JULY NEWS FROM NURSE WITH WOUND

Rare test pressings with unique artwork available on Saturday!
Steven has created another set of unique artworks to accompany rare vinyl test pressings. As before each artwork is designed, painted and collaged by Steven and is signed on the back. In some instances there is more than one artwork accompanying the vinyl. We regret we cannot reserve any of these items.

This set will be available in the 'Bespoke' area of the Nurse With Wound shop at 12 noon UK time on Saturday 8th July.

Nurse With Wound - The Swinging Reflective II
This double CD is the follow up to 1999’s The Swinging Reflective album and features an array of Steven Stapleton’s favourite releases that are either his remixes of other artists, collaborations or have been co-written with individuals who have worked extensively with NWW. All tracks are remastered and some have been slightly or comprehensively remixed. It is packaged in a beautiful, gloss laminated 6 panel digipac.

This is available for pre-order in the Nurse With Wound shop here

Nurse With Wound - Dark Fat 3 LP Box Set
Nurse With Wound's celebrated 'Dark Fat' now spread over six sides of luxurious vinyl and encased in a box with a gatefold insert, all featuring the art of Steven Stapleton aka Babs Santini. Listen in the Dark and soak up the Fat. 
ONLY ONE PRESSING WILL BE MADE OF JUST 500 COPIES.

This is available for pre-order here

We are also offering a 'bundle' of The Swinging Reflective and Dark Fat at a discounted price - available here!

Spiral Insana Art Edition
Rotorelief are very pleased to announce an Art Edition of the vinyl version of Spiral Insana. Each copy comes with a unique collage by Steven Stapleton.

This beautiful edition is available here

ONLINE EXHIBITION SALE AND GALLERY

To celebrate the highly successful ‘Doing What We Are Told Makes Us Free’ exhibition Steven has made a selection of original artworks available for sale. These can be found here. 

For all enquiries and purchases please email nurse@nursewithwound.co.uk or use the contact form on this website.

We have also posted a gallery of images from the exhibition which can be found here. Please note, due to exceptional demand, the exhibition has now been extended until June 16th!

DOING WHAT WE ARE TOLD MAKES US FREE

We are very pleased to announce Steven Staplton's first solo exhibition and accompanying 'Sleep Concert' at the Burren College of Art. Please see below for details :

‘DOING WHAT WE ARE TOLD MAKES US FREE’ 
May 4 – June 9, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 6-8pm


Burren College of Art is pleased to host the first solo exhibition of works by Steven Stapleton. Internationally recognised through his pioneering experiments in sound with avant garde band Nurse With Wound, Steven is an acclaimed visual artist who has worked across multiple media. Doing What We Are Told Makes Us Free will bring together his work in collage, assemblage and painting in a dynamic gallery installation. As his first major solo exhibition, it will provide a rare opportunity to experience Stapleton’s multi dimensional approach to visual art, which compliments and expands his extensive body of work in sonic experimentation.

STEVEN STAPLETON | SLEEP CONCERT
Friday, May 5, 10.00pm – 9.00am
The Gallery | Burren College of Art

Tickets 35 euro

Steven will perform live for an 8-hour concert that will run throughout the night, manipulating and re-animating his own Nurse With Wound recordings in an avant-DJ somniloquy to shape and colour your dreams.  Audience members are requested to sleep over for the duration of the concert and inflatable beds and breakfast the following morning will be provided.  

MARCH TEST PRESSINGS!

Steven continues his series of rare vinyl test pressings including releases from Nurse With Wound and Current 93. As always each test pressing includes unique artwork designed, painted and collaged by Steven and is signed on the back. We regret we cannot reserve any of these items.

This set will be available in the 'Bespoke' area of the Nurse With Wound shop at 12 noon UK time on Saturday 4th March.