Dominic Wilcox

Dominic Wilcox was born in United Kingdom . While studying at Edinburgh College of Art in 1998, Dominic Wilcox created a collection of objects based on everyday items such as a bed, swing and bird cage. After graduating, he moved to Japan for a year before returning to the UK to study an MA at the Royal College of Art. During this 2 year period of intensive critical debate and creative experimentation he developed a series of objects including War Bowl, Honesty Stamps and Glove. After leaving the RCA in 2002, he started a collaboration with fellow RCA graduate Steve Mosley called Mosley meets Wilcox. One major MMW project was a collaboration with Rock photographer Mick Rock which ended in a collection of objects exhibited in Sept 2004. Later, a Limited Edition collection was sold exclusively in Paul Smith shops worldwide. In 2006 Dominic went solo, and is currently developing new work, experiments and ideas.

www.dominicwilcox.com

Nowhere/Now/Here
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2009

Investigating new lines of enquiry in contemporary design

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