(b 1980, London UK) lives and works
in London. His work encompasses
a number of media including video,
sculpture, installation and print; central is the role of function. Embodied
through simulations of design, his
practice frequently engages with
digital technology as a means for artistic production and with it the acts
of labour that are obscured beneath
Richard Healy (b 1980, London UK) lives and works in London. He completed his MA in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, London in 2008.
Residencies and Awards include Fire Station Live/Work Programme, Acme Studios (2015 – 2020); Defining Pi, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge UK (July – Sept, 2013); i- land artist in residence, London / Worcester UK (Jun – Aug, 2009); Stanley Picker Fellowship, Kingston University (1 year residency program, 2008); Red Mansion Art Prize (Beijing Residency) Beijing CN (Sept – Oct, 2008).
Recent solo exhibitions include The Great Indoors, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdan NL (2017); Lubricants & Literature, Tenderpixel, London UK (2016); Zodiac Beach, LRRH, Berlin DE (2016); Victor Hugo Lost in Cherry Grove, with Tenderpixel at Art International, Istanbul TR (2015); Outside the Red House, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam NL (2015); The Pines, White Cubicle, London UK (2014); Prone Positions, Rowing, London UK (2013); Vetiver, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam NL; But Mr Architect!, Furnished Space, London UK (both 2012) and Strategies for Building, Outpost, Norwich UK (2011).
Selected group exhibitions and screenings include The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London UK (2018); I like to fondle, Acme Fire Station, London UK (2017); Cruising Spaces, LUX, London UK (2017); Now We Are Six, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam NL (2016); The Ultimate Vessel, Koppe Astner, Glasgow UK (2016); Discursive Objects, WAH Gallery, Eindhoven NL (2015); Blurred Edges: Non/Fiction, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle US, as part of the Black Box Festival, (2015); The Best Tailor in Town, Hunt Kastner, Prague CH (2015); On the Devolution of Culture, Rob Tufnell, London UK (2014); Last Seen Entering the Biltmore (curated by Anna Gritz), South London Gallery, London UK; I love you Me either, Project Native Informant London UK (both 2014); SECCESSONE (curated by Rhys Coren, Paul Flannery & Attilia Fattori Franchini), bubblebyte.org (2013); Blue Lagoon (curated by Candice Jacobs), One Thornesby Street, Nottingham UK (2013); One and One and One, CGP London UK (2012); Forth & Back, Limoncello, London UK; Florence Loewy, Paris FR; 10,000 Hours, Glasgow International, Glasgow UK; YBAII (curated by Ryan Gander and Christina von Rotenhan), Dienstgebaude, Zurich CH (all 2012).
Publications include Lubricants & Literature (2017), published with Tenderbooks and Tenderpixel, with writings by Sasha Craddock and Chris McCormack, launched at OFFPRINT London, Tate Modern, London UK (2017) and NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, New York USA (2017).