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Jim Woodall

MA work

Working across diverse media, including sculpture, photography, video and installation, my practice is rooted in intervention. I was a founding member of CutUp collective, an interventionist art group, from 2004-9.

My work stems from the personal encounter with the built environment and reflects upon how technology and digital media affect this relationship. Through repetitive and endurance action, I explore how memory of space is altered by an increasing reliance upon digital media to do the job of remembering for us. Engaging with memory, event and landscape as objects, I explore how these things are measured in terms of time, distance and volume.

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  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Sculpture, 2013

  • Working across diverse media, including sculpture, photography, video and installation, my practice is rooted in intervention. I was a founding member of CutUp collective, an interventionist art group, from 2004-9.

    My work stems from the personal encounter with the built environment and reflects upon how technology and digital media affect this relationship. Through repetitive and endurance action, I explore how memory of space is altered by an increasing reliance upon digital media to do the job of remembering for us. Engaging with memory, event and landscape as objects, I explore how these things are measured in terms of time, distance and volume.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Graphic Design, Camberwell College of Arts, 2003
  • Exhibitions

  • Accelerated Returns And Grinding Time, Solo show, Platform 1 Gallery, London, 2013; REACT, Dilston Grove, London, 2013; Plus Art Projects Poster Show, The Mayor’s Parlour, London, 2013; Departure Lounge, Pumphouse Gallery, London, 2012
  • Conferences

  • 'Olympic State', Anna Minton, Legacy Now, SPACE gallery, London, 2012; '24hr Olympic State', Isaac Marrero-Guillamon, See Studios, London, 2012; 'CutUp Collective', The Scale of Intervention, New Museum of Contemporary Art, 2008
  • Publications

  • The Art of Dissent, Hilary Powell, Isaac Marrero-Guillamon, Marshgate Press, 2012; Trespass, A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art, Ethel Seno, Carlo McCormick, Taschen, 2010; Collage, Assembling Contemporary Art, Blanche Craig, Black Dog Publishing, 2009; Street Renegades, New Underground Art, Francesca Gavin, Laurence King, 2007