Mathew Wayne Parkin
Mathew Wayne Parkin is an artist who lives and works in Glasgow. They mainly work in moving image, platforming and text, working in and against institutions. They are particularly interested in autobiography and how to support various bodies to inhabit space.
Often they work with friends, lovers, peers and family both in the production and as the subject of moving image work. Recurring themes are the body, accessibility, class, intimacy, geography, provisionality, queerness, sex and kinship. They are trying to resist dominant forms of media and sit against professionalised forms of moving image production.
Solo exhibitions include: Mud Mask, PIP 3: Mathew Parkin with Charlotte Cullen, Poor Image Projects, Leeds (2018); A Discourse of Pricks with Jamie Hudson, V22 Project Space, London (2018); 01/2017 – Screening and in-conversation with Paul Clinton, The Tetley, Leeds (2017); I believe in you, IMT Gallery, London (2016); One Touch, The Telfer Gallery, Glasgow (2013); When Passive Aggressive Strategies Fail to Get Results, Supercollider, Blackpool (2012).
Group exhibitions include: Coventry Biennial 2019, Coventry (2019); LUX Scotland Artists' Moving Image Festival 2018, Tramway, Glasgow (2018); Young London 2018, V22, London (2018); This Is It, Isn't It?, Workplace Gallery, Gateshead (2016); Like a floral knife, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh (2016); BORGER: [The sticky tablet], via Whatsapp, Traffic, Antwerp (2016); Film Open touring, Spike Island, Bristol, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Transmission, Glasgow, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, S1 Artspace, Sheffield and the ICA, London (2015).