Selected Works

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, EDIT, 2014, single channel video with sound, 30 mins
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Chain Smoker Tap Dancer, 1995, video
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Chain Smoker Tap Dancer, 1995, video
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard with Nick Cave, 20,000 Days on Earth, 2013
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, 20,000 Days on Earth, 2013, feature-length film
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, 20,000 Days on Earth, 2013, feature-length film
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Romeo Echo Delta, installation view, Kate MacGarry, 2011
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Silent Sound, installation view, St. George's Hall, Liverpool, 2006/7
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work, Installation view, BFI Southbank Gallery, London, 2009, photo: Dave Morgan
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Soon, site-specific live event, Nuit Blanche, Toronto, 2011
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Publicsfear, 2011, Installation view, South London Gallery
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Walking After Vito Acconci, 2005, single channel video, 24 mins
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Walking Over Acconci (Misdirected Reproaches), 2008, Blu-Ray HD video, 15 mins
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Silent Sound, 2006/7, custom-built sound installation including bespoke silent sound machine
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Kiss My Nauman (still - The Catman), 2007, 4 channel HDV projection, silent, duration: 47 mins
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Make Me Yours Again, 2007, single channel PAL DV with sound
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, A Rock 'N' Roll Suicide, 1998 Live event, ICA London
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, File Under Sacred Music, 2003, single channel video, 22 mins
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, A Rock 'N' Roll Suicide, 1998, Live event, ICA London
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Performer. Audience. Fuck Off, 2009, HD video, 34 mins
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Soon, , site-specific live event, Nuit Blanche, Toronto, 2011



Born 1973 in Manchester and 1972 in Newcastle, live and work in London
2016 Requiem for 114 Radios, Colston Hall Bristol, UK
2015 Idiot Box, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2014 EDIT, at Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, UK
2014 20,000 Days on Earth (Feature Film with Nick Cave) Sundance Film Festival, Utah, USA
2013 Bish Bosch: Ambisymphonic (with Scott Walker). Sydney Opera House, Australia
Jumpers (What must I do to be saved) Live at LICA Lancaster, UK
2011 Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
Romeo Echo Delta, FACT, Liverpoll and BBC Radio Merseyside, UK
Soon, Nuit Blanche Toronto, Canada
PUBLICSFEAR, South London Gallery, London, UK
2010 Silent Sound (live performance), AV Festival, Middlesbrough Town Hall, UK
2009 Do you love me like I love you, Premiere and Q&A with Nick Cave, NFT1, BFI Southbank, London, UK
Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work, BFI Southbank Gallery, London, UK
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Void Gallery, Derry, UK
Performer. Audience. Fuck Off. Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
2008 Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
Run For Me (screening), Introduced by Andrew Graham-Dixon, ArtProjx at Prince Charles Cinema, London, UK
Run For Me, Baltic, Gateshead, UK
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Lawrence Eng, Vancouver, Canada
Re-Performance Piece, Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxemborug
2007 Silent Sound (installation), Art Positions, Art Basel Miami Beach, USA
The 24 seven, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK
Precious Little, MIC Toi Rerehiko, Auckland touring to Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand
Anyone else isn’t you, BRITDOC, Keble College, Oxford, USA
Kiss My Nauman, Jarvis Cocker’s Meltdown Festival, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
2006 Silent Sound (installation), A Foundation at Greenland Street, Liverpool, UK
Silent Sound (live performance), St. George’s Hall, Liverpool, UK
Change My Life, Noyes Gallery, Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Jerwood Space, London, UK
2005 Anyone else isn’t you, Kent Institute of Art and Design, Maidstone, UK
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Brighton Film Festival, Brighton, UK
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
Anyone else isn’t you, The Hospital, London, UK
2004 Everybody else is wrong, Pavilion, Montreal, Canada
1998 File under Sacred Music, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
A Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
The kids are alright, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
1997 The Smiths is dead, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
Doing it for the Kids, Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool, UK
1996 The World Won’t Listen, Underwood Street Gallery, London, UK
2017 Fifteen, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2013 Terrible two Villa Du Park, Annemasse, France
Fans Attitudes – Images de l’Adoration 106 Rouen, France
Take Two FMAC Fonds d’art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
2012 Red, White and Blue Chelsea Space, London, UK
Mass production. Video Art Lounge for East End Film Festival (Curated), UK
Hot Trigger Newbridge Space, Newcastle, UK
Hear it! Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Thank You for The Music!, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
Samsung Art+ Prize, British Film Institute, London, UK
2011 To pay to the generosity of the three-minute punk-rock song, Crate Space, Margate, UK
Was I there?, Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster, UK
Double Democracy, Art: Gwangju, South Korea
LIVE! L’arte incontra il rock, Centro per l’arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato, Italy
Replay, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg
Multiple Takes. 68m2 Art Space, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tender Is The Night. City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
In The Long Run, Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
2010 New Film and Video from the Arts Council Collection, touring the UK March 2010 – November 2011 to: Museum and Art Gallery, Derby;Longside Gallery, near Wakefield; DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery, Durham; Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum, Lochmaddy; OVADA, Oxford; The Brindley, Runcorn; Museum and Art Gallery, Newport; Lightbox, Woking; The Collection, Lincoln; Rhyl Library Art Gallery, Rhyl., UK
Black Mirror, Centre d’art scénique contemporain, Lausanne, Switzerland
Talking Heads, Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, Dublin, Ireland
2009 Recent acquisitions, De Hallen Museum, Haarlem, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Down At The Bamboo Club, Picture This Atelier, Bristol, UK
V-Effekt / In and Out of Place, Bibliothekswohnung, Berlin, Germany
MarzLive, Marz Galeria, Lisbon, Portugal
Desiring Necessities, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
Pete and Repeat, 176/zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
The Communism of Forms, The Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Canada
Meeting Point, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Structures, Club Transmediale Festival for Adventurous Music and Related Visual Arts, Berlin, Germany
2008 This Is The Gallery And The Gallery Is Many Things, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK
In the space of elsewhere, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston upon Thames, UK
Art & Music in Popular Cuture, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
Affectionate Homages and Hostile Takeovers, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
I have no issues, Lawrence Eng, Vancouver, Canada
Into The Music, Kunstraum Muenchen, Munich, Germany
Sonic Youth, Green on Red, Dublin, Ireland
The Happy Land, National Film Theatre, Southbank, London, UK
The Perception of Ideas Leads to New Ideas, Kunstverein für die Rheinland und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany
Popshop, MU, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
I desired what you were… I need what you are, Maze, Turin, Italy
Past Forward, 176, London, UK
History Will Repeat Itself, HMKV, Dortmund touring to Kunst-Werke, Berlin and CCA, Warsaw, Poland
Just Play, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany
Volume(s), Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Medium Cool, Art in General, New York, USA
Unpacking the Archive, 1:1 Projects, Rome, Italy
2007 Nick Cave – The Exhibition, The Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Amass, Boots Contemporary Art Space, Missouri, USA
Grain, Isle of Grain, Kent, UK
A Second Life, Stadtgalerie, Bern, Switzerland
The Communism of Forms, Vermelho Gallery, Brazil
The Weasel, South London Gallery, London, UK
Overtake: The Reinterpretation of Modern Art, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
Harry Smith Anthology Remixed, alt.vinyl Gallery, Newcastle touring to Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK
After The Fact, BFI Southbank, London, UK
Navigations: per Forma, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Love & Anarchy, K3, Zurich, Switerland
…Ma come mai? Paulo Bonzano Memorial Exihibition, Galleria Paulo Bonzano, Rome, Italy
2006 Street: Behind The Cliché, Witte de With, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Neo-Con: Contemporary Returns to Conceptual Art, Apex Art, New York; touring to The British School at Rome, Italy
37 Seconds, The Big Screen, Liverpool, UK
Switch on the Power! Noise and Policies on Music, Museum of Contemporary Art, Vigo; touring to Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Et Tu Tribute, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, UK
Black: Implication Flooding, Colony, Birmingham, UK
Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, CQL Design Center, Shanghai touring to Dashanzi, Beijing, China
Music for People, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK
Surfing the Surface, Galleria Paolo Bonzano, Rome, Italy
2005 Video London, Espai Ubú, Barcelona, Spain
Rhythm-A-Ning, Walton’s New School, Dublin touring to Context Gallery, Derry, UK
Biennale! Temporarycontemporary, London touring to Beijing, Shanghai, Kunming & Canton
2004 VIPER International Festival for Film, Video and New Media, Basel, Switzerland
Yugoslav Biennial, Vrsac, Serbia & Montenegro,
Faraway So Close, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, New York, USA
This Much Is Certain, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Artists Films About Music Culture, National Film Theatre, London, UK
2003 File under Sacred Music, Schaufenster, Oslo, Norway
2001 Shooting Live Artists, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
Modern Love, hobbypopMUSEUM, Dusseldorf touring to VTO Gallery, London, UK
Century City, Tate Modern, London, UK
1999 Kill Yr Idols, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK
1997 Victoria, Laurent Delaye, London, UK
Beck’s New Contemporaries ‘97, Cornerhouse, Manchester touring to Camden Arts Centre, London and Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (selected by Sarat Maharaj, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Gillian Wearing), UK
1996 Yerself is Steam, 85 Charlotte Street, London (curated by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard), UK
Life/Live, The art scene of the United Kingdom in 1996 Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris., France
1995 The Hanging Picnic, Factual Nonsense, Hoxton Square, London, UK
2011 Worm Tamer. Grinderman (Mute Records)
2010 Do you love me like I love you. A series of 14 films commissioned by Nick Cave
and The Bad Seeds to accompany the reissue of their entire back-catalogue (Mute Records)
I’m New Here. Gil Scott-Heron (XL Recordings)
Black Smoke. Tindersticks (4AD)
2009 The Walls Are Coming Down, Fanfarlo (Big Dipper)
The Death of Bunny Munro, Nick Cave (Canongate Books),(DVD content and 3D Audiobook produced and directed by Iain & Jane)
2008 The Letter, The Veils (Rough Trade Records)
Midnight Man, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Mute Records)
More News From Nowhere, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Mute Records)
Night of the Lotus Eaters, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Mute Records)
Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Mute Records)
2007 The Treacle Sessions, Grinderman (Mute Records)
Forsyth and Pollard studied together in London.
2002-04 MA Fine Art – Goldsmiths College
1992-95 BA Fine Art & Art Theory – Goldsmiths College
2012 Heathfield, Adrian and Amelia Jones (edited by), Perform, Repeat, Record: A Critical Anthology of Live Art in History, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard in conversation with Andrew Renton, Routledge
Nauha, Tero, Converging Perspectives: Writings on Performance Art, Theatre Academy, Helsinki
2011 Reynolds, Simon, Retromania. Faber and Faber
Fisher, Mark, The BFI Gallery Book, BFI, edited by Elisabetta Fabrizi
Constantini, Marco, Black Mirror, Espace d’Art Contemporain, Lausanne: Les Abris. (in French)
2010 Neset, Anne Hilde,Monstrosity of Sound and the Sound of Monstrosity: 25 An Anthology for the 25th Anniversary of BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen, Norway
Miller, Earl, Meeting Point, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Cocker, Jarvis, Pete And Repeat, 176/Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
Bracewell, Michael, Desiring Necessities, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
2008 Colsell, Ilsa, In The Space of Elsewhere, Stanley Picker Gallery, University of Kingston, London, UK
Gianni, Ilaria, I desired what you were… I need what you are, Galleria Maze, Turin, Italy
Colsell, Ilsa, and Ben Borthwick, Past Forward, 176, London, UK
2007 Angelaki, Routledge, Visual project by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
Miller, Earl, comunismo da Forma, Som, Immagem E Política da Arte, Alameda Casa, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Hoffman, Anke, History Will Repeat Itself, HMVK, Dortmun
Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Farinati, Lucia, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Audio Arts Volume 25,2007
Canziani, Cecila, …Ma come mai? Paolo Bonzano Memorial, Galleria Paolo Bonzano
Liverpool Art Tripper, The Power of Art Podcasts, commissioned by the BBC and Arts Council England
2006 Colsell, Ilsa
Silent Sound, A Foundation, Liverpool. With audio CD, Bangma, Anke, Steve Rushton, and Florian Wu
Experience, Memory, Re-Enactment
Revolver, Gross, Anthony, Metropolis Rise, Temporary Contemporary, Shanghai and Beijing, China
2005 Momus, Steve Lamacq and JJ Charlesworth, Anyone else isn’t you, The Hospital, London, UK
Biennale! Temporary Contemporary, London, UK
2004 VIPER International Festival for Film, Video and New Media, Viper, Basel, Switzerland
Mitrovic, Sinisa, Yugoslav Biennial, Vrsac, Serbia & Montenegro
 1999 McCarthy, Tom, This Much Is Certain, Royal College of Art, London, UK
1997 Buckley, David, Strange Fascination: David Bowie – The Definitive Story, Virgin Books
Momus and Liam Gillick, Words & Pictures, issue 10 *
Crawford, Neil, Words & Pictures, issue 9 *
Craddock, Sacha, Beck’s New Contemporaries, Cornerhouse, Manchester
Buck, Louisa, Moving Targets, A Users Guide To British Art Now, Tate Gallery Publishing
1996 Fairhurst, Angus, and Simon Ford, Words & Pictures, issue 8 *
Childish, Billy, and Simon Cutts, Words & Pictures, issue 7 *
Bill, Simon and Andrew Wilson, Words & Pictures, issue 6 *
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich and Laurence Bossé, Life/Live: The art scene of the United Kingdom in 1996, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
1995 Wigram, Max and Jake Chapman, Words & Pictures, issue 5 *
Emin, Tracey and Martin Maloney, Words & Pictures, issue 4 *
Compston, Joshua and Stewart Home, Words & Pictures, issue 3 *
1994 Millar, Jeremy and Dr. Sarat Maharaj, Words & Pictures, issue 2 *
Versus, Visual Project by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
Momus and Liam Gillick, Words & Pictures, issue 1 *
Words & Pictures – Pilot issue. Text by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard*
* Words & Pictures was published and curated by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard between May 1994 and November 1997. Each issue was produced in a limited edition of 100 copies and took the form of a boxed container of signed and numbered artists’ editions. Over 200 artists contributed to the project, including: Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller, Matthew Higgs, Andrew Hunt, Alan Kane, Tony Kemplen, Paul McDevitt, Adam McEwen, Simon Periton, Hadrian Pigott, Georgio Sadotti, David Shrigley, Bob & Roberta Smith, Bridgett Smith, Polly Staple, Georgina Starr, Gavin Turk and Jessica Voorsanger. Complete sets of Words & Pictures are held in several major public and private collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum and Tate Gallery in London, The Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry in Miami, Yale University Collection of Rare Books and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
2012 Ward, Ossian, “Samsung Art+ Prize.” FT Weekend Magazine, 14th January
Ward, Ossian, “Interview with Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Time Out. 12th January
2011 Moser, Gabrielle, “Toronto – Nuit Blanche,”. Esse Arts + Opinions, Winter
Prince, Mark, “Romeo Echo Delta,” Art Monthly, December/January
Charlesworth, JJ, “Hidden Intentions: When Art Meets Reality,” Art Review, December
Austen, Kat, “Martians are coming, I heard it on the radio,” New Scientist, 10th November
Sherwin, Skye, “Romeo Echo Delta,” Guardian Guide, 5th November
Sheerin, Mark, “Romeo Echo Delta,” Criticismism, 4th November
Coslett, Paul, “Artists use local radio and Twitter in Halloween hoax,” BBC News, 1st November
Davis, Laura, “Birkenhead red light UFO was War of the Worlds-style hoax,” Liverpool Daily Post, 1st November
“Watching From Above: Soon,” Creative Vanity. 5th October
“The top 10 Nuit Blanche Toronto exhibits,” blogTO, 3rd October
Heighton, Luke, “PUBLICSFEAR at South London Gallery,” Art Review, May
Cooper, Will, “Susan Hiller, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Flamingo Magazine, 23rd March
Down, Lauren, “Exhibition of the Month: Publicsfear,” Snipe Magazine, 14th March
Herbert, Martin, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard: Publicsfear,” Art Monthly, March
Hardman, Paul, “Publicsfear at South London Gallery,” Aesthetica, 24th February
Phillips, Jo, “Publicsfear,” Cent Magazine, 17th February
Coomer, Martin, “Publicsfear,” Time Out, 10th February
Sherwin, Skye, “Publicsfear,” Guardian Guide, 5th February
Turner, Luke, “Silent Sound: Iain & Jane & Jason Pierce Warp Minds In Middlesbrough,”
2010 The Quietus, 5th March
Metzger, Richard, “Silent Sound,” Dangerous Minds, 3rd March
2009 Forsyth, Iain and Jane Pollard, “Inner Sleeve: Kings of The Wild Frontier,” The Wire, March
Cox, Paul, “Works from the Zabludowicz Collection,” Art Rocker, November
Sélavy, Virginie, “Short Cuts: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard’s films for Nick Cave,” Electric Sheep, 9th July
Moats, David, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard on working with Nick Cave,” The Quietus, 7th July
McGarvey, John, “Nick Cave, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” The Londonist, 19th June
Cox, Paul, “Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work,” Art Rocker, June
Fisher, Mark, “Encounter in the third dimension,” Sight & Sound, June
O’Reilly, Sally, “Desiring Necessities,” Art Monthly, June
Nicolson, Fay, “Between Art & Music: An Interview with Forsyth & Pollard,” Nottingham Visual Arts, June
Downing, Henderson, “Radio Mania: File Under Section 15,” Outside Left, 7th June
Lack, Jessica, “Desiring Necessities,” The Guardian, 30th May
Jackson, Tina, “Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work,” Metro, 14th May
Sumpter, Helen, “Recomended: Radio Mania,” Time Out, 20th May
McLean-Ferris, Laura, “Exhibitionist: The best art shows to see this week,” The Guardian, 15th May
Jackson, Tina, “Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work,” Metro, 14th May
Berman, Stuart, “Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: the Reissues,” Pitchfork, 6th May
Barr, Noel, “Interview with Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” iNews, 24th April
Cavanagh, David, “After the Party: the first albums remastered,” Uncut, April
Jackson, Tina, “Performer. Audience. Fuck Off,” Metro, 26th March
McLean-Ferris, Laura, “Exhibitionist: The Best Art Shows To See This Week,” The Guardian, 20th March
2008 Kagiyama, Hiroshi, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard at Art Basel Miami Beach,” Huge, March (in Japanese)
Sherwin, Skye, “Review: Forsyth & Pollard at Kate MacGarry,” Art Review, December
Carville, Conor, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Frieze, November
“Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Canadian Art, November
Jones, Alice, “Golden Generation: The 20 Best Up-And-Coming Artists,” The Independent, 10th October
Charlesworth, JJ, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Time Out, 2nd October
“Run For Me David Whetstone,” The Newcastle Journal, 10th September
Lack, Jessica, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” The Guardian Guide, 6th September
Sherwin, Skye, “Preview: Forsyth & Pollard at Kate MacGarry,” Art Review, September
Miller, Earl, “To be immersed in the experience of now,” C Magazine, Spring
2007 Gray, Louise, “Cross Platform,” The Wire, January
Art Fairs – Art Basel Miami Beach Karen Rosenberg, New York Times, 12th August
Retro/Necro Pil & Galia Kollectiv, Art Papers, November (cover)
Communismo da foma Alameda, August
Barry, Rebecca, “Musical Mix,” New Zealand Herald, 27th June
Griffin, Katey, “Precious Little,” Groove Guide, June
Parella, Cristiana, “Neo:Con,” Flash Art, April-May (in Itallian)
Chiles, Lawrence, “Stars In Their Eyes,” Wonderland, April
Sumpter, Helen, “Back To The Future,” Time Out, 14th March
Clapham, Rachel Lois, “Silent Sound,” AN Magazine, January
Ward, Ossian, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Monopol, January
“Music: Best of 2006: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Artforum, December
Griffin, Jonathan, “Silent Sound,” Frieze, Issue 103, November-December
Lewisohn, Cedar, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard and Jason Pierce,” MAP, Issue 8, Winter
Gibbs, Michael, “Street: Behind the Cliche,” Art Monthly, November
Mugan, Chris, “The voice within,” The Independent, 13th October
Mendelsohn, Adam E, “Be Here Now,” Art Monthly, October
Clayton, Richard, “Legends of the Fall,” The Sunday Times Culture, 17th September
“Musical Mind Control,” Bolton Evening News, 11th September
Lack, Jessica, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” The Guardian Guide, 10th June
Sumpter, Helen, “Private View,” Time Out, issue 1867, 31st May
2005 Danby, Charles, “Forsyth and Pollard: Take Two,” i-D magazine, Issue 267, June-July
Wain, Miria, “Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard,” Untitled, Autumn
Sumpter, Helen, “Lovers View,” The Big Issue, 17th October
Halkett, Sinéad, “Rhythm-A-Ning,” Circa, Issue 113, Autumn
Heany, Joe, “Inside Story,” Gay Times, Issue 332, July
Walsh, Eileen, “New Exhibition Encourages a Change of Art,” Daily Ireland, 23rd June
Artrocker, Paul, “Got it Taped,” Artrocker, Issue 15, 20th June
Lamacq, Steve, “My Fidelity,” The Guardian, 4th June
“When does a sound become art?,” Survey, Art Review, May
2004 Kollectiv, Pil & Galia, “Remake/Remodel,” Plan B, April/May
Edwards, Charlotte, “Cream of the Crop,” Independent on Sunday, 4th July
Edwards, Charlotte, “London’s top 25 new artists,” Art Review, July
McCormack, Chris, “This Much Is Certain,” Contemporary, June
Taylor, Craig, “We Love Each Other,” The Guardian Weekend Magazine, 17th April
Renaud, Philippe, “Les jeux de lamour et du mixtape,” La Presse (in French), 18th February
2003 Carpenter, Lorraine, “Recording Romance,” Montreal Mirror, 5th February
Salas, Andre, “Record, Rewind and Eject,” Filmmaker Magazine, Fall
Unsworth, Cathy, “Psychotic Reaction,” Mojo, September
Gaskin, Vivienne, “The Second Coming,” Schnitt (in German), Summer
Ratnam, Niru, “Would a band by any other name smell as sweet?,” i-D magazine, July
Dyer, Richard, “London News,” Contemporary, June
White, Ian, “Rewind and repeat to fade,” Art Review, June
Williams, Michael, “Spastic Fantastic,” Sleazenation, May
Harrison, Ian, “Cramp Styling,” Mojo, May
“Parkies Get Cramped,” X-Ray Magazine, April
Haynes, Rob, “The Power of Re-Presentation,” Metro, 28th March
Bracewell, Michael, “Kick The Kitsch,” The Independent on Sunday, 23rd March
Aitch, Iain, “It Beats Bingo!,” The Guardian, 17th March
Carroll, Becky, “File under Sacred Music,” The Guardian Guide, 1st March
2002 “I’ve built my world around you,” Art Review, February
1999 Williams, Gilda, “Modern Love,” Art Monthly, February
Townsend, Chris, “Kill Yr Idols,” Hotshoe International, September / October
Jones, Jonathan, “Kill Yr Idols,” The Guardian Guide, 15th July
Sumpter, Helen, “Kill Yr Idols,” Evening Standard, 2nd July
Franzoni, Cristina, “Vision Great Britain: Kill Yr Idols,” Zoom Magazine, July
Dalton, Gordon, “The Ultimate Mix,” Artists Newsletter, April
1998 “A Rock N Roll Suicide,” The Bulletin, Belgium, 14th January
“New Contemporaries,” Scene, August
“A Rock N Roll Suicide,” Select, August
Boy George, “Star in their eyes,” The Sunday Express, 12th July
Coleman, Nick, “Boy, could they play guitar,” The Independent, 10th July
Sullivan, Caroline, “Ziggy Plays Again,” The Guardian, 4th July
Bell, Max, “Steve Harvey on,.. A Rock N Roll Suicide,” Hot Tickets, 2nd July
Lusher, Tim, “A Rock N Roll Suicide,” The Evening Standard, 2nd July
“Review – Host,” Contemporary Visual Arts, July-September
“A Rock N Roll Suicide,” Mojo, July
Olley, Michelle, “The Starman Cometh,” Attitude, July
Paytress, Mark, “Ziggy Rises Again,” Record Collector, July
Corner, Lena, “Ziggy is playing guitar again,” The Big Issue, 29th June
Heller, Vivienne, “A Rock N Roll Suicide,” The Independent, 27th June
Sullivan, Caroline, “A Rock N Roll Suicide,” The Guardian Guide, 27th June
“Lookalike Ziggy played guitar!,” Shropshire Star, 23rd June
Cooper, Tim, “Ziggy is back and hes still a work of art,” The Evening Standard, 23rd June
Reeves, Marcus, “Are They Listening Yet?,” Mister Peculiar, June
1997 Mulholland, Neil, “Review – Host,” Art Monthly, June
Wilson, Andrew, “Band Art,” Art Monthly, October
Lusher, Tim, “The Smiths is dead,” The Evening Standard, 1st August
Corrigan, Susan, “Pop Art,” i-D Magazine, August
Barrett, David, “Becks New Contemporaries 97,” Art Monthly, July-August
Searle, Adrian, “Why oh why Y-fronts,” The Guardian, 5th June
Simons, Iain, “Doing it for the Kids,” Live Art Magazine, 21st May – 27th July
O’Rorke, Imogen, “Sod Art, Lets Dance,” The Guardian, 10th July
Kiley, Penny, “New take on pop is stranger than life,” Liverpool Daily Post, 14th April
Sound-alike stars are doing it for the kids, Philip Key, Liverpool Daily Post, 7th April
Doing it for the Kids, Liverpool Echo, 4th April
Seeing Stars, Event Magazine, 27th March – 9th April
1996 Reel Around The Fountain, David Barrett, Frieze, March-April
Lusher, Time, “P.S.,” The Evening Standard, 22nd November
Wyman, Jessica, “Die Karrieren der Brit-Art-Acts und ihr Medium,” Springer, September (in German)
Burrows, David, “The London Summer Round-Up,” Art Monthly, September
Reid, Vikki, “Yerself is Steam,” The Evening Standard, 30th July
Guba. Tanya, “Yerself is Steam,” Time Out, 24th-31st July
Eyers, Luci, “Interview with Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard,” Everything Magazine, April-June
1995 Kyriacou, Sotiris, “Multiple Choice,” Artists Newsletter, March
Lederman, Erika, “Multiplication,” Art Monthly, February
“Artists Books, etc,” Artists Newsletter, February
1994 Pertusini, Angela, “Box Clever,” The Big Issue, November


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