This site documents Mark Dean’s previously exhibited video and sound work — for information on current projects please visit chaplachap.com

Mark Dean’s first looped film appropriation work was made while studying photography and painting in the late 1970’s, and in the 1980’s this work was extended into musical loops as a DJ and playing in bands. These practices were eventually combined in the methodology for which Dean became recognised as a video and sound artist from the 1990’s onwards, with a New Contemporaries ‘93 award followed by early solo shows at City Racing, Casa de las Conchas, and Ikon, and group exhibitions including Black Box Recorder (Museum Ludwig and touring), Video Vibe (Gallery of the British School in Rome and touring), and Planet B (Palais Thurn & Taxis). Commissions include pieces for Barbican, ICA, and Imperial War Museum, with work held in collections including Leeds Art Gallery, Mudam Luxembourg, and the Saastamoinen Foundation. In 2009 Dean received a Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists, and in 2010 was ordained in the Church of England, continuing since then to practice as an artist and priest. Recent exhibitions include solo installations at Beaconsfield (2011), Museum Boijmans van Beuningen (2014), and St Paul’s Cathedral (2017). Mark Dean is a chaplain to University of the Arts London, and coordinates Arts Chaplaincy Projects.

Video and audio on this site is for demonstration purposes only — all rights reserved.

All source material is used in accordance with Copyright and Rights in Performances (Quotation and Parody) Regulations 2014

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