Bryce Galloway is a transdisciplinary artist who works across fanzines, drawing, writing, music, performance, installation and video. Galloway’s work is always comedic and usually autobiographical and self-effacing.
A video to accompany the Wendyhouse song Dirty Dirt. The artist constructs some ad hoc face-wear.
Using the camera as a mirror, the artist undertakes an obscure grooming exercise for dealing with male pattern baldness.
A mock wrestling bout between the artist and his six-month old daughter Sadie.
A work made in response to the legacy of Kurt Cobain.
Notes on Aro Video and Artists Moving Image
As Andrew Armitage announces the potential closure of Aro Video, we ask: what influence has the video store had on artist production?
Auckland Triennial, Video and Performance
A discussion about the Auckland Triennial, Samin Son TV, and an interview with Bryce Galloway.