David Attwood

DAVID ATTWOOD
b.1990 Lives and works in Melbourne

EDUCATION
2019 SOMA Summer, SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico
2016 PhD (Art) Curtin University, Perth
2011 Visiting Scholar at École Nationale Supérieur d’Art de Dijon (ENSAD) Dijon, France
2011 BA (Art) First Class Honours. Curtin University, Perth

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2020 The Making of the Indebted Man, Disneyland Paris, Melbourne
And A Loser Gets Their Last Licks In, Diplomacy World, Melbourne
2019 Jugo, Biquini Wax EPS, Mexico City, Mexico
Teenagers, LON Gallery, Melbourne
Home Office, residential apartment, Melbourne
Death, Museé du Strip, Melbourne
2018 A Decadent Defecation, Bus Projects, Melbourne
My Beloved’s Shit, Public billboard, North Melbourne
2016 Do It For Free, City of Perth Transart Commission, Perth
Don’t leave stones unturned, Moana Project Space, Perth

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 WFH (Work From Home), (curated by Laura Couttie) STATION Gallery, Sydney
beneath the beach, seamless paving stones, Rhizome Parking Garage Int'l, rhizomeparkinggarage.com
2019 The World Is A Teenager, (curated by Adam Stone) LON Gallery, Melbourne
X, SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico
workworkworkworkworkwork (curated by David Ashley Kerr), workworkworkworkworkwork.com
2018 En-suite, Island Island, island-is.land
Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial, Kyneton
La Grotta della Chiocciola (Curated by Andrew Varano) for CIOMA Future Contemporaries, PSAS, Fremantle
2017 Officeworks, Ofluxo.net
Re:, Rear View, Melbourne
Thongs, LON Gallery, Melbourne
2016 SafARI 2016 (Curated by Louise Dibben), Alaska Projects, Sydney
Title Is Important (Curated by Laura Couttie), Blindside, Melbourne
2015 SoDA 2015, John Curtin Gallery, Perth
2014 Dirty, KINGS ARI, Melbourne
2012 Hatched: National Graduate Show, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth

COLLECTIONS
Artbank

SELECTED WRITING
2020 The Art of Laziness: Contemporary Art and Post-Work Politics. Francis Russell & David Attwood (Eds). Melbourne: Art and Australia.
"Introduction". In The Art of Laziness: Contemporary Art and Post-Work Politics. Francis Russell & David Attwood (Eds). Melbourne: Art and Australia. Co-authored with Francis Russell
"How to Work Better" In The Art of Laziness: Contemporary Art and Post-Work Politics. Francis Russell & David Attwood (Eds). Melbourne: Art and Australia.
"Does a clown's shit smell funny?" In Force Fields: Art, Architecture and Audience. Kyneton:Kyneton Contemporary.
2017 "Two Harpic Lemon Toilet Rim Blocks", Un Magazine Issue 11.2. Melbourne: Un Projects.
"On Officeworks". In Officeworks, online catalogue. Ofluxo.

SELECTED PRESS
2020 Couttie, L. Catalogue essay for 'WFH (Work From Home)', STATION.
Force Fields: Art, Architecture and Audience. Kyneton:Kyneton Contemporary.
2019 Home Office, https://www.ofluxo.net/home-office-david-attwood-at-a-residential-apartment-melbourne/
2018 Avasti, Ravi. Review of ‘Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial’, Art and Australia.
2017 Officeworks, https://www.ofluxo.net/officeworks-curated-by-david-attwood/
2016 Couttie, L. Catalogue essay for ‘Title is important.’ Blindside.
Russell, F. Review of ‘Don’t leave stones unturned’. Sensible Perth
Mathwin, G. Review of ‘Don’t leave stones unturned’. Sensible Perth