CV

Lives and works in London

TERMINAL>_ a group exhibition at Avalanche with UBERMORGEN, Millicent Hawk, Joana Moll & Cédric Parizot.
(Image credit: Millicent Hawk)

 

Education

2011 – 2013 MA Fine Art by Practice (Distinction), The Cass School of Art & Architecture, London Metropolitan University

1986 – 1989 BA Hons Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London

1985 – 1986 Art Foundation, Carmarthen Art College

Solo exhibitions

2016

Backdoored.io, Bank Gallery, The Cass School of Art & Architecture, London

2014

Museum of the Shared Now, London Metropolitan University, London
SLURP!, London Canal Museum, London

Selected group exhibitions

2017

unthinking.photography, The Photographers Gallery, London (article)
TERMINAL>_, Avalanche Lounge, London

2016

Fuzz, Project Space Wapping, London
The Internet Yami-Ichi
, Tate Modern, London
Splitting the Beam, Project Space Wapping, London

2015

Toys (Are Us), Crypt Gallery, London
Bow Arts Open 2015, STRUCTURE TEXTURE FUTURE, Nunnery Gallery, London (catalogue)
Candid Spring Salon, Islington, London

2014

30 Years of the Future, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

2013

Thought Atlas, The Cass MA Show ‘13, Spring House, London
M-INT, The Cass Gallery, London
The strange impression of seeing things for the first time, Mile End Art Pavilion, London

Selected reviews and writing

Domestic (in)security The Photographers Gallery (May 2017)
Backdoored: An interview with Nye Thompson Furtherfield (Nov 2016)
Who is watching you? CNN (Aug 2016)
Art exhibition sparks global privacy debate London Metropolitan University (Aug 2016)
BBC Click: Defcon episode BBC (Aug 2016)
Are you being watched? Wired (July 2016)
“Immaterial Aesthetics – The Internet Yami-Ichi (Black Market)” by Edward Paginton for Modern Weekly China – PDF 72Kb (June 2016)
Edward Snowdomes and edible internet cookies: welcome to Yami-ichi The Guardian (May 2016)
Backdoored. / Nye Thompson / Surveillance, intimacy and the net (Feb 2016)
Art Monthly, Manchester Art Round-Up: Bob Dickinson features 30 Years of the Future (Feb 2015)
Tom Emery reviews 30 Years of the Future for Corridor8 (Dec 2014)
Futuristic community museum a success at London Met Islington Now | Islington Now (Oct 2014)
DIY Community? Award Winner Nye Thompson, Museum of the Shared Now (Oct 2014)
#MOSN – artist brings the Wall of Tweets to London Met (Oct 2014)

Awards

Artist Award Islington Exhibits 2014

Collections

UK and international private collections

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