Kevin Boniface lives and works in West Yorkshire, UK.



Selected exhibitions/screenings: 2003/2016


The Most Difficult Thing Ever, 4th World Congress of Psychogeography, University of Huddersfield, 2017

Recorded Delivery, Yorkshire Festival, 2016

DECAPOD, Airspace, Stoke-on-Trent, 2016

The Rookery, Hebden Bridge Picture House, Hebden Bridge, 2015

The Most Difficult Thing Ever, Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, 2013

The Most Difficult Thing Ever, Cow Lane Studios, Salford, 2012

The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, Gallery 210, University of Missouri St. Louis, USA, 2010

New Wave: artists’ publishing in the 21st Century, University of the West of England, Bristol, 2009

North, Temporary Art Space, Piece Hall, Halifax, UK, 2009

Projection 08, The Lowry, Salford, 2008

Off the Page, The Greenhouse, Guernsey, Channel Islands, 2007

Where Are You? Lichtaffen East Dulwich, London, 2005

Where Are You? Castlefield Gallery Manchester, 2003



Publications


Lost in the Post Old Street Publishing 2008

Where Are You? A Postman’s Diary Lichtaffen 2005



Self-published artists’ books/zines/blogs


The Most Difficult Thing Ever. Extended edition (book and audio CD) 2013

The Most Difficult Thing Ever (blog) 2010 to present

The Most Difficult Thing Ever (print) 2012

Compact News Issue 2 2009

Back 2 Front 2007

Compact News Issue 1 2007

You Are Here 2003

Where Are You? 2003

Postman’s Diary books nos.1-9 2002-2004

White Dog Biz 2000



Curatorial etc.


Partner, West View Study Centre, Huddersfield, 2013 to present

Co-founder/co-director, Temporary Art Space, Huddersfield/Halifax 2008-2010

Co-founder and partner, Laundry (Artwear), Bankfield Mills, Huddersfield 1994-2000


Awards


Blog North Awards 2012 Best Writing

Fresh North West 2006 Best Copywriting

Fresh National 2006 Gold Best Copywriting



Reviews


‘Side-splittingly funny’ sevenstreets.com

‘Britain at its most odd and its most ordinary’ The Huddersfield Examiner

‘A revealing miniature glimpse of “ordinary” life’ The Guardian

‘Wonderfully observational’ The Big Issue

‘Lost in the Post will be a cult classic’ The Independent

‘Utter rubbish’ D.Allam via Amazon.co.uk





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