Nick Currie

Nick Currie is a Scottish-born musician and writer based in Osaka, Japan. Recording as Momus, he has released 23 albums and is also the author of The Book of Scotlands (Sternberg Press, 2009) and The Book of Jokes: A Novel by Momus (Dalkey, 2009). He is currently working on a film script.

A look back at Hamburg's Akademie Isotrop with Hans-Christian Dany, Abel Auer interviewed by Nick Currie and Birgit Megerle

BY Nick Currie | 02 JUN 16

Amelia Groom considers the Japanese architecture group Metabolism, while Nick Currie talks to Rem Koolhaas about organic cities and flexible buildings

BY Amelia Groom, Nick Currie AND Rem Koolhaas | 01 FEB 12

Collecting, living and re-reading Erich Fromm

BY Nick Currie | 09 DEC 08

What happens when design collectives start acting like artists?

BY Nick Currie | 06 AUG 08

How polite should art criticism be?

BY Nick Currie | 09 JUL 08

Does television ever really understand art?

BY Nick Currie | 20 MAY 08

A round-up of the current art market and goings on about town in Tokyo

BY Nick Currie | 24 APR 08

A brief guide to the future of online contemporary art coverage

BY Nick Currie | 25 MAR 08

Consumerism emerges as a modern form of superstition in the Ars Baltica Triennial in Berlin

BY Nick Currie | 27 FEB 08