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Oliver Griffin, 'Demonstrations of Patterns in Flow. What do you expect from your surfaces: A philosophy of Bicycle MotoCross (BMX) and everything' (installation view), 2017, © Damian Griffiths


Oliver Griffin

Oliver Griffin (born 1983) is a British visual artist currently living and working in London and Berlin. Griffin creates typologies of objects and situations that explore the mundane, the boring, and the everyday; these primarily take the form of photographic prints, sculptures and artist's books. His subjects include house-keys, domestic ceilings, light switches, fence panels, his glasses, parked cars, and skid marks left on gymnasium floors by BMX bikes. His work is characterised by a wry detachment.

Links

Website: olivergriffin.co.uk