Andy Holden (artist)
Exhibitions of his work have included 'Chewy Cosmos Thingly Time' (2011) at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge and 'Art Now: Andy Holden' (2010) at TATE Britain exhibiting ‘Pyramid Piece’, an enormous knitted boulder based on piece of pyramid stolen from the great pyramid of Giza which he later returned.
Other works include an adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s ‘Brief Interviews with Hideous Men’ for stage, performed at the ICA, London (2012) and Arnolfini, Bristol, performance lectures with his father, ornithologist Peter Holden including 'Lecture on Birdsong' at TATE Britain, a lecture on cartoon physics titled, 'Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape' and the 'Dan Cox Library for the Unfinished Concept of Thingly Time' in memory of his friend Dan Cox.
Holden has also released several records with his band Grubby Mitts and co-runs the label Lost Toys Records. In 2010 he curated a festival of Artists' Music at Wysing Arts Centre called Be Glad for the Song Has No End.
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- "Annual Music Festival Archive – Wysing Arts Centre". www.wysingartscentre.org.
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