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Joanne Tatham & Tom O'Sullivan

Heroin Kills

£10

Sewn bound offset-printed black and white exhibition catalogue
22.9 x 17cm 

Edition size 1000 unsigned and unnumbered 

78 pages

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About the Publication

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show of the work of Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan held November 23, 2001 - January 20, 2002. Text by Alexia Holt and Lars Bang Larsen. Includes transcribed anonymous oral history accounts given by those with personal relationships to drug addiction.

About the artists

Joanne Tatham (b. 1971, West Yorkshire) and Tom O’Sullivan (b. 1967, Norfolk) live and work in Newcastle.

Joanne Tatham (b. 1971, West Yorkshire) and Tom O’Sullivan (b. 1967, Norfolk) live and work in Newcastle and London. Solo exhibitions include: ‘DOES THE ITERATIVE FIT’, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2018); Glasgow 2018 European Championships,, George Square, Glasgow (2018); ‘A Successful Proposition for the Great North Exhibition’, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2018); ‘The abstraction of doing into labour’, Summer Windows Project, Hermès Maison, Shanghai (2018); ‘A Proposal To Ask Where Does A Threshold Begin & End’, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough (2017); ‘A petition for an enquiry into a condition of anxiety’, The Modern Institute (2016); ‘Are you LOCATIONALIZED’, North Uist and Isle of Skye (2014); DOES THE IT FIT, Co-curated by Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (2012); A tool for the making of signs, Chapter, Cardiff (2012); The story of how we came to be here, what we did before we got here, how you have forgotten why you asked us here and why we cannot remember why we came, or: Is this what brings things into focus? Performance, Studio Voltaire, London (2012); Direct serious action is therefore necessary, CCA, Glasgow (2010); You can take it as a thing or you can take it as a thing, La Salle de Bains, Lyon (2009) and Oh we will, we will, will we, Studio Voltaire, London (2005).

Special thanks to the artist and The Modern Institute/ Toby Webster LTD, Glasgow.


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