Paul Davis is a London-based artist, DJ, and founding-member of the ‘Beige’ art collective and the media arts company ‘Lektrolab’. For the exhibition, Davis has created a digital work from a ‘hacked’ Super Mario Brothers game cartridge. All of the game code has been removed, leaving behind an ever-changing stream of digital imagery generated by the primary data stored on the cartridge.
Sierra, Brown (Artist); Clayman, John (Artist); Finer, Jem (Artist); Fitzmaurice, Leo (Artist); Thurlow, Miles (Artist); Weiner, Lawrence (Artist); Davies, Claire (Curator of an exhibition) and Gathercole, Sam (Curator of an exhibition)
GOOD RIDDANCE is a group exhibition at MOT curated by Claire Davies and Sam Gathercole, which brings together work by seven contemporary artists in response to the idea of taking-away and getting-rid-of as a means of making. Most of the works adopted a manual approach to modify, adapt and transform existing objects and forms through a process of taking-away.