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Patrick Goddard: Trip To Eclipse 1–23 February 2020 | Revolver II Part 3 9 November–14 December 2014 | Revolver II Trailers: Launch of Operation Paperclip Saturday 21 June 2014 | Editions | Artist’s Website



Patrick Goddard | Revolver II Part 3 | 9 November–14 December 2014 | Private View: Sunday 9 November 2–5pm

Patrick Goddard, Free Radicals, 2013. Video projection, detail, courtesy the artist.

Patrick Goddard
Goddard's recent works have taken the form of videos, books, performances and sculpture; all with an emphasis on observational anecdotes or research led articles. Without becoming politically illustrative, many works explore socio-politically loaded issues from conceptions of evil to class politics, sociology to anarchy, the uncanny to the absurd. Saturated with a sense of pathos, narratives undermine themselves with a self-defeating humour, playfully calling into question the sincerity or authority of the narrator, and the artist.

Goddard's debut graphic novel Operation Paperclip, 2014, was launched at Matt's Gallery as a Trailer to Revolver II.


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Biography
Born London, 1984. Lives and works in London Education 2009–11 MFA Goldsmiths University, London 2003–06 Fine Art BA (hons), Bath Spa University Solo Exhibitions 2012 So Far, So Good.. So What?, X Marks the Bökship, London 2009 A Play in One Act, The Agency Gallery, London 2008 We Regretfully Decline Your Invitation, The Agency Gallery (S.T.O.R.A.G.E), London 2007 A Slow Humour, Section Six Gallery, London Selected Group Exhibitions 2013 This Fanciful Digression (screening), Black Maria, London The Conch (screening), South London Gallery, London 2012 Minits 4, Flat Time House, The John Latham Foundationa and Archive, London Perspectivism, Slakthusateljéerna, Stockholm Minstrel and Chronicle, Hannah Barry Gallery, London Forehead 1, Sauna galley, London 2011 STRESSING SPIRITUAL NEEDS WHEN SELLING ICE-CREAM, DNA galerie, Berlin Kropla do Kropli I Bedzie Morze, Galeria AS, Krakow Other Peoples Problems, Project Space Leeds, Leeds Stockholm Syndrome, Bussey Building, London The Absurd Hero, Hatch Space, London 2010 Halligalli, Oktober Gallery, Dusseldorf The Devolution of Everyday Life. Vulpes Vulpes Gallery, London 2009 Alternative Risk Transfer, The Rag Factory, London Bright New, Bowie Gallery, Totnes The Basis of Optimism, Kunstraum T27 gallery, Berlin, Germany Antigone, Vulpes Vulpes Gallery, London One Week, Maverick Gallery, London 2008 Everybody Counts, Kunstlaboratorium, Oslo Soul Stripper, Project Midi, Brussels 2007 Untitled, Section Six Gallery, London



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