Mike Stubbs | HyphenHub Community

Encompassing a broad range of arts and media practice, Mike Stubbs’ arts leadership, curating and advocacy has been internationally acknowledged.

Stubbs has commissioned and produced over 350 exhibition programmes including White Noise for ACMI, the Nam June Paik retrospective with Tate Liverpool and Kunst Palace, Dusseldorf, for Liverpool Bienalle, Pipilotti Rist and Sk-Interfaces at FACT as part of European Culture 2008.

He has curated Teching Hsieh and Krzysztof Wodiczko for Liverpool Bienalle 2010 and 2016. He founded AND (Abandon Normal Devices) and the ROOT (Running Out of Time) festivals. In 2017 he initiated and co-curated ReROOTed for Hull UK City of Culture. He is also the co-founder of EMARE, European Media Art Residency Exchange.

Consultancy and mentorship includes: Chairing a new International Art Prize for Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai; Curatorial Advisor to Jikji International Festival, Cheoungjiu, South Korea; Digital Revolution, Barbican, London, Advisor, Hyphen hub, New York; Curator of Crystalize, Billingsgate, UKTI/KOTRA, London; Mentor, Creative Capital, USA; Jury Member, Nam Jun Paik prize 2015; Jury member, Collide @ FACT/CERN arts residency research partnership, 2016-18. Mentor many UK artists.

Recent major programs include: Are You Working Now ? for National Taiwan Musum of Fine Art, ArtBomb Festival, Rewilding the System, Symbiosis, Nomad Clan, Yola and Static murals for Doncaster and Aurora with Invisible Flock, ​​The Future World of Work for FACT.

As a part of the Festival Internacional de la Imagen 2018, Stubbs participated through a HyphenHub talk.