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Daniel Eatock

biography

Daniel Eatock was born in 1975, UK. He lives and works in London.

Education

1998 MA Royal College of Art, London
1996 BA Ravensbourne College, Kent

SELECTED solo EXHIBITIONS

2010 Per/forming Circles, curated by Sharon Phelan, Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2009 Extra Medium (part two) curated by Richard Torchia, Catherine J Smith Gallery, ASU, Boone, USA
2008 Extra Medium curated by Richard Torchia, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Philadelphia, USA
2007 Research and Development Stockholm, Sweeden
2007 Editions & Originals Kemistry Gallery, London

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2011 The Face of the Shape, La Scatola Gallery, London
2011 Graphic Design Now curated by Andrew Blauvelt and Ellen Lupton, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
2011 ExperimentaDesign curated by Max Bruinsma, biennale EXD’11, Lisbon, Portugal
2011 Methods of Imitation curated by Tetsuo Mukai, Paper Tiger, London
2011 This Is Design curated by Alex Newson, Design Museum, London
2011 Incidental Data curated by Kate Sweetapple, UTS: Gallery, Sydney Australia
2011 Graphic Detour curated by Erik Kessels, Graphic Design Museum, Breda Holland
2011 Remnants in Documentation curated by Ben Gavin, General Store for Contemporary Art, Sydney Australia
2011 The Way Beyond Art: Wide White Space curated by Jon Sueda, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
2011 Graphic Design Worlds curated by Giorgio Camuffo, Triennale di Milano Design Museum, Milan Italy
2010 State Your Business curated by Lee Clarke, Lokaal 01, Breda Holland
2010 Manifesto curated by Tankboys & Cosimo Bizzarri, Shandong University of Art and Design, Jinan, China
2010 The Modern Art of Conversation curated by Danielle Pender, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Design Event 2010
2010 Merchandise Mart curated by Vincent Uribe, LVL3 Gallery, Chicago USA
2010 Plenty curated by Peter Morrens en Rik De Boe, Voorkamer, Lier Belgium
2010 He Carried What He Could and Left the Balance for His Brother curated by Eva Brandt, Ching-Wen Cheng and Malina Cailean Gallery Rotor I, Gothenburg, Sweden
2010 Fragments Parlour 17 curated by Meenakshi Thirukode, Staten Island, USA
2010 Book Show curated by Gavin Wade and James Langdon, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
2010 TechnoCraft: Hackers, Modders, Fabbers, Tweakers, and Design in the Age of Individuality curated by Yves Behar/fuseproject, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, USA
2010 Sameness & Difference curated by Matt Golden, The Russian Club Gallery, London
2010 Bureaucracy Now! Parlour 15 curated by Elysa Lozano, San Francisco, USA
2010 Tape It curated by Alice Nikitinova, Centre d’art Contemporain, Grenoble, France
2010 More or Less Exhibition Sofia Art Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
2010 New Beginnings Iaspis Open House, curated by Sinziana Ravini, Stokholm
2009 Show and Tell Back Lane West Gallery, Cornwall
2009 24Seven curated by Neil Drabble Gooden Gallery, London
2009 Permutations with Rob Giampietro, W/——, NYC
2009 Laughing Prohibited curated by Freek Lomme Onomatopee Gallery, The Netherlands
2009 Super Contemporary curated by Daniel Charny Design Museum, London
2009 Manifesto curated by Tankboys XYZ Gallery, Treviso Italy
2009 Brit Insurance Designs of the Year Design Museum, London
2009 Double Pages curated by Christoph Keller & Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié, École des Beaux Arts de Rennes, France
2009 Grafik Olympik German Gymnasium, King’s Cross, London
2008 How Very Tokyo British Designers Interpret Tokyo in Posters, Claska, Tokyo
2008 Seven Elisa Platteau Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2008 Body Vrits, Basel, Switzerland
2008 On Purpose curated by Åbäke and Nav Haq, Arnolfini, Bristol
2008 Tank Design Museum, London
2007 La promesse de l’écran 28 Rue de Trévise, Paris, France
2007 Deptford Design Challenge Royal Festival Hall, London
2007 Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié Posters Atelier Cardenas Bellanger & Galerie de multiples, Paris, France
2007 Glitz and then some Plüschow-Lounge, Plüschow Castle, Germany
2007 One Year Anniversary Fette’s Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2007 Atelier als supermedium The Hague, Holland
2007 Extreme Crafts curated by Catherine Hemelryk & Jennie Syson, CAC Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania
2006 Pantone Pen Print Aram Gallery, London
2006 Felt Tip Sea Gallery, London
2006 1- An Exhibition in Mono Sea Gallery, London
2006 Work From Mars (22nd International Biennale of Graphic Design) Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic
2006 The Urban Forest Project Times Square, NYC, USA
2005 The Free Library curated by Mark Owens & Sara de Bondt, M+R Gallery, London
2005 TricoDesignLove! curated by Daniel Charny, Aram Gallery, London
2005 Ballpoint curated by Angus Hyland, Pentagram Gallery, London
2004 Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design since the Sixties curated by Rick Poynor, Barbican Art Gallery, London
2004 The Free Library curated by Mark Owens, Riviera, New York
2003 The world’s largest signed and numbered limited edition artwork Whitechapel Gallery, London
2002 Mood River curated by Jeffrey Kipnis & Annetta Massie, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio, USA
2002 Infotecture curated by Jenelle Porter, Artist Space, NYC, USA
2002 Design Now: London Design Museum, London

RESIDENCIES & FELLOWSHIPS

2011 Stanley Picker Fellowship, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston
2010 NKD, Dale Norway
2010 Iaspis, Stockholm Sweden

ARTIST PUBLICATIONS / MONOGRAPHS

Earth Bound Sky Bound (Automatic Books) 2011
A selection of 150 Concetto Spaziale… (onestarpress) 2009
Imprint (Princeton Architectural Press) 2008
Picture of the week Catalogue Raisonné Un Sedicesimo (Edizioni Corraini) 2007
Boite-en-Valise (self published) 2007

SCREENINGS

Talk Video To Me curated by Brook Sinkinson Withrw and Vincent Uribe, LVL3, Chicago, USA
2010 Home Computer Communication in the Surreal House International Exhibitionist, Barbican mobile home cinema, London
2010 The Bag Of Tricks Screening CCA4 cinema, Glasgow

PUBLICATIONS

2011 Graphic Design Worlds (ACC Distribution)
2011 Visible Signs: An Introduction to Semiotics in the Visual Arts (AVA Publishing)
2010 Book (Eastside Projects)
2010 Function, Restraint, and Subversion in Typography (Princeton Architectural Press)
2010 Double Page (B42)
2009 Letterform Collected (Grafik Magazine/Adventures in Publishing Ltd.)
2009 Graphic Design: A User’s Manual (Laurence King)
2009 Concept Store: Art, Consumerism and the Experience Economy (Arnolfini Gallery)
2008 Nowhere/NowHere: Investigating New Lines of Enquiry in Contemporary Design (Fundacion La Laboral)
2008 Postcard (Laurence King)
2008 25 x 4: Channel 4 at 25 (Cultureshock Media)
2008 Task Newsletter (Task)
2007 Good: An introduction to ethics in graphic design (AVA Publishing)
2007 The Layout Look Book (Collins Design)
2007 New Typographic Design (Laurence King)
2007 Looking Closer: Bk. 5: Critical Writings on Graphic Design (Allworth Press)
2007 The Anatomy of Design (Rockport)
2007 Contemporary Graphic Design (Taschen)
2006 Serialize (Die Gestalten Verlag)
2006 Influences: A Lexicon of Contemporary Graphic Design Practice (Die Gestalten Verlag)
2006 Work from Mars: Self-initiated projects in Graphic Design (Moravian Gallery)
2006 What Is Graphic Design For? (RotoVision)
2005 Introducing: Designs for Making a First Impression (Die Gestalten Verlag)
2005 Designs of the Times (RotoVision)
2005 More Paperwork (Phiadon)
2004 Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design since the Sixties (Laurence King)
2004 Examining the Visual Culture of Corporate Identity (Gingko Press)
2004 All Messed Up, Unpedictable Graphics (Laurence King)
2004 Area (Phaidon)
2003 Graphic Design for the 21st Century (Tashen)
2003 Wood: Materials for Inspirational Design (RotoVision)
2003 The New Handmade Graphics: Beyond Digital Design (RotoVision)
2002 Design UK II (Conran Octopus)
2002 GB: Graphic Britain (Laurence King)
2002 No Brief, graphic designers personal projects (RotoVision)
2002 Up Against The Wall International Poster Design (RotoVision)
2002 Festive: The Art and Design of Promotional Mailing (RotoVision)
2002 Mapping, an illustrated guide to graphic navigational systems (RotoVision)
2002 Specials (Booth-Clibborn)
2002 Mood River (Wexner Center for the Arts)
1999 Subtraction: Aspects of Essential Design (RotoVision)