Nigel Maudsley

Nigel Maudsley

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

About Nigel Maudsley

I am a Brighton based free-lance photographer and artist. I practice across many genres such as portraiture, landscape and short experimental films.

I was a Senior Lecturer in Photography at London Metropolitan University and ultimately Course Leader for the MA in Digital Film and Animation. I also and wrote an MA in Photography which was successfully validated in 2007.

Since 2008 I have been a freelance photographer and artist and have had numerous exhibitions of my work



7 minute computer animation based around the body and the representation of sexuality.
Distributed by London Electronic Arts, Lux Center, Hoxton Square, London Sept. 1997

Film submitted (by LEA) and screened at the following festivals-
Sept 22-27th. 1997
ISEA97 (International Symposium of Electronic Arts), The School of Art Institute, Chicago, USA (funded by Molex Inc, MacLean-Fogg Company, LOT Polish Airlines)
12-22nd Feb 1998
‘Transmediale 98’ VideoFest, Podewil, Klosterstr 68, Berlin
23-26th April 1998
‘Digital Days’, Danish Film Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark Catalogue ISBN 87-984790-5-9 Other artists include Beriou, Lynn Hershman and Keith Piper
23-25th April 1998
‘Lovebytes’ Digital Arts Festival, Sheffield,
25 April - 5th May1998
‘Image Forum’ Video Festival, Osaka, Tokyo, Yohomata, Japan
29th April 1998
‘Body Electric’ screening of new works about the body. Lux Cinema, Hoxton, London Other artists include Jo Ann Kaplan, John Wood and Paul Harrison and Nelson Hendricks
22-26th April 1998
5th Oslo Animation Festival, Filmen Hus, Dronngensgate 16, Oslo, Norway
June 1998
Cardiff Animation Festival Cardiff, Wales
2-10th Oct. 1998
‘Limmagine Leggera’, International Media Art and Media Festival, Goeth Institute, Palermo, Italy (shortlisted for the International Video Art Competition First Prize) Funded by Sony. Other artists include David Larcher, Gary Hill
16-29th Oct. 1998
‘’Pandemonium’, London Festival of Moving Image, Lux Center, London Funded by Lottery, Arts Council, Tate Gallery, CH4 TV, London Arts Board.
9-18th Oct. 1998
‘MuuMediaFestival’ 98, Annual Nordic Media Arts Festival, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Helsinki.
Feb 1999
June 1999
screened on ‘The Kit’ on The Knowledge Channel, BBC Digital TV. Part of programme 1 repeated throughout June.
July 21- 7th Aug 1999
The New Zealand Film Festival, Wellington, New Zealand
November 2006
Las Casa Encendida 3 screenings
December 2006
Galician Center for Contemporary Art, Santiago de Compostela

Chance Encounter also included in two touring programmes
1. Transmediale Festival, 1997
2. Computer World 4, Released 1998 - approximately 60 minutes by Film and Video Umbrella, 2 Rugby Street, London. by The Arts Council. Other featured films include ‘Cloison’ by Beriou and ‘Geri's Game’ by Jan Pinkava/Pixar USA
Launched Oct 1998, ICA, The Mall, London

12 minute digital film commissioned by Addictive TV for a 7 part TV series ‘Transambient’ produced for Channel 4. (
Other visual artists in the series include Visual Cortex, VJ Justin Eade (Glimpse), Vivid, Brian McClave, and James Graham of Spiral with music by 808 State, Mark Summers, Spiral's Pimpi Arroyo, Fructose, George Millward and Tolly

June 21st 1999 Screened on Channel 4

Dec 1999 ‘Transambient’ (including Coma) bought and broadcast by Televisione Svizzera, Switzerland

April 2000 ‘Transambient’ (including Coma) released with world wide rights on VHS
by Visual Corporation Ltd

May 22nd 2000 Transambient (including Coma) released with world wide rights on DVD by DVD Direct Ltd

Sept 2000 Series has been sold to Swiss TV through Screen Ventures LTD.

Sept 2000 Screened at BBC Shorts Film Festival, Leicester Square,

6 Nov 2000 Screened at ‘@ Below 54’, 54 Great Eastern Street, EC1 London

Nov 2000 ‘Transambient’ (including Coma) sold to SBS Channel (
May 2001 Screened on SBS Channel

Feb 2001 Screened at Pompidou Center, Paris

Oct 2001 ‘Transambient’ (including Coma) released by ‘Pinnacle Entertainment’ for UK distribution

Dec 2003 ‘Chance Encounter’ purchased by Caixaforum Arts Center, Barcelo


1982 City Poly Group Show
1985 Fusselman Hall, Kentfield, California USA
1985 City Poly, One Man Show
1986 Body Adornment (group) Show, Adam Gallery, London
1986 Same Difference, Camerawork, London
1986 Whitechapel Open, London
1987 Swallow Gallery, Group Show, London
1988 Metro Gallery, One Man Show, London
1989 Glasgow School of Art, One man Show
1989 South Bank Centre, Group Show, London
1990 South Bank Centre, Group Show, London
1992 Group Show, Camerawork
1994 Main Gallery, London Guildhall University
1996 Artnet, Charles Barker PLC, Dean Street, London
2004 Moving Still, Camerawork, London