A committed Londoner, by way of nothing more than habitual residency. Working out of The Treatment Rooms Collective in west London ArtOffical is more than just a taste of radical ceramics. Working closely with Carrie Reichardt, ArtOffical is a true child of the Reichardt school of political mosaic making. With a style that is characterized by a taste for the 3D, alongside digitally printed ceramic.
Trained at the London College of Printing, and having previously worked as Photographer, graphic designer radio DJ, and Post Production Producer. This experience and magpie approach to skills has created a capable and valuable member of The Treatment Rooms Collective.
One of 60 artists selected to take part in the first International Mosaic Intervention in Chile – 2013
You’ve Been Framed Show – W3 Gallery 2013
Riot here riot now show – W3 Gallery 2013
ArtCore international 2014 -
Organized workshops at the Disobedient Objects V&A Late “Making Trouble and Influencing People”. Including designing 6 protest posters part of the “Power of Design” workshop that are now in permanent collection at the V&A – 2014
Carrie Reichardt Disobedient objects mosaic intervention -
Film is what takes up the rest of ArtOfficals time. Working to producing in house videos for the collective (About Wonnish Films) along side working on a number of documentary Projects. Those of note are “Who Are The Angola 3” and “ATM Street Art – Bittern”. The former won Audience choice award at the Portobello Film Festival and the latter was featured in BBC spring watch.
Twitter – @Wonnish -
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org