Jocelyn McGregor

 

Jocelyn McGregor strikes a discordant note using the fragmented female form.

Material has suppressed qualities, aspects that we are not meant to see. They are facilitators for something else. Gravitating towards states of matter – crystallisation, extrusion, decay. Jocelyn’s sculptural installations investigate the discordance between the basic physical elements of the natural world and the development of synthetic materials, media, and the built and virtual environments that shape our daily lives. To find this perpetual confrontation of the synthetic and the natural we have only to look beyond Western, urban service industries to the rural landscape, and to global sites of production and export.

 

b. 1989, Boston, Lincolnshire, England

2015 – 2017 MFA in Sculpture, The Slade School of Fine Art, London

2007 – 2010 BFA in Fine Art, The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford

 

Solo Exhibitions

UPCOMING 2022 Mantle at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK

2021 Hybernate at VITRINE Gallery Project (curated by Olena Kasperovych), Kharkiv, Ukraine

2019 Home Sick (as part of A Centre For Attention led by Kate Genever), Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, UK

2019 Magpie, Museum of Natural History, Kharkiv, Ukraine (as part of the British Council SWAP UK/Ukraine 2019 residency programme)

2018 Mei Yahn Yu (joint exhibition with Jiyoung Yoo), Kaitak Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong

2015 Sock Pocket, Platform 1 Gallery, London, UK

2014 Glass Nose, The Merz Barn, Langdales, UK

2011 CarbonSelves, Where Where Project Space, Beijing, China

Group Exhibitions

2021 Hyper Limbo (online) (curated by Come Quick Disaster), Yeah Totally, London, UK

2021 Around the Table, No.20 Arts, London, UK

2020 Trespassers will be detected (British Council SWAP UK/Ukraine 2019 exhibition), Dnipro Centre for Contemporary Culture, Dnipro, Ukraine

2019 Rain Wetting Thirst (Curated by Seamus McCormack), Lewisham Arthouse, London

2019 Self Seeder, Florence Arts Centre, Egremont, Cumbria

2019 Work in Progress, Semiradsky Gallery, Kharkiv, Ukraine (as part of the British Council SWAP UK/Ukraine 2019 residency programme with Yermilov Centre)

2018 Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018, Liverpool Biennale & South London Gallery (touring)

2018 A Field Guide to Getting Lost, T.A.F (The Art Foundation), Athens

2018 She Performs, London Gallery West Project Space, London

2017 Risky Attachments (curated by Like a Little Disaster),FOOTHOLD, Polignano a Mare (Bari), Italy

 

Jocelyn talks about her work  at the New Contemporaries

 

Sometime back in 2016.

Jocelyn McGregor

 

 

 

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