Dan Walwin (b. 1986 in Frome, UK) lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Their works concentrate on harnessing and channelling observed visceral qualities, often seemingly drawn to sensations that particular forms of “containment” produce. They pay close attention to movements of subjects, (also often being the embodied camera itself), swaying between the erratic and the hypnotic, and directly employing those remnants of the perverse process of containment.
Solo shows include: True place, Center for Contemporary Arts, Prague, Czech Republic (2019); Enclosures and desertion (screening), Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (2019); Winds, Cell Project Space, London, UK (2015); Sun room, P/////AKT, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2015).
Group exhibitions include: À Cris Ouverts, 6th Les Ateliers de Rennes - Contemporary Art Biennale, Rennes, France (2018); Non-linear / Dark Cinema (screening), LIMA, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2018); Over hang, W139, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2017); Dorothea van Stetten Art Award, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany (2016); Inflected Objects #2: Circulation - Mise en Séance, De Hallen Haarlem, Haarlem, Netherlands (2016); Infrastructural Objects (screening), The Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK. For more information visit: danwalwin.co.uk