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NEWS Edwin Burdis’ ‘Remix #4’

23 June 2016  |  Latest News

Listen to  “Remix #4 – Edwin Burdis_This Land (WAIT!)” recorded by Edwin Burdis earlier this month for his solo exhibition ‘AutoLaque’ at VITRINE, Basel. Listen here.

NEWS Edwin Burdis

14 January 2016  |  Latest News

Edwin Burdis is one of 15 artists to be awarded A Creative Wales Award who aim to support artists’ development. For more information click here


PRESS Edwin Burdis in Time Out

14 January 2016  |  Press

Edwin Burdis is part of a group exhibition  ‘Jerwood Encounters: Common Property’ – the exhibition has been featured in one of Time Outs best exhibitions to see. Read the article here.

PRESS Edwin Burdis in The Double Negative

14 January 2016  |  Press

Jerwood Encounters: Common Property has been featured in The Double Negative’s article ‘Roll up, Roll up: Unmissable UK Exhibitions Jan-Mar 2016’ – Where Edwin Burdis has work featured. Read the article here.

NEWS Edwin Burdis in Group Exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts

20 November 2015  |  Latest News

Edwin Burdis shall be taking part in a group exhibition in the New Year, Jerwood Encounters: Common Property from 15 January – 21 February 2016 at Jerwood Visual Arts. Click here for more details.

NEWS Longmeg performance at g|39

4 October 2015  |  Latest News

Edwin Burdis will perform with Kieron Livingstone and Jan Green as Longmeg at g|39, Cardiff on Friday 11 December. For more information on the event, click here, or to find out more about Longmeg, click here.

NEWS Edwin Burdis in Mould Map

4 October 2015  |  Latest News

Drawings by Edwin Burdis have been included in the fourth edition of Mould Map, a publication series dedicated to new comics and narrative art, co-edited by Hugh Frost and Leon Sadler. The new edition explores Europe and its possible futures. For more information, click here.

NEWS Edwin Burdis Group Exhibition

17 August 2015  |  Latest News

Edwin Burdis is working with Melissa Appleton and Joanna Chambers to organise the group exhibition ‘F O O D’ at Broadleaf Books. The show will comprise sculpture, painting, text and sound, featuring work from Sean Edwards, Katherine Gardener, S Mark Gubb, Andy Holden, Rosy Head, Mustafa Hulusi, Mark Leckey, Heather Phillipson, Natasha Rees, Bedwyr Williams, Clare Woods and Tom Woolner. ‘F O O D’ will run between Friday 18 and Sunday 20 September, with a private view on Friday 18 September from 6-8 pm. For more information, click here.