BAW

Since 1994 David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin have collaborated together, and with occasional others, on art projects under the moniker Beaconsfield Art Works or BAW.

Projects include:

  • Famine Pass II (with Bruce Gilbert), Landscapes of the Future, Helsinki Contemporary, 2018
  • Famine Pass (with Bruce Gilbert), DDDD, Art Lacuna, 2017
  • Electromagnetic_performing, Space, Time, The Multiverse, Wysing Festival, 2015
  • Electromagnetic_in residence (with Bruce Gilbert), the guesthouse, Cork, 2014
  • Diluvial (with Bruce Gilbert), Athens Biennial, 2013
  • Diluvial (with Bruce Gilbert), Aldeburgh Music / Beaconsfield / Touch Music, 2011-13
  • Salah Days, Skydive, Houston, 2010
  • White Hole, Terminal Late at Tate, Tate Britain, London, 2008
  • Undergrowth, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, 2007
  • God Machine, Chronic Epoch, London, 2005
  • Element, UKS Bienial, Alta, Norway, 2001
  • Earthshaker, Stavanger Biennial, Norway, 2000
  • RAFSensationHamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, 1999
  • Clouding the issue, Gasworks, London, 1999
  • Pick-up, between the devil and the deep blue sea, Helsinki Festival, 1997
  • Thatched, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1996
  • Keg, Conductors Hallway, London 1996
  • A Public Work of Art (with Angus Neill), Royal Festival Hall, London, 1995

 

Thatched

Thatched, BAW, Roadworks, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1996.