Caspar Below is a London-based artist, who has shown his work at exhibitions and film festivals across Europe and the US.
Projects include the ritual disposal of bad advice about life, the creation of cocktails as local historical memorials and training Londoners in techniques of urban self-evacuation. In 2013 he won the Camberwell Open with his Payday Loan Cenotaph installation and was specially commended by the London Sinfonietta orchestra for his ‘Commuter Audio Algorithm’ composition.
His video Trilogy of Painful Changes was shown internationally, including the Museum for Computer History, Cambridge, UK, the Newark Museum in New Jersey and at the 2016 Philadelphia Tech Week.
He has ongoing collaborative working relationships with artists in the UK, India, Germany and Norway.