Alan Mann

Predominantly lens-based, Alan Mann’s work embraces still and moving image, sound, physical mark-making, and the non-material to pursue epistemic questions about being human. He has worked in publishing, the charity sector, and education. A published writer, he holds an undergraduate degree in Theology and Contemporary Culture, and postgraduate degrees in hermeneutics, and photography.

Banner Image: Exhibited at Spike Island and Showcase Advertising Campaign

The Sit

Post-event installation from an ongoing body of work about the interplay between silence, meditation, and more holistic ways of knowing.

Silence No. XXXVII

From the Series: Fragments of Silence

Liberty: Borrowed Skateboard, Temporary Tattoo

From a series of portraits documenting my daughter's pursuit of independence, identity and self-expression.


Three Channel Video Installation / B♭ Monotone Audio Track / Variable Dimensions / Total Runtime: 21 mins / From the Series: Fragments of Silence.

Untitled (Rose and Telephone Cable)

From the autobiographical series: Is the Rose Still Beautiful? An ongoing body of work about ancestry and post-industrial male identity.

Untitled (Tree and Security Camera)

From the Series: I Can't See the City for the Trees.