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LuckyPDF is an artist group based in London, since 2008. LuckyPDF is made up of the artists James Early, John Hill, Ollie Hogan and Yuri Pattison primarily, with an extended network.[1] They create internet video programs typically showcasing other artists work.[2] Their website is similar in that their homepage also displays work by other up-and-coming artists. Most of the work they show is video art, performance art, digital art or new media art.

In late 2010 they collaborated with Auto Italia South East[3] to realise the project From LuckyPDF TV: This is Auto Italia Live, consisting of five, one-hour-long TV episodes performed and broadcast live over the internet and to a studio audience.[4]

LuckyPDF have had artist-residencies at SPACE (studios), Peckham, and the Woodmill,[5] both in London, UK.

In 2011 they exhibited at the Internet Pavilion at the Venice Biennale,[6] at the 3rd Athens Biennale[7][8] and were commissioned as part of Frieze Projects at the Frieze Art Fair 2011 alongside artists Bik Van der Pol, Pierre Huyghe, Christian Jankowski, Oliver Laric, Peles Empire, Laure Prouvost and Cara Tolmie.[9][10]


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