Born Stoke on Trent, 1964, lives and works in Glasgow
Alan Currall studied Fine Art and Staffordshire University and received an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 1995.
Alan Currall makes video and computer-based works, often depicting himself or other protagonists talking directly to the camera. A recurring theme within this body of work has been a personal investigation into the nature of the authentic experience. Recent work has also involved recorded audio monologues made in response to, and for the accompaniment of, both found and constructed sculptural objects.
‘Running Time: Artists Films in Scotland, 1960 to Now’, Dean Gallery, Edinburgh
‘Trying to Cope with Things that Aren’t Human (Part One)’, David Cunningham Projects, San Francisco
Cell Project Space, London
‘Communication Suite’, Wolfson Medical School, Glasgow
‘Persona Non Grata’, One in the Other, London
‘I-Direct Ontology’, Secession, Vienna
Johanna Billing & Alan Currall’, Display + Tranzit, Prague
‘Some things I want to show you’, GoMA, Glasgow (solo)
‘Alan Currall’, The Jerwood Gallery, London (solo)