Jim Roseveare works across a variety of media including installation, intervention, video and performance. His work predominately focuses on the complex relationship between culture and landscape.
FORTHCOMING/ CURRENT/ RECENT EXHIBITIONS/ RESIDENCIES
Exhibiting in the Coastal Currents Festival.
The Rogue Gallery, Norman Rd, St. Leonards on Sea. UK
Aug 31 – Sept 1st 2019
LATE OPENING / PERFORMANCE NIGHT THURSDAY 25TH JULY 2019 6PM – 10PM
LISA BUSBY. ROSE DAGUL. JOHN HARRIES. ANDREW LISLE
SHOW 5TH JULY – 30TH JULY 2019
CURATED by SEAN McLUSKY KEVIN QUIGLE Y BJØRN HATLESKOG
The 4TH in the series of exhibi tions featur ing cross-disciplinary works
– performance, sound architecture, sculptural installations, experimental music and film
ANDREW LISLE ANNABELLE SIMMONS
BJØRN HATLESKOG BRUCE McCLURE
CALUM F. KERR EDEN GIRMA
FIELD NOTES FLORENCIA GUERBEROF GUY HARRIES
JAKE CHAPMAN JAMES ROSEVEARE
JOHN HARRIES KEVIN QUIGLE Y LISA BUSBY
LUCY OATES MARY YACOOB PHILL WILSON-PERKIN
ROBERT McGLONE ROSE DAGUL RUPERT COLE
SCULPTURE SEULGI KANG SHENGGY SHEN
TOM WILDBLOOD WOJCIECH RUSIN
46 ASHFIELD STREET London E1 2AJ +44 (0)020 3645 5062
Waterloo Festival June 2019
COMING GOOD: Come Hell or High Water
Date: 06 – 23 June 2019 / open daily
Preview: 05 June 2019 / 6 – 9 pm
Location: St. John’s Churchyard, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY
Artists’ Talk: 17 June, throughout the afternoon from 2 pm
As we navigate a changing world with constantly shifting boundaries, we need to take on board new possibilities on all levels: physical, psychological and spiritual.
The London Group and Friends present an outdoor exhibition of art works from around 20 international artists. The show explores the process of transformation; be that of matter, ideas or self-perception. Questions of how we interact with nature and our environment, with each other and with our egos will come alive with this feast of art in the spacious gardens of St John’s Waterloo. Artists are responding to the challenge of dousing hell with high water and having fun along the way. You might walk past a milk teeth ‘Scream’ by Paul Tecklenberg or get entangled in Jane Eyton’s jellyfish; you may look into Clive Burton’s eternity hole in the ground or be puzzled by Vanya Balogh’s interactive performances. David Redfern recycles the cross and some mysterious old resin cups have made their way from a Polish forest.
Curated by London Group members Almuth Tebbenhoff and Cadi Froehlich
Exhibiting artists include: James Roseveare, Jane Eyton, Vanya Balogh LG, Keith Ball, Natalia-Zagorska-Thomas, William Watson, Elzbieta Smolenska, Angela Wright, Paul Tecklenberg LG, Clare Burnett, Clive Burton LG, Alex Harley LG, Aude Hérail Jäger LG, David Redfern LG, Sumi Perera LG, Carol Wyss LG, Rebecca Feiner, Heather Burrells, Tommy Seaward LG, Graham Tunnardine, Almuth Tebbenhoff LG, Cadi Froehlich LG …
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Stela for Foreign Bodies plays with scale, form, and material. From the micro to the macro ; aiming to merge everyday and complex meaning whilst evoking thoughts on physical terrain, atomic landscape, memorials, excavation and artifacts. The work encourages the viewer to reflect upon the quandary between things timesgone and things timesnow.
The sculpture contrast both decay and new life. Seeds planted within will germinate and sprout new life as the other materials decay over time exposing a treasure trove of the detritus of humanity. The debris was swept from the streets of The London E8 area and from a farm barn floor In Hooe, East Sussex. Sweepings include : teeth, cigarette butt, human hair, plastic straw, manure, London clay, plastic toy parts, dog hair, broken glass, lolly pop stick, screw, feather, plum stone and more.
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