Simon Woolham Books

Simon Woolham's work is concerned primarily with occupied spaces and the narratives that unfold in them. His drawings of school playing fields, junked underpasses and the like often contain text with the tone of dialogue. Through these glimpses of speech the dilapidated environments come to life in a skint version of enchantment: a tree stump or a broken fence are filled with the meanings of the events that go on around and about them. In his attempts to unearth this unpredictable and fragile process of memory, he uses biro drawings, paper interventions, animation, video and text. Biography Simon Woolham is currently based in Macclesfield. He has exhibited widely, including solo exhibitions at the Lowry in Salford and Chapter Gallery in Cardiff, as well as numerous national and international group exhibitions. In 2008 he was included in the first Tatton Park Biennial and in 2006 he was Artist-in-Residence at the Baltic in Gateshead. He won the Mostyn Open 11 at Oriel Mostyn in 2001.

Simon Woolham // Books
‘The bridge was a good place to throw stuff off – Drawings, Lithographs and Pop-Ups”
Published by Marmalade – Publishers of Visual Theory
Lithograph Pop Up Book, 96 Pages
15x21cm
Limited Edition of 50
£85 inc. p&p
‘Sticks and Stones – The Game’
By Darkcorner (AKA Simon Woolham)
Self-published Game Booklet
10 Pages
21x15cm
Unlimited Edition
2012
£6 inc. p&p