery, Charing Cross Road - Jack Southern in conversation with Dryden Goodwin in association with the publication Drawing Projects written by Mick Maslen and Jack Southern, published by Blackdog publishing.

National Portrait Gallery, London - Picturing Everyman - Geoff Dyer in conversation with Dryden Goodwin, chaired by Camilla Brown

National Portrait Gallery, London - Understanding British Portraits - Presentation with Louise Coysh
London Transport Museum - Screening for the launch of Linear for Art on the Underground
National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway

Tate Modern - Animation Breakdown
Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
Offsite Insight - Studio visit for the Contemporary Arts Society

Princeton University Museum, James Stewart Theater, New Jersey, USA, 'With the Hand in Mind: A Conversation with Artists Dryden Goodwin and Jacco Olivier', Moderated by Sarah Elson with Ben Coonley
Brighton, Photo Fringe in association with Photoworks and the University of Brighton
Photographer's Gallery, London
A Holiday in Heathrow Airport with Alain de Botton. Organised by the School of Life, London

Platform International Animation Festival, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR, USA
National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway

Chisenhale Gallery, London
Narrative Symposium, Kettles Yard, Cambridge
National Portrait Gallery, London
Pro-Arte Institute, St Petersburg, Russia
Sotheby's Institute, London

Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester

Bunkier Gallery, Krakow, Poland
National Film Theatre, London, UK Artists Film and Video Season

Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia
National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford
Tate Britain, London
Tate Modern, London, presentation followed by in-conversation with Tim Marlowe, Nan Goldin and Dryden Goodwin

Tranz Tech 2001, The Toronto International Video Art Biennial, Toronto, Canada

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

Arts Council and Tate Artists Film and Video series, Tate Britain, London
LUX Cinema, London

Teaching (selected)

2012 -
Currently a Reader in Fine Art at The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London

Part-time Lecturer The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London

Previous teaching positions at Goldsmiths College, London; Central St Martin, London; The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London
Visiting tutor at Royal College of Art, London; Goldsmiths College, London; London College of Communication; Manchester Metropolitan University; Camberwell School of Art, London; Bath School of Art and Design; Sheffield Hallam University.
International teaching includes workshops and projects at the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; Pacific North West College of Art, Portland, Oregon, USA; National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway; Pro-Arte Institute, St Petersburg, Russia; Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada.

Screenings and International Film and Video Festivals (selected)

PhotoFilm, The Dancing Photo on Film Tate Modern, Star Auditorium Hold

Impakt Festival Utrecht, The Netherlands Hold

Trieste film Festival, Italy Ospedale

FilmFest, Dresden, Germany Hold
Acedemy of Media Art, Cologne, Germany Hold
Kinemathek, Hamburg, Germany Hold
Museum Ludwig, Budapest, Hungary Hold
Kinemathek Arsenal, Berlin, Germany Hold
Filmmuseum, Frankfurt/Main, Germany Hold
Goethe-Institut, London Hold
Onedotzero, ICA, London Flight
Centre for Contemporary Art and Natural World, Exeter Flight
Shot-By-The-Sea-Off the Wall, Hastings Digital Film Festival Flight
Hull Film, Hull Flight
Phoenix Cinema, Finchley, London Flight
Riverside Studios Hammersmith, London, Extending the Image:animate! 02-05 Flight
Norwich Gallery, (presented by the Norwich International Animation Festival), Extending the Image:animate! Flight
Glasgow Film Theatre, Extending the Image:animate! Flight
Vue Leeds, Leeds Animation Festival Flight
Watershed, Bristol, Extending the Image: animate! Flight
Cornerhouse, Manchester Flight
Channel 4 Television Broadcast, Flight
Animating the City, 10th Love-bytes International Festival of Digital Art and Media, 20-25 March 2006, Sheffield, UK Flight
Site Gallery, Sheffield Flight
National Portrait Gallery, London Flight
Through and Far Between - 37 Seconds BBC Big Screen, Liverpool and Manchester Closer (short film)

Channel 4, Television Broadcast, Flight
Animation Festival, Light house Media Centre, Wolverhampton Flight
National Portrait Gallery, London Reveal

Once Seen, Tromso Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tromso, Norway Hold
Once Seen, Central Train Station, Oslo , Norway Hold
Animate! film series, National Portrait Gallery, London Reveal
Island Art film and video festival 2004 - Volume, Prenelle Gallery, London Reveal
Commotion - Artists' Film Programme - Volume, St George's Bristol Reveal
Galerie Sequence - Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada Ospedale
Still, public arts programme, St Helen's and St Constantine's Church, London Hold
Tate Modern, Heathrow

25hrs, Polisportiu El Raval, The VideoArtFoundation, Barcelona, Spain Heathrow and Hold
Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset Ospedale

TU Delft, Netherlands, The Body in Architecture, Hold, Ospedale, Closer (short film) and Heathrow
MTV and MTV 2 Television Broadcast and other music channels, music video for Aqualung's single Strange and Beautiful.
Artists talk, Tate Britain, London Hold, Closer and Heathrow
Mesh, National Museum of Photography, Film and TV, Bradford Hold and Closer (short film)
Commotion: Artists Film Programme, Arnolfini, Bristol Closer (short film)
Dryden Goodwin Films, Moderna Galeria, Ljubljana, Slovenia Heathrow, Hold, Ospedale andCloser (short film)
Film and Video Umbrella's Unlimited Edition, Venues inclu: Shroud Valley art space, Shroud;
Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester; The Arts Institute of Bournemouth, Bournemouth;The Globe, North Sheilds Closer (short film)

TranzTech 2001, The Toronto International Video Art Biennial, Canada Hold and Closer
Film and Video Umbrella, 10 year Retrospective Programme, Unlimited Edition
Venues Incl: ICA London; NFT London; Glasgow Film Theatre; National Museum of Photography,
Film and TV, Bradford; De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea; Guildhall Arts Centre, Gloucester;
Trikel Arts Centre, Triskel;, Northumberland College Ashington; Slade School of Fine Art;
University of the West of England, Birmingham Closer (short film)
Video Graphe, (Canadian/UK Video Exchange 2) Montreal, Canada Closer (short film)
Video Brazil, Brazil Closer (short film)
Invideo, Milan, Italy Closer (short film)

Sudwestrundfunk, Baden Baden, Germany, television broadcast and nominated for the Medien Kunst Prize Ospedale
Spero Communications, London Hold
Bernard Foos, Sudwestrundfunk, Baden Baden, Germany Television Broadcast Ospedale
Medi@Terra 2000, Athens Greece Ospedale
Centre Regional de Cherbourg, Octeville, France Hold
The British Council, Berlin, Germany (as part of UK 99) Ospedale
Batofar, Association Signe et Eau, Alfortville, France (as part of UK 99) Ospedale
Video In Studios, Vancouver, Canada (Canadian/UK Video Exchange 2) Ospedale
Buffalo University, Buffalo, USA (Canadian/UK Video Exchange 2) Ospedale
Berliner Kulturveranstatungs, Berlin, Germany Ospedale

Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Columbia Hold
RAI SAT S.p.A Television Broadcast, Rome, Italy Ospedale
Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto Canada Ospedale
The Arts Council, London Heathrow, Hold and Ospedale
BFI, London Hold
International Film Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands Ospedale
Video Forms, Festival of Video Creation, Clermont-Ferrand, France Ospedale
4a Bienal de Video Y Nevo Medios de Santiago 99, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago, Chile Ospedale
4 Medien+Architekfur Biennale Graz Art Image, Graz, Austria Ospedale
'Whippet' Stichting duende activiteiten, Rotterdam, Netherlands Ospedale
Tram Video, Lyon, France Hold
Rotterdam International Film Festival - Rotterdam, Netherlands Ospedale
Root Festival, Hull, UK Hold

Pandaemonium Festival, LUX Cinema, London Ospedale
1998 British/Canadian Video Exchange, Toronto, Canada Ospedale
Internationale Video und Medien Kunst Festival - Videonale 8, Bonn, Germany Hold
Transmedia Festival, Berlin, Germany Hold

Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia
prize winner, 'Outstanding Achievement in a video production' Hold
British Short Film Festival, Plaza Cinema, London Hold

Leeds international Film Festival Hold
Viva 8 - International 8mm film festival, London Film Makers CO-OP, London Heathrow

British Short Film Festival, Plaza Cinema, London Heathrow

Curated Film and Video programmes

The Pioneers, Historical Animation Programme curated in conjunction with the Animators exhibition screened at Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham; Spacex, Exeter, 2006. Artists incl: Stan Brackage, Robert Breer, Ernie Gehr and Norman McLaren

Light Structures, originally curated for Tranz<-->Tech 2001, Toronto, Canada. A programme of work by video and film-makers working in the UK, incl: Mark Lewis, Michelle Williams, George Barber, Michael Maziere, Lee Hassall, Maibritt Rangstrup and Dryden Goodwin. Also screened at Tate Britain, London; NMPFTV, Bradford; Arnolfini, Bristol; Moderna Galeria, Ljubljana

Dryden Goodwin

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