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Ben Cain - Words, words, words


in either White or Cream

680 x 480 mm
Screen Print
White 300 gsm paper
Cream 315 gsm paper

Edition of 4 +1 AP

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Ben Cain (b 1975 Leeds UK) lives and works in London. He holds a BA in Interactive arts (First Class Hons.) from Manchester Metropolitan University, and optioned his MA from MA Jan van Eyck Akademie, Post Graduate Centre for Art, Design and Theory, Maastricht, NL. He is Lecturer on BA Fine Art (XD Pathway) at Central Saint Martins, and Senior Lecturer teaching on BA (Hons) and MA Fine Art at The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University.

Recent exhibitions and projects include: Companions, The Grundy, Blackpool UK and Finger, Figure, Finger, Figure, Finger, Finger, Figure, Tenderpixel, London UK; Open Source, London UK; RadioCity, audio performance and archive with Tina Gverović, Tate Britain, London UK (all 2015); A Stage Before, solo show at Supplement Gallery, London; performance as part of My Vocabulary Did This to Me, South London Gallery, London; performance with Jesse Ash as part of A Stuttering Exhibition, Centre Rhénan d'Art Contemporain, Altkirch CH; The City is Dead, Long Live The City, Dubrovnik HR; 54. Annale: Great Undoing, Porec HR; Turnovers, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade RS & Tate Modern Project Space, London; Down Time, The Tetley, Leeds UK; Art Sheffield 13, Sheffield UK (all 2014); A House of Leaves, Third Movement, DRAF, London; Sound Spill, 1500 Broadway, New York US; Words to be Spoken Aloud, Turner Contemporary, Margate UK (all 2013); Work in the Dark, Manifesta 9, Genk BE; Busan Biennale, Busan KR (both 2012); The Other Workshop, Herbert Reed Gallery, Canterbury UK (2011), Untitled (in progress), solo exhibition at Supplement Gallery, London; The Same Old Objects Keep Reappearing, Tu SMo, Museum of Modern Art, Pula HR, (both 2010) and The Making of the Means, Wiels, Brussels BE (2009).

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