Edmund Cook is an artist who lives and works in London.

He graduated with an MFA in Fine Art from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam in 2012 and with a BA in Fine Art from the University of Leeds in 2007.

His work currently revolves around staging speculative performance scenarios with sculptural objects that investigate the instabilities of communication and technology. These are frequently presented through installations incorporating video and sound.

Recent solo exhibitions include GalerĂ­a Bacelos, Madrid (2017), Fig 2, ICA, London (2015) and Parkour, Lisbon (2014). Recent group exhibitions and projects include Constellations, Flat Time House, curated by UP Projects, The Institute Of Things To Come at The University of Turin and Fondazione Sandretto de Rebaudengo (both 2017), Her Eyes and My Voice Issue Launch at Gasworks (2016), Please Stand By at Chisenhale Art Place and Mega Armageddon Death, The One Minutes selected by Nathaniel Mellors, Touring (Both 2015)