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Lives and works between London, Leeds and Glasgow.




Mathew Parkin (b. 1987, Wakefield, UK). Recent projects include slope-tend-big, Grand Union, Birmingham, (2016); This Is It, Isn't It?, Workplace Gallery, Gateshead (2016); in conversation with Paul Clinton at The Tetley, Leeds (2017); Like a floral knife, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh (2016); I Believe in you, IMT Gallery, London (2016); BORGER: [The sticky tablet], via Whatsapp, Traffic, Antwerp (2016); Film Open touring, Spike Island, Bristol, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Transmission, Glasgow, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, S1 Artspace, Sheffield and the ICA, London (2015); Sunscreen, part of The Leisure Principle, EM15, Nottingham, Venice and Online (2015); Group Occupation Residency, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall (2015); Bar Commission for Vogue party, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham (2015); £1 Fish, S1 Artspace, Sheffield (2014); Commissioned text for Too Much, Two Queens, Leicester (2014); Still Wearing Each Other When Alone, Vox Populi, Philadelphia (2014); 45683968, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, Leeds (2014); but it could be a Levi’s advert (With Tom Ireland), Flatfile, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2014); One Touch, The Telfer Gallery, Glasgow (2013); Performance Fetish, SWG3, Glasgow (2013); LAN Party, Two Queens, Leicester (2013); When Passive Aggressive Strategies Fail to Get Results, Supercollider, Blackpool (2012); and Dovble Trovble, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (2012). Participant of The Syllabus programme 2015/16. Previous Gallery Assistant at Eastside Projects and Programme Assistant at The Tetley.

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slope-tend-big handout with essay by Laura Guy
Profile by Lauren Velvick in May 2016 Art Monthly
45683968 Review, corridor8
Y A C Interview
Unpublished interview with Adam Gill (download)
Seeing things, feelingly. Amy Budd (download)
Mathew Once Told Me, Elinor Morgan (download)