CRASH! – Scott King & Matthew Worley


CRASH! – Scott King & Matthew Worley


Scott King was born in 1969 in Goole, East Yorkshire, England. Past work includes: Art Director of i-D and Creative Director of Sleazenation magazines. King has also designed record sleeves for the Pet Shop Boys, Suicide and Morrissey; and in 2013 he finally produced a record of his own entitled You’re My Favorite Artist (Vinyl Factory). For over 15 years King has created work under the banner CRASH! with writer and historian Matthew Worley. King’s work has been exhibited worldwide at such institutions as the ICA and the Barbican, London; Kunst-Werke Berlin; The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg,  Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Matt Worley was born in 1970 and grew up in Norwich, where he still lives. He works as a professor of modern history at the University of Reading and continues to contribute to Crash! with Scott King when the need arises. Worley is currently writing a book on the connection between punk, politics and popular music in the late 1970s and early 1980s.


CRASH! – Scott King & Matthew Worley

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A Better Britain
Scott King developed this project as CRASH!, with historian and writer Matthew Worley, for the the Serpentine Map Marathon event.A Better Britainis a series of 12 projects, published inside what appeared to be the programme for the Map Marathon and…
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