Cornford and Cross
Group exhibitions

 

The Lion and the Unicorn
Give Me Shelter
The Once and Future King
Steel security wire over buried well
Attingham Park, Shropshire, England
Exhibition included Henry Krokatsis, I
van and Heather Morrison and Keith Wilson
Curated by Anne de Charmant
Meadow Arts, Ludlow, England
27 September 2008—27 September 2009

T/raum(a)’68
Unrealized Projects 1997—2002
Photographs, texts on paper
Exhibition included Marcel Broodthaers, Andre Cadere and Erwin Wurm
Curated by Michel Dewilde, Stef Van Bellingen
Cultuurcentrum, Brugge, Belgium
1 September—7 October 2007
Catalogue

Obliterated Landscape
A Month in the Country
Stock photographs, whitewash, text on paper
Exhibition included Shezad Dawood, Saron Hughes and Nikolaj Larsen
Matthew Bown Gallery, London
26 April—26 May 2007

Tra Monti
Why Read The Classics?
Film lamp, reflector on marble statue
Curated by Adrienne Drake, Athéna Panni, and
Maria Rosaria Rinaldi
Tra Monti district, Rome, Italy
15 September—2 October 2005

There is Always an Alternative
Christmas Card
Price sticker on gift card, text on paper
Exhibition included Alison Marchant, Hayley Newman, Giorgio Sadotti
Curated by Dave Beech and Mark Hutchinson
Temporary Contemporary Gallery, London
29 May—10 July 2005
Catalogue

Longitude, Latitude, Season
Childhood’s End
Anarchy symbol drawn by fighter jet in the sky, shown as two-screen video installation
Exhibition included Mark Harris, Robert Moss and Guillem Ramos Poquí
Curated by Brendan O’Neil
Catalyst Arts, Belfast, Northern Ireland
17 September—9 October 2004

Perfectly Placed
Where is the Work?
Cast iron floor grille, text on paper
Exhibition included Adam Chodzco, Goshka Macuga and Paula Roush
Curated by Donna Lynas
South London Gallery
6—29 August 2004


Values: 11th International Biennial of Visual Arts
How Buildings Learn
Doorway blocked by archive material
Civilization and its Discontents
Black flags flown from cultural buildings
Exhibition included Daniel Buren, Jeremy Deller and Mark Wallinger
Curated by Svetlana Mladenov and Igor Antic
Pancevo, Serbia and Montenegro
29 May—10 July 2004
Catalogue


Tonight
The End of History
Text on paper
Exhibition included Adam Chodzco, Liam Gillick and Andrew Grassie
Curated by Paul O’Neill
Studio Voltaire, London
15 April—30 May 2004

Tales of the City
Camelot
Photograph, text on paper
Exhibition included Nils Norman, Abigail Reynolds and Gary Stevens
Directed by Ann Gallagher
British Council, Artefiera Bologna, Italy
21—26 January 2004
Catalogue


A Period Eye
A Month in the Country
Stock photographs, whitewash, text on paper
Exhibition with Richard Billingham and Sarah Jones
Curated by Richard Denyer
Norwich Castle Museum, England
29 September 2003—29 February 2004
Catalogue


Imaging London
The End of Art Theory
Photographs, text on paper
Exhibition included Tim Brennan, Hadrian Piggott and Elizabeth Price
Curated by Ben Cranfield
Houldsworth Fine Art, London
17 July—18 August 2003

Civic Centre: reclaiming the right to performance
Cosmopolitan
USA marriage agency interviews with Russian women, CD players, headphones
Curated by Alan Read
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
15 April 2003

Strike
Civilization and its Discontents
Black flag flown from gallery roof
Exhibition included Fiona Banner, Martin Creed and Jeremy Millar
Curated by Gavin Wade and Liam Gillick
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, England
14 September—9 November 2002
Catalogue

Re: mote
New Holland, Jerusalem and Utopia
Photographs, texts on paper
Exhibition included Alexander and Susan Maris, Dalziel and Scullion, and Erwin Wurm
Curated by Camilla Jackson
Photographers’ Gallery, London
30 November 2001—19 January 2002


Let’s Get to Work II
How Buildings Learn
Gallery doorway blocked by art books
Exhibition included Kathrin Böhm, Atelier van Lieshout and Sarah Sze
Curated by Gavin Wade and Jonathan van Dyke
Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, USA
21 July—20 October 2001

 


What’s Wrong?
The End of Art Theory and Get Carter
Unrealized projects, texts on paper
Exhibition included Bank, David Burrows
and Mark Hosking
Curated by Dave Beech
The Trade Apartment, Brixton, London
5 October—5 November 2001


Look Out
Jerusalem
Photograph on canvas, text on paper
Exhibition included Stuart Brisley, Leon Golub and Mona Hatoum
Curated by Peter Kennard
Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, plus tour
2000—2001
Catalogue


Utopias
Childhood’s End
Anarchy symbol drawn by fighter jet in the sky, shown as two-screen video installation
Commissioned by the Norwich Gallery and the Mead Gallery, and produced by Film and Video Umbrella
Exhibition included Rodney Graham, Matthias Müller and Mariele Neudecker
Curated by Sarah Shalgosky, Rachael Thomas
Mead Gallery, Warwick University, England
4 October—4 December 2000
Catalogue, essay by Rachel Withers


Let’s Get to Work I
Cosmopolitan
USA marriage agency interviews with Russian women, video monitor, headphones
Exhibition included Ian Dawson, Simon Starling and Elizabeth Wright
Curated by Gavin Wade and Jonathan van Dyke
Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco, USA
1 April—13 May 2000


In the Midst of Things
Utopia
Restored ornamental pond, food dye, fountains
Women’s Recreation Ground, Bournville
Exhibition included Liam Gillick, Julian Opie and Lawrence Weiner
Curated by Nigel Prince and Gavin Wade    
Bournville, Birmingham, England
2 August—18 September 1999
Catalogue

East International
Jerusalem
Statue cast from bullet lead, Caen stone plinth
King Edward VI School, Norwich
Exhibition included Bank, Common Culture and Elizabeth Wright
Selected by Roy Arden and Peter Doig
Norwich Gallery,
Norwich School of Art & Design, England
12 July—28 August 1999
Catalogue

International Symposium on Electronic Art
Cosmopolitan
Video projection of USA marriage agency interviews with Russian women, shipping container, private security guard and dog
Pierhead, Liverpool, England
Exhibition included Willie Doherty, Judith Goddard and Keith Piper
Curated by Charles Esche
Manchester and Liverpool, England
2—7 September 1998
Catalogue

What Difference Does It Make?
10
Photographs on canvas, text on paper
Exhibition included Art in Ruins, Jeremy Deadman and Monika Oechsler
Selected by Kate Bush, Matthew Higgs, Olivier Richon and Ronnie Simpson
Cambridge Darkroom, England
14 June—26 July 1998


Cap Gemini Art Prize
10
Photographs, text on paper
Exhibition included Jane Prophet, Simon Robertshaw and Alexa Wright
Judging panel chaired by Charles Esche
Institute for Contemporary Arts, London
11 June—2 July 1998
Catalogue


Cosmopolitan
USA marriage agency interviews with Russian women, video monitor, headphones
Exhibition included Fiona Banner, Ian Hamilton Finlay and Mike Nelson
Curated by Lynda Morris
Norwich Gallery,
Norwich School of Art & Design, England
1—25 October 1997

East International
New Holland
Steel agricultural structure, sound system
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich
Exhibition included David Batchelor, Mark Hosking and Tomoko Takahashi
Selected by Tacita Dean and Nicholas Logsdail
Norwich Gallery,
Norwich School of Art & Design, England
12 July—30 August 1997
Catalogue

October 1917—1997


Backpacker
Golden Triangle
Three radios tuned to different stations,
playing in cafés across Chiang Mai City
Exhibition included Fiona Banner, Johnny Spencer and Richard Wentworth
Curated by Jian Jun Xi and Roman Vasseur
Chiang Mai City, Thailand
1—7 January 1997


Across Two Cultures: Digital Dreams 4
Park in the Park
Proposal to convert a city park into a car park Exhibition included Susan Collins, Gregory Green and Simon Robertshaw
Curated by Lisa Haskel and Helen Sloan
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
15—17 November 1996

City Limits
Camelot
Public open space enclosed by steel fencing
Albion Square, Stoke-on-Trent, England
Exhibition included Keith Coventry, Julian Opie a
nd Beat Streuli
Curated by Godfrey Burke and Terry Shave
University of Staffordshire, England
11—27 September 1996

Something Else

Operation Margarine
Paperback book in electric toaster
Exhibition included John Baldessari, Henry Bond and Richard Long
Curated by David Blamey
Camden Arts Centre, London
22 March—5 May 1996