Born 1966, United Kingdom. Lives & Works in United Kingdom.
During Paul’s 2002 residency he researched a number of phenomena and organisations in the Lakes, from local psychics to the Beatrix Potter Museum. Paul developed a rock opera called Tony’s a Winner, based on a press cutting found in the Stan Laurel Museum in Ulverston which outlines how the man who used to do the voiceovers for the Generation Game went to America with Isla St. Clair & Larry Grayson and met and married Stan Laurel’s daughter. The resultant musical was performed by Paul and a group of others live at each Roadshow venue.
Paul also performed at Lawless, Grizedale’s 2002 car boot sale busking in the corner with his band.
2008 Northern Art Prize
2006-07 - Lucy Over Lancashire, BBC Radio Lancashire, Radio 1, 6 Music, BBC Cymru and Resonance FM
2004 Know Your Place, firstsite, Colchester
2003 - There Are Two Paths, off-site performance, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, Meadow Gallery, Shropshire and Birmingham ArtsFest
1999 - Rooney 'Peel Session' John Peel Show, BBC Radio 1FM
2007 - Cine y Casi Cine, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid
Locale - British Artists in Residence, 1a Space, Hong Kong
2006 - Single Shot, Tate Britain and other London venues, touring to fourteen other cities in the UK and Europe
Walk On, Salon Vogue, Shanghai Biennial
2005 - British Art Show 6, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester; Angel Row Annex at Beatties, Nottingham; and Arnolfini, Bristol
2004 Shrinking Cities, Kunst-Werke, Berlin
2003 We Go Round and Round in the Night and are Consumed by Fire, Comme Cá Gallery, New York
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