Will Kendrick (1983, Blackpool UK), lives and works in London UK. He holds a Masters Fine Art Practice from Glasgow School of Art and a Bachelors Fine Art from Bath School of Art and Design. His work is centred around post digital cultural methods of production and archiving, consistently referencing the collapse and parallels of time experienced in our hyper-saturated, connected experience.
Solo exhibitions include: Am I Even Here, Arebyte Gallery, London; I’ll See You In ANother Life Brother, Serf, Leeds; I’ve never been there but I know what it looks like, AIR Sandnes Norway; Your Life is Yours to Consume, Supercollider, Blackpool; They Say Dreaming Is Dead, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow UK; Only the Statues Remain, Roman Baths, Bath; MMORPG, Spike Island, Bristol; Trichromatic, Elements, Bath. Recent group exhibitions are On the Edge of a Continent, Glasgow International Glasgow; Feeling in the Eyes, Tenderpixel Gallery, London; Friends Only: The Internet is Present III, Pacific Place, Amsterdam; Sell Out, Seize Projects, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds; Up a Bit and to the Right, ROM8, Bergen Norway; Up Down and Around, GoMA, Glasgow; Beacons, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; The Lucky Jotter, FYC, Blackpool ; Relay, OVADA, Oxford; Proxy, TROVE Gallery, Birmingham).