Patrick Goddard

Patrick Goddard creates video, publications, drawing, performance and installation. His politically loaded and narrative based works undermine themselves with a self-defeating black comedy as they chart the artist’s fumbled attempts to create a personal and political integrity.

Goddard’s recent solo exhibitions include ‘Go Professional’ Seventeen, 2017; ‘Looking for the Ocean Estate’ Almanac Projects, London, 2016, ‘Gone To Croatan’ at Outpost Gallery, Norwich, 2015; ‘Revolver II’ at Matt’s Gallery, London, 2014. Goddard completed an MFA at Goldsmiths University in 2011 and is currently studying for a doctorate at Oxford University, in Fine Art practice.

 

Patrick Goddard CV

 

Seventeen Exhibitions 
Go Professional

Seventeen Events
Questions, Answers & Evasions

 

Press
Artforum, 2016
Frieze, 2016
Art Monthly, 2017
AQNB, 2017
FAD, 2017

 

Excerpt from: Patrick Goddard, Gone to Croatan, 2014
Single channel video with sound, 32’00”
Produced by Patrick Goddard
Featuring Adam Burton and Patrick Goddard
Made with support from Wysing Art Centre

Patrick Goddard, Gone to Croatan, 2014
Installation view at Seventeen, London, 2017

Patrick Goddard, Greater Fool Theory, 2015
Installation view at Seventeen, London, 2017

 

Excerpt from: Patrick Goddard, Greater Fool Theory, 2015
Single channel video with sound, 34’00”
Produced by Patrick Goddard
Featuring Sam Solnick and Patrick Goddard
Made with support from Create London

 

 

Excerpt from: Patrick Goddard, Tune into Sanity FM!, 2017
Single channel video with sound, 32’00”
Produced by Patrick Goddard
Featuring Ravinder Atwal and Patrick Goddard
Made with support from Create London

Still from Patrick Goddard, Tune into Sanity FM!, 2017

 

Excerpt from: Patrick Goddard, Difficulties in Impression Management, 2013/16
HD digital file, 14’00”
Written and produced by Patrick Goddard
Featuring Jack Govan

Installation view of Patrick Goddard, Looking for the Ocean Estate, 2016


Excerpt from Patrick Goddard, Looking for the Ocean Estate, 2016
Looping SD file, 33’00”

Patrick Goddard, Installation View of Looking For The Ocean Estate at ALMANAC, London, 2016

Patrick Goddard, English Channel, 2016
Orbis security shutters, billboard adverts, 149 x 251 x 6 cm  

Patrick Goddard, English Channel (detail), 2016
Orbis security shutters, billboard adverts, 149 x 251 x 6 cm

Patrick Goddard, They Think of the World in Terms of US and THEM, 2016
Wood, fire, steel, speakers, looping audio 3’40”

Patrick Goddard, They Think of the World in Terms of US and THEM, 2016
Wood, fire, steel, speakers, looping audio 3’40”

Patrick Goddard, A Social Contract, 2014
Carpet, suspended ceiling, light.
Installation View at Matt’s Gallery, London, 2014

 

Patrick Goddard, Operation Paperclip, 2014
78 page, black and white graphic novel