Dan Mitchell (b. 1966) lives and works in London. He has shown widely outside of the mainstream galleries in London. He is a founding member of Poster Studio (1994-1997) and the publisher of Hard Mag - the ‘stronger than reason’ specialist magazine. His work is generated on computers and takes the form of an assemblage of culled images (from the web, magazines, posters, film and photography) and is rendered on paper in the forms of posters, magazines, drawings and prints as well as sculpture.
His recent solo contributions include: "New Dead City", Oracle, Berlin (2016); "Alcoholism", Celine Gallery, Glasgow (2016); "Uppers and Downers: You Are Already Dead", Xero Kline & Coma, London (2015); “Is My Art Professor A Terrorist?” Munich Kunstverein, Munich (2015); “Poison Gas”, Galerie God, London (2014); “STALLINNISM”, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Tallinn, (2014); “Will We Still Play Tennis After The Revolution?”, Watch It Gallery, London (2014); “An Opening - #firstname.lastname@example.org”, Lima Zulu, London (2013).