LEVEL 3 Spike Island Test Space, Bristol August 2015

LEVEL 3
Spike Island
Test Space, Bristol
August 2015

For LEVEL 3, Spike Island’s Test Space was painted to resemble a section of the multiplayer ‘Archives’ level from Goldeneye (Nintendo 64), and the almost identical hallways of a rehabilitation clinic for teenagers addicted to online multiplayer games, as seen in the BBC Storyville documentary ‘Web Junkies - China’s Addicted Teens’.

LEVEL 2 Cactus, Liverpool October 2014

LEVEL 2
Cactus, Liverpool
October 2014

LEVEL 2 took place inside the imagined inside of a previous work by the artist, Stupid Box. This box, a simple cardboard box adorned with printed question marks, has remained sealed to this day - its contents never disclosed.
 

LEVEL 1 Paradise Row, London Nov – Dec 2013

LEVEL 1
Paradise Row, London
Nov – Dec 2013

Covered in large format digitally printed vinyl, the walls of LEVEL 1 reproduce textures from the first room from the initial level of the 1992 computer game Wolfenstein 3D. A game often credited as the original 'first person shooter', a genre in which you assume the point of view of the main character.
 

Code Duello (book) ISBN: 978-94-91783-00-5 Visit codeduello.eu for more...

Code Duello (book)
ISBN:
978-94-91783-00-5

Visit codeduello.eu
for more...

In 2013 Johannes Breyer designed a publication that re-imagined a conceptual duel with artworks conducted by Alex Farrar and Harry Meadley in 2012. To that aim the works were examined in sequence, an account of the artist's experience was transcribed and supported with an appendix of images, and Rudi Fuchs proposed a precedent in Raphael and Sebastiano del Piombo's paintings for Narbonne Cathedral. This publication preceded the actualisation of the duel which was given its exhibition in 2014. 

 
 
Code Duello (catalogue)

Code Duello (catalogue)

In 2014 Johannes Breyer designed the Code Duello exhibition catalogue that supplements the original publication Code Duello (book) with documentation of the actualisation of the duel between Alex Farrar and Harry Meadley as presented in Loods 6, Amsterdam, February 2014.

 
 
Out of Bounds ISBN: 978-0-9927569-0-1

Out of Bounds
ISBN:
978-0-9927569-0-1

Out of Bounds catalogues all 54 works, which featured in Harry Meadley’s exhibition Play It as It Lies at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, April – May 2013, plus others unable to be realised.
Includes texts by Matthew Noah Smith, George Vasey, plus an interview with the artist by Max Slaven.