1977 Born in London. Lives and works in London.

2001    MFA, Slade School of Art, University College, London
1999    BA, Fine Art, Honours, Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University
1996    Foundation, Chelsea School of Art, London

2021    Patterns of Absence: The Little Art Window, Gstaad, Switzerland
2021    Manifold 5:4, Crossrail Art Programme permanent commission, Moorgate entrance of Liverpool Street Elizabeth line station, London, UK
2020    Pioneering Places, Ramsgate, UK
2020    Schism Pavillion, Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France
2019    Bicameral, permanent commission for Chelsea Barracks, curated by Futurecity, London, UK
2018    Exploded Paradigm, permanent commission, Comcast Technology Centre, Philadelphia, USA
2017    The Interpretation of Movement (a 9:8 in blue), HS1 Terrace Wires temporary commission in conjunction with The Royal Academy, St. Pancras International station, London, UK
2017    Beijing Canopy, permanent commission for Guo Rui Square, Beijing, China
2016    The Optic Cloak, permanent commission for The Energy Centre Greenwich Peninsula, curated by Futurecity, London, UK
2016    Paradigm, permanent commission for the Francis Crick Institute, curated and managed by Artwise, London,
2015    The Dappled Light of the Sun, temporary commission for the Royal Academy of Arts Annenberg Courtyard, Summer Show 2015, London, UK
2015    Three Perpetual Chords, permanent commission for Dulwich Park, London, curated and managed by the Contemporary Art Society for Southwark Council, UK
2013    Timepiece, temporary commission for the Roundhouse, London, UK
2012    Canopy Study, permanent commission for private building, Victoria Street, London, UK
2010    Fraction (9:8), permanent commission for the Sadler Building, Oxford Science Park, curated and managed by Modus Operandi, Oxford, UK
2009    Axiom (Tower), permanent commission for the Ministry of Justice, London, UK
2009    Chord, temporary commission in Kingsway Tram Tunnel, London, UK
2007    Space Trumpet, permanent commission at Unilever House, London, UK

Solo Exhibitions
2021    The Measures of Change, Victoria Miro Gallery, Venice, Italy
2020    The ADA Project, Sadlers Wells / Birmingham Ballet, London & Birmingham, UK
2020    Conrad Shawcross, Victoria Miro Gallery, Venice, Italy
2020    Escalations, Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France
2019    Wilton Crescent, Belgravia, London
2019    Chord, The Jute Shed, Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, UK
2018    After the Explosion, Before the Collapse, Victoria Miro Mayfair, London
2018    Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Connecticut, USA
2016    Inverted Spires and Descendent Folds, Ivorypress, Madrid, Spain
2016    Stacks, Folds and Interference, Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Italy
2016    Paradigm, The Francis Crick Institute, London
2015    The ADA Project, The Peninsula, Hong Kong
2015    Inverted Spires and Descendent Folds, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
2015    Manifold, New Art Centre, Wiltshire, UK
2015    Counterpoint, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
2015    Three Perpetual Chords, Dulwich Park, London
2014    Three Harmonic Projections, Careyes Foundation, Mexico
2014    The ADA Project, The Vinyl Factory at Brewer Street Car Park, London
2014    Timepiece, Berwaldhallen, Stockholm
2014    Geometry of Mind, ARTMIA Foundation, Beijing
2013    Timepiece, Roundhouse, London
2013    ADA, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
2013    New Blind Aesthetics, Galerie Klüser, Munich, Germany
2013    From That Which It Came, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam
2012    Metamorphosis – Modern Responses to Titian (Titian, Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross, Mark Wallinger), National Gallery, London – Cultural Olympiad
2012    Set Design for Royal Opera House / Wayne McGregor, Royal Opera House, London – Cultural Olympiad
2012    The Nervous Systems (Inverted), MUDAM, Luxembourg
2011     Sequential, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
2011-12 Protomodel: Five Interventions, Science Museum, London
2011     Projections of the Perfect Third, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
2010    Fraction (9:8), Oxford Science Park, Oxford
2010    The Nervous System (Inverted), The Pace Gallery, The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue, New York
2010    The Limit of Everything, Parra & Romero, Madrid
2009    Conrad Shawcross, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
2009    Control, Location One, New York, NY
2009    The Collection, Siobhan Davies Dance Studio, London
2008    Dumbbell, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torino, Italy
2008    Axiom, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami
2008    Light Perpetual, Jenaer Kunstverein, Germany
2008    Inverse of a Shadow, Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
2008    Tetrahelix Tower, Ministry of Justice Commission, Ministry of Constitutional Affairs, London
2007    Space Trumpet, Unilever Commission, Unilever House, London
2007    Lattice, Selfridges Commission, London
2006    No Such Thing As One, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
2005    The Steady States, The New Art Gallery, Walsall and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
2004-2005 Continuum, The Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
2004    Manifesta 5, San Sebastian, Spain
2004    The End of the Particular, Galerie Bernd Kluser, Munich, Germany
2003    The Nervous Systems, Entwistle Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions
2021    Systems & Intervals, Louisa Guinness Gallery, London
2019    Sweet Harmony, Saatchi Gallery, London
2019    Stains on a Decade, Josh Lilley Gallery, London
2019    Sculpture in Pilane 2018, Pilane Sculpture Park, Sweden
2019    Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London
2019    Negative Space, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany
2019    Science Fiction: A Journey into the Unknown, Kunsthalle Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2018    Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, Hong Kong, China
2018    Art Capital: Art for the Elizabeth line, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
2017    Into The Unknown A Journey Through Science Fiction, The Barbican, London
2017    Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London
2017    Herning Socle Du Monde Biennale, 2017, HEART, Denmark
2017    The Universe and Art, ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
2016    The Universe and Art, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2016    Laboratoires de l’art, Musée des arts et metiers, Paris, France
2016    Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London
2016    Laboratories de l’art, Musée des arts des métiers, Paris
2016    Light Show, CorpArtes, Santiago, Chile
2015    GLOBALE: Exo-Evolution, ZKM, Karlsruhe
2015    Frieze Sculpture Park, London
2015    Sensory Systems, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool
2015    The Chatsworth Festival – Art Out Loud, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
2015    Eppur si Muove, MUDAM, Luxembourg
2015    Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London
2015    Proportio, Palazzo Fortuny, Venice
2015    Light Show, MCA Sydney and Sharjah Art Foundation
2014    Da Vinci: Shaping the Future, ArtScience Museum, Singapore
2014    Primal Architecture, IMMA, Dublin
2014    Light Show, Aukland Art Gallery, New Zealand
2014    What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me, The Fine Art Society, London
2014    Victoria Miro at Schloss Sihlberg, Zurich
2014    Epicentre: conversations and discussions between artists, Parra & Romero, Ibiza
2014    Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London
2014    MOFO, Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia
2013    Glasstress, the 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2013    Dynamo, Grand Palais, Paris, France
2013    Light Show, Hayward Gallery, London
2012    ARTE Video Night, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
2012    Intersections: Science in Contemporary Art, David Lopatie Conference Centre, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
2012    Lines of Thought, Parasol Unit, London
2012    Out of Britain, British Council, London; touring to Bucharest National Museum Of Art, Romania (2013 – 2014); Muscat Bait Al Zubair Museum, Oman (2012); Kuwait
City Contemporary Art Platform, Kuwait (2012); Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Science & Technology Center, Al Kohbar Saudi Arabia (2012); Riyadh National Museum, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2012)
2011-12 Mondes Inventés, Mondes Habités, MUDAM, Luxembourg
2011    T.O.E (Synergies en résonance), Centre d’Art Bastille, Grenoble, France
2011    Journeys: Conrad Shawcross and Tavares Strachan, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA
2011    LUSTWARANDE ’11 – RAW, Park De Oude Warande, Tilburg, The Netherlands
2011    The Knowledge, Gervasuti Foundation, Venice
2011    TRA – Edge of Becoming, Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy
2011    The Knowledge, (curated by James Putnam), Gervasuti Foundation, Venice, Italy
2011    Light – Part II, (curated by Nick Hackworth and Gabriel Rolt), Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam
2011    Experimental Station, Resaerch and Artistic Phenomena, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid
2011    Phantasmagolia, (curated by James Putnam), FaMa Gallery, Verona, Italy
2011    MONANISM, Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia
2011    Light – Part I, Paradise Row, London
2010    ShadowDance, KAdE, Kunsthal in Amersfoort, Amersfoort, Netherlands
2010    Actors and agents – Props, Events and Encounters, The Hub, Athens
2010    Systema Magicum Universi, Galerie Klüser, Munich, Germany
2009    Third Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art, Russia
2009    A Duck for Mr. Darwin, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, and Mead Art Gallery, Warwick
2009    British Contemporary Art Show, Art Issue Projects, China
2009    Kaleidoscopic Revolver, Hanjiyun Contemporary Space, Beijing, China
2009    Natural Wonders (curated by Nick Hackworth), Baibakov Art Projects, Moscow
2009    Geoplay (part 1), Pilar Parra & Romero, Madrid
2008    Rendez-vous 2008, Musee d’art Contemporain, Lyon
2008    Reflections on Light – 30 years Galerie Bernd Klueser, Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
2008    Academia: Qui es-tu, La Chapelle de L’Ecole National Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris
2008    Lattice III, Art | 39 | Basel Public Art Projects, Basel
2008    Beyond Measure: across art and science, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
2008    A Life of Their Own, curated by Richard Cork, Lismore Castle, Ireland
2008    Counterpoint, Robin Katz Fine Art, London 2008 Art L’Plage, St. Tropez, France
2007    Say It Isn’t So – Naturwissenschaften im Visier der Kunst, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany
2007    Reconstruction 2, Sudeley Castle, England
2007    Unfinished Symphony, The Fine Art Society, London
2007    Artissima 14 – Constellations (selected during Artissima Art Fair), curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler and Daniel Birnbaum, Torino, Italy
2007    Counterpoint, Dubai Art Fair, Dubai 2007 All Tomorrow’s Parties, ICA, London
2006    Sudeley Castle 2006: Reconstruction 1, Sudeley Castle, England
2005    S.N.O.W Sculpture in Non-Objective Way, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Turin
2004    New Blood, The Saatchi Gallery, London
2004    After Life, Death, Remembrance. Redundancy. Reanimation, curated by Simon Morrissey, Bowes Museum, County Durham
2004    Manifesta 5, San Sebastian, Spain
2003    Dead Game, Museum 52, London 2002 Fame and Promise, 14 Wharf Road, London
2002    It was bigger than all of us, Prenelle Gallery, Canary Wharf, London
2001    Engine II (Communicating at an Unknown Rate), The Old Armory, Harrow Road, London
2001     New Contemporaries 2001, Camden Arts Centre, London; Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
2000    Engine I, Dollard Street Studios, Vauxhall, London

Prizes, Awards, Residencies
2014    Jack Goldhill Award for Sculpture
2010    Urbanomic residency, Falmouth, UK
2009-2011 Artist in Residence, Science Museum, London
2009    ILLy Art Prize
2008    Art & Work 2008 Award for Space Trumpet, Unilever Commission
2008-2009 International Fellowship at Location One, New York
2001-2002 First Base Acava Free Studio Award
2001    Ray Finnis Charitable Trust Award

Selected Bibliography
2021    Sculptures by Conrad Shawcross unravel lyrical harmony of the physical world, STIRworld, May 31st 2020
2021    Le attrazioni diffuse della Biennale di Architettura, Marie Claire, 17th May 2021
2021    War brides, spies and burning bookshops: Marina Warner on writing her memoir, The Guardian, 6th March 2021
2021    Nervous Systems: a studio visit with Conrad Shawcross, Open Lab, 25th January 2021
2020    Plans to put art display on East Cliff bandstand in Ramsgate tabled, 31st December 2020
2020    Steel poles and spinning discs installation planned for East Cliff bandstand, The Isle of Thanet News, 29th December 2020
2020    Silver linings- artists share their hopeful moments from 2020, 28th December 2020
2020    Phyllida Barlow hosts virtual pyjama party for Contemporary Art Society’s fundraising dinner, The Arts Newspaper, 24th November 2020
2020    Digital Chateau hosts VR art show by The Eye of the Huntress, The Spaces, 17th November 2020
2020    The Top Five Online Art Exhibitions to see during Lockdown, FAD Magazine, 9th November 2020
2020    The Big Issue Auction, Artlyst, 5th November 2020
2020    Contemporary artists customise Fender guitars to support The Big Issue in time of crisis, FAD Magazine, 3rd November 2020
2020    Fine art meets rock’n’roll for The Big Art Auction, The Big Issue, October 15 2020
2020    Jameel Arts Centre announces 2020-2021 programme, 21st September 2020
2020    British artist Conrad Shawcross will present his work “Formation III: The Dappled Light of the Sun” in the Jaddaf Waterfront Sculpture Park, Arab News, 22nd September 2020
2020    Kaia Charles on celebrating black British culture, and tackling the lack of representation in the arts, Creative Boom, 4th August 2020
2020    Preview: Nevill Holt Opera’s New 2020 Season, 22nd July 2020
2020    Leading artists donate works to 100 NHS staff respite rooms across 5 hospitals in east London, FAD Magazine, 11th June 2020
2020    Leading artists including Jeremy Deller and Rana Begum donate works to east London respite rooms, London Evening Standard, 11th June 2020
2020    Salisbury Cathedral exhibition likely to be extended, Salisbury News, 17th May 2020
2020    A Look at the RA Summer Exhibition 2020, The Net Gallery, 11th May 2020
2019    We Are a Blight on Nature’: Machine Master Conrad Shawcross on Artificial Intelligence, Acid House, and Turning a Car Into a Kinetic Sculpture, Art News, 3rd September 2019
2019    Sweet Harmony I Rave Today, The Upcoming, 28th August 2019
2019    Sir Antony Gormley, Rankin, Gavin Turk and more auction off work for charity, Willow, Fad Magazine, 15th August 2019
2019    Where You From? What You On? Sweet Harmony Is An Exhibition About Rave, The Quietus, August 10th 2019
2019    Making An Exhibition, The Berkley London, 1st August 2019
2019    You’ll Be Surprised by Steven Spielberg’s Latest Project, Fortune, 27th July 2019
2019    Sweet Harmony I Rave Today Review, Time Out, 16th July 2019
2019    There’s A Spinning Car on the Ceiling at This Trippy Exhibition About Rave Culture, The Londonist, 15th July 2019
2019    How Artist ‘Captures Time’ In Huge Mesmerising Rope-Making Machine in Halifax, The Halifax Couriers, 14th July
2019    Saatchi’s Exhibition On Rave Culture Brings the Dank Underground to London, The Architects Newspaper, July 23rd 2019
2019    Time Machine: Sculptor Weaves Art from Science and History, The Yorkshire Post, 6th July 2019
2019    Saatchi Gallery to Host First Major Exhibition on Rave Culture, Crack Magazine, 2nd July 2019
2019    In Pictures: Big Name Artists Rework Centre Point Letters for Charity, Prime Resi, 12th June 2019
2019    All The Rave, The Times, 30th June 2019
2019    Highlights From the 2019 ADAA Art Show, Meniscus, 9th April 2019
2019    Artists in Their Studio – Conrad Shawcross, House and Garden, 12th March 2019
2019    A Visit To Historic Philadelphia for Presidents Day, Jewish Journal, 19th February 2019
2019    Selfridges Starts 2019 of with Major Arts Campaign ‘State of the Arts’, FAD Magazine, 10th January 2019
2019    Top Artists Join Forces to Raise Money for Refugee Crisis, Artlyst 9th January 2019
2018    Destination Art – 500 Artworks Worth the Trip, Phaidon, Nov 2018
2018    Psychogeometries, Conrad Shawcross monogram, Elephant Publishing, November 2018
2018    GQ, Letters from the heart, November 2018
2018    Cure3 2018, auction catalogue, Bonhams London, October 2018
2018    Michelle Caffrey, Philadelphia Business Journal, Comcast Technology Center is now open. Here’s the story behind its world-class art, 19th October 2018
2018    Philadelphia Inquirer, Towering artwork, 18th October 2018
2018    AP News, New Comcast tower to open lobby showcasing unique artworks, 18th October 2018
2018    The Inquirer, Comcast to open lobby in new tower to public on Thursday, 17th October 2018
2018    Philadelphia Magazine, The new Comcast Technology Centre will open to the public this week, 15th October 2018
2018    Frieze Week London 2018, Conrad and Marina, 4th October 2018
2018    Vista Today, With $1.5 billion price tag, Comcast Technology Center takes city to new heights, 1st October 2018
2018    Tabish Khan, FAD Magazine, The top 7 art exhibitions to see in London during Frieze week, 30th September 2018
2018    Contract Design, Comcast introduces Philadelphia’s tallest building, 24th September 2018
2018    Philadelphia Magazine, 30 fascinating things I learned on a tour of the new Comcast Technology Center, 20th September 2018
2018    Billy Penn, Lobby poetry, elevator games and a giant orb: Inside the Comcast Technology Center, 20th September 2018
2018    Wallpaper* Online, Science and art prove a potent combination in the hands of Conrad Shawcross, 18th September 2018
2018    The Guardian Online, Conrad Shawcross review – beware of the toppling tetrahedrons – 4/5 stars, 14th September 2018
2018    Artribune, Esplosioni controllate. Intervista a Conrad Shawcross, 13th September 2018
2018    Art Agenda, Conrad Shawcross: After the Explosion, Before the Collapse, 9th September 2018
2018    Seen London, After the Explosion, Before the Collapse: Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro, Mayfair, 9th September 2018
2018    The Guardian, What to see this week in the UK – Five of the best…exhibitions, 7th Septembe
2018    The Guardian, The ticking Clock, Asians looking west and Orlando today – the week in art, 7th September 2018
2018    London Evening Standard, Conrad Shawcross – The shape of science, 11th September 2018
2018    London Evening Standard online, Conrad Shawcross on how DNA and giraffe necks make it into his science-inspired art, 11th September 2018
2018    The FT, How to spend it, An explosive Conrad Shawcross exhibition, 4th September 2018
2018    KCW Today, Frieze Sculpture revisited, 3rd September 2018
2018    British Council, Schools Online – Connecting Classrooms: A world in pictures: The art & environment challenge, 28th August 2018
2018    Luxury London, Chelsea Barracks gets its first public artwork, 15th August 2018
2018    Zeal NYC, Art break: A reverse commute uncovers museum gold in Connecticut, 6th August 2018
2018    Artlyst, Free art in London this summer 2018, 24th July 2018
2018    The Times, Art review: Frieze Sculpture 2018, Regent’s Park, 8th July 2018
2018    Architect, Frieze Sculpture opens summer exhibition with 25 pieces, 5th July 2018
2018    London Evening Standard, Frieze Sculpture 2018 review: The sun is out and so is the fun in Regent’s Park, 4th July 2018
2018    Artnet, Here are the top 5 highlights of Frieze Sculpture 2018, 4th July 2018
2018    It’s Nice That, Frieze Sculpture 2018 proves the power of art in the public realm, 4th July 2018
2018    Business Standard, Giant penguin and dancing hare animate London park art fair, 4th July 2018
2018    Blouin Art Info International, Frieze Sculpture 2018 at Regents Park in London, July 2018
2018    Hartford Courant, Shawcross ‘Monolith’ a big, and shiny, new addition outside Atheneum, 22nd June 2018
2018    The Culture Diary, Huge sculpture in Conrad Shawcross’s first US museum exhibition, June 2018
2018    Artfix Daily, Wadsworth Atheneum exhibition marks U.S. museum premier for British artist Conrad Shawcross, 13th June 2018
2018    London Evening Standard, Frieze Sculpture 2018: Tracey Emin amongst artists announced for Regent’s Park outdoor exhibition, 12th June 2018
2018    London Evening Standard, Summer Exhibition review: RA balance contemplation and riotous fun in 250th anniversary double bill, 7th June 2018
2018    Artlyst, Ten things I loved about the RA’s 250 anniversary Summer Exhibition, 6th June 2018
2018    The Times, Visual art review: Summer Exhibition 2018, 5th June 2018
2018    The Guardian, Summer Exhibition/The Great Spectacle review – a Grayson revolution, 5th June 2018
2018    RA Magazine, Summer Exhibition 2018, Summer 2018
2018    HK Tatler, Summer 2018
2018    Crossrail – The Art of The Build, Crossrail Ltd, 2018
2018    Time Out London, Art for the Elizabeth line, 20th March 2018
2018    Widewalls, Conrad Shawcross at Liverpool Street West, March 2018
2018    The Art Newspaper, Trainspotting: Yayoi Kusama’s polka dot sculpture is latest London Crossrail commission, 13th March 2018
2018    Visual Diplomacy USA, Artist of the day, 7th March 2018
2017 RIBA, The laboratory, Dulwich College, 2nd August 2017
2017    RIBA, The laboratory, Dulwich College, 2nd August 2017
2017    Bloomberg Online, The art world star breaking the gallery model, 10th July 2017
2017    London Evening Standard, St Pancras sculpture takes orbit to celebrate the magic of mechanics and motion, 28th June 2017
2017    The Art Newspaper, Conrad Shawcross channels Brexit in St Pancras International sculpture, 28th June 2017
2017    Wallpaper*, Man of parts: Conrad Shawcross, July 2017
2017    Financial Times, Mechanical sculpture set in motion at St Pancras, 22nd June 2017
2017    It’s Nice That!, Conrad Shawcross explores the ‘riddle and mystery’ of objects in new light work for The Barbican, 5th June 2017
2017    Louisa Elderton, Frieze, The base of the world, 4th May 2017
2016    New Scientist, The Optic Cloak, 24th September 2016
2016    Newsnight, BBC 2, The Optic Cloak, 19th September 2016
2016    The Telegraph Magazine, A Monumental Metal Structure, 17th September 2016
2016    The Art Newspaper, Top shows during Art Basel in Hong Kong, 22 March 2016
2016    Nick Compton, Wallpaper*, Optic Nerve, April 2016
2016    Antonia Quirke, Christie’s Magazine, High Achiever, March-April 2016
2016    Javier Pes, The Art Newspaper, Conrad Shawcross’s monumental sculpture arrives on time in St Pancras, London, 25 February 2016
2016    Hester Lacey, FT Weekend Magazine, The Inventory: Conrad Shawcross, 20 February 2016
2016    Ben Luke, London Evening Standard, Man of Steel, 18 February 2016
2015    Ben Luke, Sothebys Magazine, Outside Interests, September 2015
2015    Florence Hallett, The Arts Desk, An Open Book: Conrad Shawcross, 8 August 2015
2015    Elle Decoration, A Season of Shawcross, July 2015
2015    Becky Barnicoat, The Guardian, Before they were famous: art stars on their final degree shows, 23 June 2015
2015    Francesca Wade, Studio International, Conrad Shawcross: The Dappled Light of The Sun, 19 June 2015
2015    Nicholas Forrest, Artinfo Online, Inverted Spires and Descendant Folds – review, 14 June 2015
2015    Jesc Bunyard, Hunger TV Online, Conrad Shawcross at Dulwich Park, 14 June 2015
2015    Nick Compton, Wallpaper, Looming Large, 12 June 2015
2015    Ocula Online, Inverted Spires and Descendant Folds – review, 11 June 2015
2015    Catherine Milner, How To Spend It, 9 June 2015
2015    Aimee Farrell, The New York Times, In London, Conrad Shawcross’ Colossal Monument, 4 June 2015
2015    Patrick Sykes, The Dappled Light of the Sun, exhibition catalogue, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2015    Louis Wise, Sunday Times, June 2015
2015    The Times, 31 May 2015
2015    Luciana Bellini & Beatriz Choi, Tatler, 29 May 2015
2015    Jackie Wullschlager, Financial Times, The Rise of Conrad Shawcross, 15 May 2015
2015    Conrad Shawcross, Tate Etc,  Conrad Shawcross on his new work on the site of a stolen Hepworth, May 2015
2015    David Chipperfield, RA Magazine, On Fertile Ground, May 2015
2015    Doron Swade and Conrad Shawcross, Art Quarterly,  Art Born of Science, March 2015
2015    The Peninsula Edition 1, Febuary 2015
2014    Risekult.com, Conrad Shawcross: The ADA Project, 10 December 2014
2014    Louise Benson, POSTMatter, The ADA Project, 16 October 2014
2014    Jessica Bunyard, Hunger TV, Conrad Shawcross: The ADA Project, 13 October 2014
2014    Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper, Ada the robot struts her stuff, 13 October 2014
2014    Kate Kellaway, The Observer, Conrad Shawcross’s Ada – the disco robot, 12 October 2014
2014    Amy Macpherson, Royal Academy blog, Conrad Shawcross RA discusses the ADA Project, 10 October 2014
2014    Harry Mount, ES Magazine, London’s Ultimate Village, 10 October 2014
2014    Louise Jury, The Evening Standard, Bold Sculpture to Symbolise Work of Medical Institute, 6 October 2014
2014    Peifen Sung, Harper’s Bazaar Art China, Conrad Shawcross Creates Beautiful Mystery, September 2014
2014    Patrick Sykes, The White Review, Interview with Conrad Shawcross, May 2014
2014    Tom Jeffreys, Royal Academy Blog, Ten Minutes with Conrad Shawcross RA, 10 March 2014
2014    The Creators Project, Australia Lights Up With Conrad Shawcross’ Robot Powered Installation, 22 January 2014
2014    Annabel Ross, Sunday Age, Melbourne, Futuristic ‘robot light art’ the shape of things to come, 19 January 2014
2014    Alex Needham, The Guardian, Conrad Shawcross: the Ada Project – review, 18 January 2014
2014    Liz Hoggard, Crafts, Art of Scale and Function, January/February 2014
2014    The Vinyl Factory, Record Club: British Artist Conrad Shawcross Picks his 8 Favourite Records, 6 January 2014
2013    Hettie Judah, Ten Years in the Bag, Violette Editions for Selfridges, London
2013    Peter Weibel and Ljiljana Fruk (eds), Molecular Aesthetics, ZKM Karlsruhe
2013    Philip Ball, Cliff Lauson, Ralph Rugoff, Anne Wagner, Light Show, exhibition catalogue, Hayward Publishing, London
2013    James Cahill, Elephant, Conrad Shawcross’s Odyssey, Autumn 2013
2013    James Cahill, Apollo Magazine, Same Old Story?, October 2013
2013    Adriano Berengo, Suzanne Higgot, James Putnam, David Toop, Glasstress, exhibition catalogue, University of the Arts London
2013    Ria Higgins, The Sunday TimesA Life in the Day: My mechanical universe, 11 August 2013
2013    Sarah Crompton, The TelegraphTimepiece, Conrad Shawcross/ Azimuth, Wayne McGregor, review, 10 August 2013
2013    Richard Morrison, The TimesConrad Shawcross gives us a perfect August pastime, 2 August 2013
2013    Ben Luke, London Evening StandardConrad Shawcross: Timepiece, Roundhouse- exhibition review, 1 August 2013
2013    Freire Barnes, TimeOutClock this!, July 30 – August 5 2013
2013    Alastair Sooke, The TelegraphConrad Shawcross: Turning a tramshed into a timepiece, 31 July 2013
2013    Alastair Sooke, The TelegraphTime is of the essence, 27 July 2013
2013    Jonathan Jones, The GuardianArt o’clock: Conrad Shawcross turns the Roundhouse into one giant timepiece, 23 July 2013
2013    Markus Brüderlin, Serge Lemoine, Marianne Le Pommeré, et al, Dynamo, exhibition catalogue, Grand Palais, Paris
2013    The Vinyl Factory, Artist Conrad Shawcross Unveils Robotic Light Installation in Homage to Pioneer of Early Computing Ada Lovelace, 7 June 2013
2013    Benjamin Faga, Ars MagazineLooking at Machines, January – March 2013
2012    Andrew Wilson (ed), The Mercedes and Ian Stoutzker Gift to Tate, Tate Publishing, London
2012    Luke Jennings, The Observer‘It’s dangerous… a real presence, not just a built object’, 1 July 2012
2012    Sophie Hastings, GQThe Coolest Figure in British Art, July 2012
2012    Sophie Hastings, Financial TimesJust what the collector ordered, 23 June 2012
2012    Richard Fairman, Financial TimesDancing about Titian, 9 June 2012
2012    Minna Moore Ede and Monica Mason, Titian: Metamorphosis, exhibition catalogue, Art/Books, London
2012    Mark Brown, The Guardian onlineTate given artworks by David Hockney, Lucian Freud and Rachel Whiteread, 29 May 2012
2012    Ziba Ardalan (ed), Lines of Thought, exhibition catalogue, Parasol Unit for Contemporary Art, London
2011    Axel Vervoordt (ed), TRA. Edge of Becoming, exhibition catalogue, Vervoordt Foundation, Belgium
2011    Sophie Elmhirst, New StatesmanNotes in the Margin: Sands of time, 27 April 2011
2011    Charles Darwent, The IndependentRevealed, Turner Contemporary, Margate, 24 April 2011
2011    Mark Hudson, The Daily TelegraphMargate makes the right connections, 19 April 2011
2011    Hugh Pearman, The Sunday Times Culture SupplementThe light is as lovely as ever, but this is still Margate, 17 April 2011
2011    Paul Levy, The Wall Street JournalAn Eruption in Margate, 15 April 2011
2011    Brian Sewell, Evening StandardWhat’s this… Slough-on-Sea?, 14 April 2011
2011    Diana Crampton, Kent LifeTurner Contemporary in Margate, April 2011
2011    Sarah Martin (ed), Revealed: Turner Contemporary, exhibition catalogue, Turner Contemporary, Margate
2011    Ben Hoyle, The TimesAll-rhyming, all-dancing celebration on an Olympic scale, 11 April 2011
2010    Judith van Meeuwen (ed), ShadowDance, exhibition catalogue, Kunsthal KAdE Amersfoort
2010    Hannah Duguid, The Independent, Silverspoon successes: The intellectual, affluent and well-connected new generation of Young British Artists, August 13 2010
2010    Jerry Saltz, New York Magazine, May 31 2010
2010    Ken Johnson, The New York TimesConrad Shawcross: ‘The Nervous System (Inverted)’, May 13 2010
2009    Rachel Cooks and Katherine Rose, The ObserverConrad Shawcross: The Interview, October 11 2009
2009    Helen Sumpter, Time OutTunnel Vision, October 8 2009
2009    George Hooper, Ed Humpreys, Robin Mackay, Helen Sumpter, Chord, exhibition catalogue, Measure Publishing, London
2009    Rebecca Guiness, Vanity FairLondon Artist Conrad Shawcross Makes His Mark in New York, 12 June 2009
2009    Sanjoy Roy, New StatesmanPlaying to the gallery, 9 April 2009
2009    Donald Hutera, The TimesDance: The Collection, 26 March 2009
2009    Judith Mackrell, The GuardianGallery of movement contemplates the dancer as work of art, 24 March 2009
2009    Hugo Rifkind, The TimesThe Carpenter’s Greatest Hits, March 11
2009    Robin Mackay, Collapse Vol. VShadows of Copernicanism
2009    Ben Luke, Art World, Forget Art – Let’s Dance The Collection: Victoria Miro Gallery and Siobhan Davies Studio,February/March 2009
2008    Interview by Roberto Lambarelli, Arte e CriticaStructure is a common thread, September/November 2008
2008    Thomas Persson, Acne PaperLismore Castle Revisited, Issue 7, Winter 08/09
2009    Time OutFresh set of eyes, 23 – 29 October 2009
2008    London Artists Directory, Flash Art, October 2008
2008    Louisa Adam, BingAxiom, 20 September 2008
2008    Art World, The Eye, August/September 2008
2008    Sam Thorne, Frieze.comA Life of Their Own, 16 July 2008
2008    Richard Cork, RA MagazineTop Forms, Summer 2008
2008    Richard Cork, Financial TimesExpect the Unexpected, 26/27 April 2008
2008    Jan Dalley, Financial TimesArtistic Impressions, Spring 2008
2008    Jessica Lack, Art World Conrad Shawcross: Machine Man, February / March
2007    Emily Candela, The IndependentConrad Shawcross, 23 October
2007    Jan Dalley, Financial TimesWarming to the Frieze Effect, 13 October
2007    Ossian Ward, Time OutHave I Got New for You?, 26 September – 2 October
2007    Andrea Bellini, SculptureShifting Paradigms: A Conversation with Conrad Shawcross, July/August
2007    Ann Lee, Hackney Gazette & North London AdvertiserArtist appeals for the return of his Soulcatcher, 29 March
2007    Oliver Duff, The IndependentSteals on wheels: Shawcross loses Capri, 23 March
2007    Valentine Low, Evening Standard, Sculptor in Search of a lost Soul, 13 April
2007    Francesca Martin; Stephanie Theobald, Harper’s BazaarState of the Art, April
2007    Tom Morton, FriezeConrad Shawcross, March
2007    Sally O’Reilly, FriezeRiflemaker Becomes Indica, March
2007    Ana Finel Honigman, Art in AmericaConrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro, February
2007    Andrew Wilson, Art Monthly, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, 2007, no. 2
2006    Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The TimesThey all wanted to change the world, 12 November
2006    Charles Darwent, The Independent on SundayThe Grooviest Gallery, 26 November
2006    Eloise Napier, Harper’s BazaarSomething like a Phenomenon, November
2006    Rebecca Rushmer, Professional EngineeringLiving Sculptures, 8 November
2006    Scott Reyburn, Antiques Trade GazetteFour Years Old and Fully Grown Up – the Phenomenon that is Frieze, 28 Oct
2006    Dazed and ConfusedConrad Shawcross, October
2006    Peter Chapman, IndependentPick of the week: Conrad Shawcross, 28 October
2006    Helen Sumpter, Time OutConrad Shawcross, 25 October
2006    Hannah Duguid, IndependentMetaphysical machines and double sums, 16 October
2006    The Art Newspaper/Frieze Art Fair DailyConrad Shawcross: Light Entertainment, 14-15 October
2006    V&A MagazineMental Freefall without a parachute, Winter
2006    Harriet Lane, VogueThe Art of Invention, November
2006    Julian Kiverstein, MapWhere in the World do Art & Science Meet?, Issue 5, Spring
2006    Andrea Bellini, S.N.O.W Sculpture in Non-Objective Way, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Turin
2005    Oliver Basciano, WonderlandLife in 3-D, Issue 2, December 2005/January 2006
2005    Alistair Sooke, Daily TelegraphIn the Studio, 29 November
2005    Tim Adams, ObserverPortrait of the artist as a young boffin, 27 November
2005    Jessica Cheney, London MagazineConrad Shawcross, August / September
2005    Sally O’Reilly, The GuardianConrad Shawcross, 3 September
2005    Conrad Shawcross: The Steady States exhibition catalogue, texts by Jenny Uglow and Andrea Bellini. New Art Gallery, Walsall and the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
2005    Delphine Velloire, Jalouse, L’homme machine, February
2005    Michael Glover, The Independent ReviewLike a circle in a spiral, 25 January
2005    Fisun Guner, Metro LifeDeep Sea Monster, 5 January
2004    Mary Horlock, Financial TimesGreenwich ideal for time sensitive sculpture, 28 December
2004    John Russel Taylor, The TimesLooking for the deus in machina, 22 December
2004    Rose Jennings, The ObserverTime and Motion Studies, 19 December
2004    Nick Hackworth, Evening StandardStriking out into the vast unknown, 17 December
2004    Nick Hackworth, Dazed & ConfusedBatteries Not Included, Vol. 2 Issue #10, p. 106-9
2004    Adeline Iziren, The Guardian (Rise Section)What Happened Next?, 17 January p. 1-2
2003    Martin Herbert, ArtforumBest of 2003, December, p.134
2003    Jane Campbell, The Independent, 50 Best Tips for Investing in Art, 25 – 31 October, p. 7
2003    Colin Gleadell, The Telegraph magazine, 29th March, p.46–53.
2003    Jane Neal, Contemporary, Issue 49, p. 90
2003    Martin Herbert, Frieze, April Issue, p. 101
2003    Simon Morrissey, Art Monthly, March
2003    Richard Dorment, Daily Telegraph, 5 February.
2003    Jorn Ebner, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1 February
2003    Martin Coomer, Time Out (London), 29 January – 5 February
2003    Nick Hackworth, Evening StandardDesigns upon the nature of time, 21 January
2003    Florence Hallet, What’s On, 15–22 January
2003    Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper, January
2003    Sophie Léris, Art ReviewArtist Profile, January
2002    Geoff Nicholson, Modern PaintersSoul-Searching in a Ford Capri, Winter
2001    Niru Ratnam, The Face, May

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