Mark Aerial Waller is an artist working in video, sculpture, drawing and event based practices, based in London. He produces interdisciplinary, cinematic time travelogues that refute any predictable balance between our romance for the ancient past and our fetish for a streamlined future. Waller defies conventional screening formats, integrating sculptural objects and live performances for an experience of cinema defined in spatial and situational terms. He is also the founder of The Wayward Canon, a platform for event-based interventions in cinematic practices.
He studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art, London for BA(Hons) Fine Art - Film & Video (1990-1993) and was listed in September 2013's Art Forum in their Top Ten.
Recent reviews include:
Wide Angle, Sight & Sound, June 2013
Baltic Triennial, Frieze, Nov/Dec 2012
SO-LA, ArtReview Dec 2012, Martin Herbert