Born Epsom, 1978, lives and works in London.
Mike Cooter studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford, from 1997 – 2000. He received an MA (Sculpture) from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2003.
Mike Cooter’s practice is typified by a combination of meticulous archival research and formal reflexivity. Concerned with the narrative agency of objects, his work seeks to investigate how narrative use effects the understanding of matter and vice-versa.
Selected Exhibitions
‘A Darkness More Than Night’, QUAD, Derby
‘A Slowdown at the Museum’, Extra City (Kunsthal Antwerpen), Antwerp
‘Gingko Goethe Garden’, Arcade Fine Arts, London
‘The Big Society’, (curator: Alice Motard), Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris
‘Maybe I Should Have Called It ‘My Life In 19 Minutes’, Calder Foundation, New York
Art Rotterdam, with ZINGERpresents, Rotterdam
‘Lapidarium’, ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam
‘The Snail’, Serpentine Gallery, London
‘Shadow Effect’, The Company, Los Angeles
‘The Island Studio Dispatches’, International Project Space, Birmingham touring to Art Dubai Special Projects, UAE in 2011
‘Leading Men, Leading Men’, ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam
‘A Stranger’s Window’, Contemporary Art Society Centenary Exhibition with Moot / Nottingham Castle & Art Gallery, Nottingham
‘Hypoborean Manners’, Rob Tufnell at 1 Sutton Lane, London
‘0.08014440536499023 °WL…’, ZINGERpresents (London), London
‘Production Still’, with The Hex, Moot, Nottingham
‘Exchange’, The Arts Gallery, University of the Arts, London
‘Original Intent (London)’, Nought to Sixty, ICA, London
‘Märzbau’, Poliflur, Berlin