dave.turley@hotmail.com

 

b. 1977, Australia

lives and works in London, UK

 

EDUCATION

2009 MA (Art in Public Space) RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

2004 BA (Visual Arts) Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018 Pisspots and Paintings, London, UK

2015 There’s always a chance we could live forever, Signal Arts, London, UK 

2014 Paintings and/or Things, ASC Bond House Projects, London, UK

2013 [So Modern], Free Range Project Space, Perth, Australia

2011 On being faithful, Free Range Project Space, Perth, Australia

2010 The Shit Dreams Are Made Of, Free Range Project Space, Perth, Australia

2009 Sympathy and the Sea, Alda’s Project Space, Perth, Australia

2008 Now and Then, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

2008 Old Works, Central Institute of Technology, Perth, Australia

2007 From Time to Time, Moores Building, Fremantle, Australia

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019 The Ides of March, The Ides of March Project Space, London, UK

2018 Headcleaner, TOMA Project Space, Southend-on-Sea, UK

2017 Papercuts, curated by Kristian Day, Tripp Gallery, London, UK

2016 Jerwood Open Forest, Jerwood Space, London, UK

2014 Medium, MOANA Projects, Perth, Australia

2013 The Order of Things, Charlie Smith, London, UK

2012 RBS Bursary Awards, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK

2012 The Conservatorium, Paper Mountain, Perth, Australia

2011 ASC Open 11, Bond House, London, UK

2010 Duetto, Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Australia

2010 Wallpaper, Central Institute of Technology, Perth, Australia

2010 City of Joondalup Invitation Art Award, Perth, Australia

2009 Siemens Scholarship Exhibition, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

2009 Big Name, No Blankets, Central Institute of Technology, Perth, Australia

2009 When All Else Fails (Part II), Free Range Gallery, Perth, Australia

2009 When All Else Fails (Part I), Kurb Gallery, Perth, Australia

2008 Human Movement, AMP Building, Melbourne, Australia

2008 Sir Charles Gairdner Invitation Art Award, Perth, Australia

2006 We See a Darkness, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, Australia

2006 Get a Life, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, Australia

2006 Burying the Future, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia

2006 Dream, Ben's Cafe, Tokyo

2005 Diary, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia

2005 Gendered Agenda, Moores Building, Fremantle, Australia

2005 The Truth, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth, Australia

2005 Getting in Some Practice, Free Range Gallery, Perth, Australia

2005 Caution Uneven Floor, Moores Building, Fremantle, Australia

2005 All You Need, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, Australia

2005 Vitreosity, Moores Building, Fremantle, Australia

2004 Gomboc Sculpture Survey, Perth, Western Australia

2004 May Contain Traces of Nuts, Kurb Gallery, Perth, Australia

2004 The End, RocketArt Gallery, Newcastle, Australia

2004 The Magic Mirror, Kurb Gallery, Perth, Australia

2004 City of Joondalup Invitation Art Award, Perth, Australia

2003 Free Cheese, Breadbox Gallery, Perth, Australia

2003 Verging, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, Australia

2003, Art & Sex, Kurb Gallery, Perth, Australia

2003 Sorry, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, Australia

AWARDS / RESIDENCIES / GRANTS

2014 Creative Industries Career Fund, Copyright Agency, Sydney, Australia

2012 Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK

2011 Arts Development Grant, Western Australian Department of Culture & Arts

2010 Janet Holmes a Court Grant, NAVA, Sydney, Australia

2010 Artflight Grant, Western Australian Department of Culture & Arts

2009 Artist in Residence, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

2008 Artist in Residence, Bathurst Regional Gallery (Hill End), Australia

2008 Arts Development Grant, Western Australian Department of Culture & Arts

2007 Artist in Residence, Central Institute of Technology, Perth, Australia

2006 Australia Council for the Arts Studio, Tokyo, Japan

2006 Artist in Residence, Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia

2006 New Concepts Arts Development Grant, ARTSWA

2005 Artist in Residence, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Australia

2004 Artist in Residence, Rocket Art, Newcastle, Australia

COLLECTIONS

Private collections in Australia, Japan, UK