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Hair Shirts
2014
In collaboration with Jacob Dahlgren

Hair Shirts

A week-long project, based on Jacob Dahlgren's T-shirt
collection and the news du jour.






Last of the Red Wine

2011
Exhibition at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Last of the Red Wine

Exhibition of metafictional representations of the artist, with works
by Doug Fishbone, Hayley Newman, Kim Noble, Sally O'Reilly, Michelle
Owoo, Caroline Smith, Bedwyr Williams; co-curated with Tessa Giblin.





The Devil's Acre
2011
In collaboration with William Cooper
Government Art Collection, London

Victors of the Nile

A series of labels for selected images from the Collection outlining
the practices of the Victors of the Nile – a group of radical historians,
all called Victor – and their ongoing attempt to identify prime causes.

Read the labels here...







Writer in Residence at the Whitechapel Gallery
2010-11

Writer in Residence

A year of workshops, seminars, talks and events that acknowledged
the mongrel nature of art writing and invited other disciplines and
genres into the gallery.






Last of the Red Wine

2010
Performance at Whitechapel Gallery and ICA, London

Last of the Red Wine

A sitcom based in the artworld, collaboratively devised, written and performed
within one week.

Written and performed by Doug Fishbone, Hayley Newman, Kim Noble, Sally O'Reilly,
Michelle Owoo, Caroline Smith, Phil Whelans, Bedwyr Williams.

Directed by Chris Head.

Also performing: Matthew Bayliss, Katie 'Blossom' Poulter, Patrick Cahill, Lindsay
Sharman, Jo Ball, Harry Deansway.

Foley art and audio recording by Jo Tyler and the Media School, Bournemouth University.






Brown Mountain College of the Performing Arts
Mel Brimfield, Sally O'Reilly, Ben Roberts
1906-2010

Simon Munnery, Brown Mountain College

Simon Munnery, Intergender Wrestling Bout, Brown
Mountain College Centenary Cabaret, Bethnal
Green Working Men's Club, London, 2006


For over a hundred years Brown Mountain College of the Performing Arts
was a roving, mutating platform for collaborative performative events too
varied and numerous to recount. The frozen remains of the College
website can be found here.