GROUP EXHIBITION | Throbbing Muscles, C. Rockefeller Center for Contemporary Art, Dresden, Germany. August 2018. A group exhibition of cross-media works by the London and Dresden artists: Paul Barsch, Melo Boerner, Milo Creese, Steven Dickie, Nadja Kurz, Laura dee Milnes, Stephan Ruderisch, Col Self and @body_drift. Curated by: Melo Boerner
GROUP EXHIBITION | I Want My Ideal Paste, KELDER, London, UK. Artlicks Weekend 2017. 28 September - 1 October 2017. Including work by: Darren Banks, Lydia Boehm, Melanie Börner, Steven Dickie, Benedict Drew, Goo Notorious (Gerard Carson & Andrew Rickett), India Harvey, Rebecca Jagoe, Charlotte Quartermaine, Col Self & Body Drift, Eoin Shea, Tim Spooner, Dane Sutherland, Sweet Heave (Laura Dee Milnes & Phil Swan), Chloe Windsor. Curated by: Laura Dee Milnes, KELDER (Adrienne Groen & Rudi Christian Ferreira)
PUBLISHING | Anchorage by Joe Graham, Steven Dickie & Chantal Faust. 2017. A recent drawing research project published by The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) Issue 12: ISSN 2235-0225
PUBLISHING | Thunk, by Steven Dickie, Artist book. Available from NewBridge Books, Newcastle. 2016.
GROUP EXHIBITION | Anchor, RIBA Bookshop, London, 2 February - 1 March 2016.
PERFORMANCE | Duration & Dialogue, Performance festival, Katzman Contemporary, Toronto. 31 January 2016. Presenting Things to Thunk - 3 part performance lecture.
PUBLISHING | Anchor edited by Joe Graham. Published by Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory, London. 2015. Artist drawing research project. A range of artists, writers and curators with an interest in drawing were invited to respond to the phenomenology of the Outline, and the results presented in the form of a bookwork. Including work by: Andrew Hewish, Chantal Faust, Claude Heath, Deborah Harty, Gemma Anderson, Gordon Shrigley, Joe Graham, Kelly Chorpening, Paul McDevitt, Phil Sawdon, Steven Dickie, Thomas Falstad, Tom Morton and Virginia Verran. ISBN: 978-0-9933373-0-7. Available to buy direct from www.filmarmalade.co.uk and via all good art bookshops.
TWO PERSON EXHIBITION | We are not friends - Steven Dickie & Laura Dee Milnes. Platform 1, London, UK. April - May 2014. A four week project in which four pairs of artists explore the relationships between their individual practices. The four pairs are Steven Dickie & Laura Dee Milnes, Luke Drozd & Michael Lawton, Sarah Bowker-Jones & David Orme, Stuart Bannister & Malina Busch.
TWO PERSON EXHIBITION | SUMMM - Steven Dickie & Joe Clarke, Norman Rea gallery, York University. October 2013.
GROUP EXHIBITION | Floor Plan for an Institution - The Gallery, The Meter Room, Coventry. Opening Thursday 28 February. Grand Union presents a radio programme of sound works, readings and music will be broadcast on BASIC.FM and played live at The Meter Room. The programme, edited from 128kbps Objects, produced and curated by OR-BITS.COM considers the gallery, what it might be and how objects might be displayed and experienced within, outside or in-between it.
TWO PERSON EXHIBITION | m a c h i n i c d r i f t - Steven Dickie & Pete McPartlan, The Lombard Method. 22 February to 2 March 2013. Network Music Festival have invited Samuel Rodgers to curate an exhibition of installation work as part of this year's festival. Taking the notion of networking as a point of departure, invited artists Steven Dickie and Pete McPartlan have made new works encompassing video, sound and object that explore the nature of the singular within a mass and the transmission and exchange of abstract thought.
PERFORMANCE | The Uncanny Antisage, Performance at London Art Fair 2013. A proclamation of an individual’s inferior intellect to that of our collective insight. This spoken word and sonic performance by Steven Dickie examines aspects of the artists’ personal knowledge and his perception of collective wisdom. Conflating the ‘Wise Old Man’ and ‘Fool’ archetypes The Uncanny Anitisage discloses shortcomings and reveals aptitudes in his understanding of the world to a live soundscape by the artist and Stuart Bannister.
GROUP EXHIBITION | or-bits.com presents 128kbps objects on basic.fm. 22 – 28 October 2012 at basic.fm/radio; from 12noon to 8pm daily. A week-long internet radio exhibition which explores ideas of objects in transformation across a variety of artistic practices, mediums and sites. With new commissioned works by Jamie Allen, André Avelãs, Victoria Bradbury, Helen Brown, Ellie and Oliver, Claudia Fonti, Juneau Projects and Sara Nunes Fernandes; works by artists featured in previous or-bits.com online programmes and events (Angus Braithwaite and Beth Collar, Erik Bünger, Rob Canning, Patrick Coyle, Benedict Drew, Extra-conjugale, Jamie George and Richard Whitby, Emma Hart, David Horvitz, Irini Karayannopoulou and Yannis Saxonis, IOCOSE, Tamarin Norwood, Radiomentale, Adam Rompel, Richard Sides and Simon Werner, Maria Theodoraki, Tonylight, Nathan Witt); works by artists selected from 128kbps Open Call (Sol Archer, Steven Ball, Sarah Boothroyd, Paul Carr, Osvaldo Cibils, Ami Clarke, Richard Crow/Institution of Rot, Steven Dickie, Ciarán Ó Dochartaigh, Adam Knight, Haydn Jones, Scott Mason, Material Studies Group, Chiara Passa, James Prevett, Stuart Pound, Erica Scourti, Andy Weir, Tom White and Mark Peter Wright), along with curated interventions by CuratingYouTube.net (CYT), Tim Dixon and Anne Duffau (A—Z), a workshop by Daniela Cascella, and many other sounds.
PUBLISHING | Wife Drawing Two: Still Wife, a limited edition publication by 38b for the second anniversary of art magazine Art licks at the ICA, London. 20 October 2012. The 12 artists involved in the publication are: Jennifer Bailey, Sarah Bowker-Jones, James Clarkson, Steven Dickie, Luke Drozd, Rita Evans, Leo Fitzmaurice, David Orme, Sonnenzimmer (Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi), Emily Speed, Mick Welbourne, and Carla Wright.
SOLO EXHIBITION | Timeknowledge Continuum, Hoxton Art Gallery. 19 July - 16 Aug 2012. Selected in Whitechapel Gallery's First Thursdays Top 5 for August 2012.
GROUP EXHIBITION | The Pleasure Principle, Hoxton Art Gallery. 1 June - 12 July 2012. Steven Dickie, Rebecca Griffiths, Tom Gallant and Ha Young Kim. Curated by Matthew Nickerson. [review] : Ashitha Nagesh : One Stop Arts.