Lives in Osaka (Japan).
Known primarily for his avant-garde music, Momus (aka Nick Currie) was born and educated in Scotland. After gaining a degree in English Literature from Aberdeen University, he moved to London and began a career as a songwriter which has seen the release of almost 30 albums in as many years. From the turn of the century he's developed a parallel career as an artist, holding performance shows in galleries and conducting "unreliable tours" of museums and "emotional lectures" in universities.
>Momus (Nick Currie) , The Book of Jokes, 2009.Book, ink, paper, 20.3 cm x 13.9 cm, 189 p, language: English, publisher: Champaign, IL/London: Dalkey Archive Press, ISBN: 9781564785619.
>Momus (Nick Currie) , The Book of Scotlands, 2009.Book, ink, paper, 17.7 cm x 11.2 cm, 160 p, language: English, publisher: Berlin: Sternberg Press, ISBN: 9781933128559.
>Momus (Nick Currie) , The Book of Japans, 2011.Book, ink, paper, 17.7 cm x 11.2 cm, 192 p, language: English, publisher: Berlin: Sternberg Press, ISBN: 9781934105245.
>Momus (Nick Currie) , Herr F, 2014.Book, ink, paper, 428 p., language : English, German, publisher : Fiktion, Berlin, ISBN : 978-3-944818-66-5.
>Momus (Nick Currie) , UnAmerica, 2015.Artist Novel, ink, paper, 20 x 14 cm, 192 p., language : French, publisher : Le Serpent à Plumes, La Madeleine-de-Nonancourt (FR), ISBN : 979-10-94680-06-3 (First edition : Penny-Ante Editions, Los Angeles, 2014).
> Exhibition: Book Lovers 4.0 (Pop-up Bookstore). 28 January 2014 - 02 February 2014.
> Exhibition: The Preparation of the Novel (Book Lovers 5.0). 18 July 2014 - 05 September 2014.
> Ensemble: The Artist's Novel.