Yuri Pattison

mother’s exhibitions:

Yuri Pattison
clock speed (the world on time)
13 May – 2 July 2022
mother’s tankstation London

Yuri Pattison
to-do, doing, d̶o̶n̶e̶
29 September – 14 December 2019
mother’s tankstation London

Yuri Pattison 
context, collapse
5 October – 2 December 2017
mother’s tankstation London

Yuri Pattison
sunset provision
16 November 2016 – 21 January 2017


anywhere in the universe
The Common Guild, Glasgow
17 June – 15 July 2023

Ruhr Ding: Schlaf
Wassework Witten
Urbane Künste Ruhr
5 May – 24 June 2023

Simian, Copenhagen
19 November 2022 – 15 January 2023

Goldsmiths CCA, London
21 January – 3 April 2022

No Linear Fucking Time 
BAK, Utrecht
3 December 2021 – 30 April 2022

One Escape at a Time 
11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art
8 September – 21 November 2021

Proof of Stake – Technological Claims
Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg
4 September – 14 November 2021

Yuri Pattison
the engine
The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
17 December 2020 – 31 July 2021

Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future
Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong
5 October 2019 – 4 January 2020

Yuri Pattison
Art Basel Miami Beach 2017
7 – 10 December 2017

The Everywhere Studio
Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
1 December 2017 – 26 February 2018

Yuri Pattison
trusted traveller

Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Switzerland
20 May – 6 August 2017

Yuri Pattison
citizens of nowhere
Kevin Space, Vienna
11 March – 23 April 2017

Yuri Pattison
Frieze Artist Award
6 – 9 October 2016

Yuri Pattison
user, space

Chisenhale Gallery, London
7 July – 28 August 2016

Born 1986, Dublin, Ireland
Lives and works between Paris and London


2009  BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths University, London, UK

Solo Exhibitions And Projects

dream sequence, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin
clock speed (the world on time), mother’s tankstation, London 
the engine, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
to-do,  doing,  done, mother’s tankstation, London
crisis cast, LABOR, Mexico City, Mexico
context, collapse, mother’s tankstation, London
Trusted Traveller, Kunsthalle Sankt Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland
citizens of nowhere, Kevin Space, Vienna
sunset provision, mother’s tankstation limited, Dublin
Insights (crisis trolly), Frieze Artist Award, Frieze London
(directory information) tree for a desert (x3), Lock Up International, Tokyo
user, space, Chisenhale Gallery, London
Architectures of Credibility, H.M. Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin
Free Traveller, Cell Projects, London
colocation, time displacement, Minibar Artist Space, Stockholm, The Telfer, Glasgow, Temporary Arts Project, Southend
polymer placeholder pin drop, Project/Number, London
e ink pearl memory, Arcadia Missa, London
Faraday Cage, [SPACE], London
focal-plane, Son Gallery, London

Duo Exhibitions

sunset provision, Yuri Pattison and JMW Turner, Clore Gallery, Tate Britain, London
To live and work in mid-century, Cécile B. Evans and Yuri Pattison, H.M. Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin

Online Exhibitions

sunset provision, online commission, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Gallery 3: Screenings
mute conversation, online commission, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
RELiable COMmunications, Legion TV, London, First Look; New Museum,
colocation, time displacement, Temporary Arts Project, UK
The Making of,

Group Exhibitions

The Irreplaceable Human – the Conditions of Creativity in the Age of AI, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
Postscript of Silence, McaM – Ming Contemporary Art Museum, Shanghai
Atavism for the Future, Ehrlich Steinberg, Los Angeles
40 years of the Frac! Gunaikeîon, Frac Île-de-France, les Réserves & Fondation Fiminco, Romainville, France
Ruhr Ding: Schlaf, Urbane Künste Ruhr, Germany
Brave New Work, Galerie Alte Schule Adlershof, Berlin
Mediums and Messengers, Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence
anywhere in the universe, The Common Guild, Glasgow
AMOUNT, Simian, Copenhagen
Time After Time: The Polychronicity in Blockchain, Hyundai Motorstudio, Beijing
Terms & Expectations, InterAccess, Toronto
Radical Landscapes, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick
Watch & Chill 2.0: Streaming Senses, Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Watch and Chill 2.0: Streaming Senses, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
Radical Landscapes, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
Post Capital, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
Testament, CCA Goldsmiths, London
Out of joint. Moments of disruption / Aus den Fugen. Momente der Störung, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich

One Escape at a Time, 11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale, Seoul
No Linear Fucking Time, BAK, Utrecht
Data streams: Art, algorithms and artificial intelligence, The Glucksman, University College Cork, Cork
Proof of Stake – Technological claims, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg
The Ocean, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway
TECHNO, MUSEION – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bolzano, Italy
Post Capitol, MUDAM, Luxembourg
Age of You, Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai
Summer Exhibition 2020, Royal Academy, London
Long Live Modern Movement, CCS Bard, Hessel Museum, New York
Real Time, online exhibition, Seventeen Gallery, London
Maison Dakota (vol.2),Super Dakota, Bruxelles
On Earth We´re Briefly Gorgeous, Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin
…Et Labora, Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles, Arles
Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong
Age of You, Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto
S/F -Photography, or a Monolith after 200 years, KAYOKOYUKI, Tokyo
Non-Aligned Networks, Valletta Contemporary, Malta
Hate Speech. Aggression and Intimacy, Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz
ANTI, 6th Athens Biennale, Athens
Le centre ne peut tenir, Lafayette Anticipations, Paris
The Dutch Savannah, Museum Hedendaagse Kunst, Museum De Domijnen, Netherlands
I’m sorry, I didn’t quite catch that, arebyte Gallery, London
How It’s Made, Carl Kostyál, Stockholm
The Everywhere Studio, Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
STILL HUMAN, Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami
Extra Bodies – The Use of the ‹Other Body› in Contemporary Art, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
Extracts From a Future History, Various public locations, Luleå, Sweden
The Hive Mind, The Koppel Project, London
The Policeman’s Beard is Half Constructed – Kunst im Zeitalter künstlicher Intelligenz, Bonner Kunstverein and Artothek, Bonn, Germany
The Hennessy Art Fund for IMMA Collection 2017, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Hybrid Layers, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany 
Overview, SAMUEL Gallery, Chicago

British Art Show 8, Inverleith House, Edinburgh; Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery; Southampton City Art Gallery
The Gig is Up, V2_Lab for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam
The World without Us (Welt ohne uns), HMKV, Dortmunder U, Dortmund
The Scientific Method, The Tetley, Leeds
A throw of the dice will never abolish chance, Banner Repeater, London
H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D, 5th Moscow International Biennale of Young Art, MMOMA, Moscow
WAR GAMES, Moran Bondaroff at JTG Detroit Project, Detroit
Public, Private, Secret, International Center of Photography, New York
This Is Your Replacement, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf
DM/1978 talks to DM/2010, CHELSEA Space, London
As Rights Go By, freiraum Q21 INTERNATIONAL, Vienna
The Practice of Theories, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
No Confidence, Perth International Arts Festival, Perth
The Green Ray, Wilkinson Gallery, London
Safety Deposit Box, Lockup International, Frankfurt
Grand Orpheus Highway, La Plage, Paris
Transparenzen, Co-hosted by Bielfelder Kunsterverein and Kunstverein Nürnberg, Germany
British Art Show 8, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
Home Works 7, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut
The Whet Bar, CO-WORKERS, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France
Save the Data! Von Kunst und Datenträgern, Kunstpalais, Erlangen
Monopole Memory, Der Würfel, Neumeister Bar-Am, Berlin
Abjects, Import Projects, Berlin
Im Inneren Der Stadt, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen
The Weight of Data, Contemporary Projects series, Tate Britain, London
HPSCHD 1969 > 2015, Bologna Museum of Modern Art, Bologna
Morphing Overnight, Seventeen Gallery, London
Digital Voices, Oxford University/Oxford Central Library, UK
Morphing Overnight, Seventeen Gallery, London
The Future of Memory, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
New Editions and Multiples, H.M. Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin
ALWAYS BRIAN, 63rd-77th STEPS, Bari, Italy
Private Settings, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Snow Crash, Banner Repeater, London
ONSITE, Temporary Arts Project, Southend
Grand Magasin, French Rivera 1988, London
Objectness, Outpost Members Show selected by Peles Empire, Norwich
Recluse Networking: Workshop Day One, Standpoint Gallery, London
Space-Time Festival, Supplement Gallery & Occasionals, Wysing Arts Center, UK
QUANTUM LEAP, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh
Palazzo Peckham, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice
SECONDO ANNIVERSARIO, Seventeen Gallery, London
Guide to the Galaxy, Gloria Maria Gallery, Milan
Hashfail, Grand Union, Birmingham
Poltergeist, FORT, London
Anti-Library, SPACE Studios, London
PEER-TO-PEER, sic! Raum für Kunst/Kunstpavillon, Luzern, Switzerland
Ward Exhibition, Primitive, London
BYOB Venice, The Internet Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice
the supernormal picture society,·Apiary Projects London
The Woodmill Studio Artists Group Show, London
BYOB London, The Woodmill, London
Sunday Service presented by Holy Ghost, The Other Space, London
Inside Outsider Language, Waterside Contemporary, London
The Devil’s Necktie, The Woodmill, London

Events, Public Talks and Panel Discussions

the engine, Artist Talk: Yuri Pattison, in conversation with Dr Georgina Jackson, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin

Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future Artists and Curators’ Panel, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong
Screening: a flight from reason, curated by Yuri Pattison from the LUX Collection, PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image 2017, Irish Film Institute, Dublin
Enquire to Annotate: Ivan Pope and Eva Pascoe in conversation with Yuri Pattison, Campus London

Worry less by seeing more, Chisenhale Gallery, London
Enquire to Annotate, Second Home, Chisenhale Gallery OFFSITE, London
Offshoring and Virtual Infrastructures, CCS Bard Video Gallery, New York
Introduction and Screening with Anne de Boer & Eloise Bonneviot, Cecile B. Evans, Two Queens, Leicester
Until Recently I Only Had a Voice, Symposium, Royal Academy Schools Public Programme, London
DLD Arts Session (with Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Timur Si-Qin, Simon Denny), DLD, Munich
Post Digital Cultures conference (with Paul Feigelfeld), Lausanne, Switzerland
The Legacy of Cybernetic Serendipity, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
migrating origins talk with Harry Sanderson, Temporary Arts Project, Southend
Private vs Public: Activism, Economics and Politics Today, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
Lunch Bytes – Structures and Textures: Archive/Database, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
Conversations on Contemporary Art: Post-Internet Art, Contemporary Art Society, London
REMEMBER focal-plane, in conversation with Kate Jennings (Time Based Media Conservator, Tate Modern), Son Gallery, London


Governing the Effects of Retrograde Part 1, 221A at Things that can happen, Hong Kong
Progress Bar : Film Forum, Lighthouse, Brighton
Outpost Open Film selected by Ed Atkins, Outpost, Norwich
ENTER/EXIT, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland
Video Space, March screening program 2015, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK

Residencies & Awards

Luma Arles Residency, Arles, France
Frieze Artist Award, Frieze London
Chisenhale Gallery CREATE Residency, London, (2014 – 2016)
Residency Flaggfabrikken CCA, Bergen, Norway
SPACE Studios, Permacultures Residency: The Pond and Beyond, London


‘Radical Landscapes’ exhibition catalogue, Emilia Will (ed.), Tate Publishing, ISBN 978-1-84976-812-2
Cadence Kinsey, ‘Walled Gardens – Autonomy, Automation and Art After the Internet’, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-726682-3
‘One Escape at a Time‘, 11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale exhibition catalogue, Seoul Museum of Art, ISBN 979-11-88619-78-8
Tiffany Sia, ‘Weird Times’, the engine, The Douglas Hyde Gallery
Dean Kissick, ‘The Cosmic Artist’, the engine, The Douglas Hyde Gallery
…et labora, exhibition catalogue, Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles, Arles
Reclaiming Artistic Research, Lucy Cotter (ed.), Hatje Cantz Verlag GmBH, ISBN 978-3-7757-4631-1
‘The Policeman’s Beard is Half Constructed – Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’, exhibition catalogue, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn
William Kherbek, ‘Attribute Systems: The Location of Identity in a Digital Social Context’, context, collapse, mother’s tankstation London
Habib William Kherbek, ‘The Robot Within or The Ghost is The Machine’, sunset provision, mother’s tankstation limited
Nora N. Khan, ‘Commons’, user, space, Chisenhale Gallery

Live Arts Week IV Catalogue, Xing, Bologna
The Age of Earthquakes, Douglas Coupland, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Shumon Basar, Penguin Books/ Blue Rider Press, ISBN 9780141979564 / 9780399173868
The Future of Memory (catalogue), Kunsthalle Wien, ISBN 978-3-852470-57-3
colocation, time displacement, Yuri Pattison, Banner Repeater, 2014. ISBN 978-0-9929176-0-9
Where do you see yourself in twenty-five years?, Wysing Arts Centre / An Endless Supply, ISBN: 978-0-9539222-8-4
Open Office Anthology, Arcadia Missa, ISBN 978-1-906496-90-6
Paraproduction, Boetzelaer Nispen/AND Public, ISBN 978-1-908452
How to Sleep Faster 3, journal, Arcadia Missa, summer


‘Yuri Pattison: Bridging the Digital-Physical Divide’, Fakewhale, 23 October
Godwin, Alice, ‘AMOUNT’, e-flux Criticism, 19 January
Barry, Robert, ‘Network Time: Yuri Pattison Measures the Modern World’, The Quietus, 25 June
Gat, Orit, ‘London round up’, Art Agenda, May
Dinsdale, Emily, ‘”Rewild” yourself at the Tate’s Radical Landscape exhibition’, DAZED, 18 May
Allsop, Laura, ‘Eight standout shows to see during London Gallery Weekend’, Art Basel stories, 14 May
Pih, Darren, ‘Regenerative Geographies’, Radical Landscapes exhibition catalogue, Tate Publishing, May
Batycka, Dorian, ‘Techno’, Artforum Critics’ Picks, March
Hoy, Estelle, ‘To Beecoin or Not to Beecoin’, Spike Magazine #70, February
Smolik, Noemi, ‘Post-Capital: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age’, Artforum, Vol.60, No.6, February
Hicks, Dan, ‘Can We Imagine Public Art Beyond ‘Toxic Monumentality’?’, ArtReview, 28 January
‘Yuri Pattison at The Douglas Hyde Gallery’, Art Viewer, 24 August
Rowan, Rory, ‘Inside the Engine Room’, Spike Art Magazine, 20 July
van der Heide, Bart, ‘Spotlight: Real Time Discipline. Yuri Pattison in conversation with Bart van der Heide’, CURA. 36, Spring/Summer 2021 issue, April
Long, Declan, ‘Yuri Pattison’, the engine review, Artforum, Vol.59, No.8, April
Proctor, Rebecca Anne, ‘Dubai exhibition explores ‘Age of Extreme Self in pandemic-hit world’, Arab News, March
Kelly Murphy, Aidan, ‘Interview with Yuri Pattison – Part Two’, this is tomorrow, February
Graham, John, ‘ Yuri Pattison: the engine’, Art Monthly, No. 443, February
Kelly Murphy, Aidan, ‘Interview with Yuri Pattison – Part One’, this is tomorrow, February
Frankel, Eddy, ‘These videos of empty London streets are eerily beautiful’, Time Out London, March
Kherbek, William, ‘Unmasking the Sleep Industry: An interview with Yuri Pattison, Berlin Art Link, January
‘Yuri Pattison “to-do, doing, done” at mother’s tankstation London, Exhibitions Highlights, Mousse Magazine, December
‘Yuri Pattison at mother’s tankstation London’, to-do, doing, done’ review, eatthehipster,, November
Civardi, Giulia, ‘Yuri Pattison: to-do, doing, done’ review, this is tomorrow, November
Garrat, Rob, ‘How Akira and Blade Runner predicted the neon urban ugliness of Tokyo and Hong Kong in 2019’, South China Morning Post, November
Bovino, Emily Verla, ‘In a Year of No Future: Cyberpunk at Hong Kong’s Tai Kwun’, Ocula, November
Fite-Wassilak, Chris, ‘London Roundup’, Art Agenda, October
Taylor, Kate, ‘Age of You charts the development of the ‘extreme self’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto’, The Globe and Mail, October
Schiavone, Giuliana, ‘Crisis Cast. Yuri Pattison at Labor Gallery in Mexico City’, Juliet, August

Shaw, Anny, ‘state of the art in Dubai’, The Art Newspaper, March
Gosling, Emily, ‘How creativity responds to “turmoil”, at Berlin’s CTM/Transmediale’, Creative Boom, March
Hessler, Stefanie, ‘How It’s Made’ review, ArtReview, March
Fite-Wassilak, Chris, ‘Soft Sell Syndrome’, mother’s annual 2017
‘The Policeman’s Beard is Half Constructed – Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn
Broome, Harry, ‘Yuri Pattison: context, collapse’, studio international, November
Gat, Orit, ‘Yuri Pattison’ mother’s tankstation project, Critic’s Guide: London, Frieze, October
Kelly Murphy, Aidan ‘Yuri Pattison’ sunset provision review, paper visual art, March
Sutton, Kate, ‘Yuri Pattison’ sunset provision review, Artforum International, March
O’ Dwyer, Rebecca, ‘Untitled’, mother’s annual 2016
Tipton, Gemma, ‘A round-up of the best shows in the city, ahead of the second edition of Dublin Gallery Weekend’, Critic’s Guide: Dublin, Frieze, November
Gat, Orit, ‘Scare Quotes: A Conversation with Yuri Pattison’, Metropolis M, October
‘The Ideal: A journey to a multi-petahash Bitcoin mine in Kangding, Sichuan’, LEAP Issue 41, October
Da Silva, José, ‘Interview: Yuri Pattison has his eye on you’, The Art Newspaper, October
Da Silva, José, ‘Workin’ nine to five, what a way to make a living’, The Art Newspaper, October Westall, Mark, ‘See and be seen by ‘crisis trolly’ at Frieze London 2016, FAD Magazine, October Le Brun, Lily, ‘Frieze Week Special: Yuri Pattison’s surveillance sculptures’, Financial Times, September
Langley, Patrick, ‘Yuri Pattison: Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK’, Frieze, August
Frankel, Eddy, ‘Yuri Pattison: User, Space’, TimeOut, August
Searle, Adrian, ‘Silicon nightmare: it’s lonely work in Yuri Pattison’s ghost office’, The Guardian, July
Nunes, Andrew, ‘What Happens When You Let an Artist Design an Office?’, The Creators Project, July
Rees, William, ‘Yuri Pattison: user, space’, this is tomorrow, July
Parson, Elly, ‘Blurred Lines: Yuri Pattison questions the viability of live/work spaces’, Wallpaper, July
Thorne, Harry, ‘Network Control’, Frieze, July
Piejko, Jennifer, ‘Art Basel and Liste’, Art Agenda, June
Fattori Franchini, Attilia, ‘Yuri Pattison’, Kaleidoscope, Issue #26, Winter

Herbert, Martin, ‘British Art Show 8’, Frieze, November
Dell, April, ‘Abjection in the Digital Age at Import Projects’, BerlinArtLink, September
Bondi de Antoni, Alexandra, ‘”Abjects” examines the vulnerability of the real world in the digital age”, i-D, September
Sherwin, Skye, ‘10 Artists You Should Meet’, 10 Magazine, August
Nettel, Michaela, ‘Yuri Pattison: “There needs to be more knowledge sharing within the London art community”,, July
van der Heide, Bart, ‘Yuri Pattison’, interview, Mousse #49, June 2015
Bondi de Antoni, Alexandra, ‘cosmos carl’, i-D, June
Pattison, Yuri, ‘The Crypt of Civilization 1940 – 2015————-8113’, commission, Art Papers, May
Joel, Dean, ‘Morphing Overnight’, this is tomorrow, April
Guggenheim, Katie, Sleek Magazine No. 45, Spring
Khan, Nora N., ‘Free Traveller at Cell Project Space’, DIS Magazine, November
Grace, Banks, ‘Installations, installations and… installations’, Elephant Frieze Review, October
Dixon, Tim, ‘Yuri Pattison: Free Traveller’ review, this is tomorrow,  October
Thorpe, Harriet, ‘Yuri Pattison: Free Traveller’, Studio International, October
Benson, Louise, ‘Free Traveller’ interview, POST Matter,, September
Hothi, Ajay, ‘Lonely Arts’, Art Monthly #379, September
Rochat, Jeanne-Salomé, ‘colocation, time displacement’ feature, Novembre Magazine #9, Spring 2014
Archey, Karen, ‘RELiable COMmunications’ cover feature & interview, Art Papers, May/June
Robertson, Adi, ‘‘Reliable Communications’ turns Soviet message boards into online art’, The Verge,, March
Luke, Ben, ‘Web of Intrigue’, The Art Newspaper Number 254, February
Kay, Jean, ‘An Interview with Yuri Pattison’,, January
Davidson, Laura, ‘Traveling Through Layers: Yuri Pattison and his Leakers’,, Jan
Davies-Crook, Susanna, Yuri Pattison: Faraday Cage, interview,, March
Nairne, Eleanor, ‘Yuri Pattison’ focal-plane review, Frieze #145, March
Bailey, Stephanie, ‘Yuri Pattison, focal-plane’ critic’s pick, Artforum, December
Symester, Chantelle, ‘Yuri Pattison: Focal-Plane’ interview,, December

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