On impermanence, through surface and word.



Having curated and exhibited with the Goldsmiths-affiliated collective Crossing Lines, Nick Scammell completed his MA Photography at LCC in 2014. He was short-listed for the Photoworks OPEN14, and invited to exhibit in This New Feeling at Central Saint Martins in 2015. NYZ, a collaboration which treats New York City as surface, symptom and attitude, was profiled in the Photoworks Annual. Nick was also co-founder of the curatorial project AFTER, which showcases recently-graduated and early-career artists through exhibitions and digital residencies. He lives and works in London.



Selected Group Exhibitions

Making It Real, The Ugly Duck, London, 2017

That Burning Field, Half.Life Projects, London, 2016

Intergenic, SeenFifteen Gallery, London, 2016

Beyond the Camera, Pingyao International Photography Festival, Shanxi, China, 2015

Darkness Spoken, MMX Gallery, London, 2015

This New Feeling, Central St Martins, London, 2015
MA Photography: Final Show, LCC, London, 2014
MA Photography: Interim Exhibition, LCC, London, 2014
Walking Encyclopaedia, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, 2014
Loose Traverse, Greenwich Gallery, London, 2013
Silent Cacophony (site-specific installation), Abbots Gardens, London, 2013
Possible Planes, Greenwich Gallery, London, 2013
Lateral Toronto, Oz Studios, Toronto, Canada, 2013
Significant Wreckage #1, Goldsmiths College, London, 2013
Home, Greenwich Gallery, London, 2012
London Villages Project, Deptford X, London, 2012
Memorial, Greenwich Gallery, London, 2012

Selected Curatorial Projects

Time & Materials, Unit 1 Gallery, London, 2017
Intergenic, SeenFifteen Gallery, London, 2016

Glossary, Safehouse 1, London, 2016

SHIFT, [online], 2016 - ongoing
Darkness Spoken, MMX Gallery, London, 2015
The Deleted World, 5th Base Gallery, London, 2015
Retrospeculations, Goldsmiths College, London, 2013

Lateral Toronto, Oz Studios, Toronto, Canada, 2013

London College of Communication, MA Photography, Jan 2013 - Dec 2014
Goldsmiths College, Urban Photography Summer School, August 2010

Photoworks Annual, NYZ, Issue 21: Collaboration, 2014 (front/back cover)
Less Common, Summer 2013

Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN14 - shortlist.
Ghost Autopsy a 2009 Stride Magazine book of the year.