Ian Williamson

Location: Bristol
Website: http://ianjacobwilliamson.co.uk/
Bio:

Often my work takes the form of a video installation, where an excess of images, objects, and sounds are used to immerse, bombard, and indulge the viewer. By working with a variety of media and dimensions, a relationship between the virtual and physical space has developed to address the complex role that images now have in contemporary society and the political implications stemmed from this process.

Exhibitions:

Solo Exhibitions:

2017: Nightmarezzz, A V D (online mobile app)

Group Exhibitions:

2017: Air Display- A Show in the Sky, Hampstead Heath, London, UK (collaboration with OX ART)
2017: We're All Involved In This Mess, Enclave Lab, London, UK (collaboration with Panic Attack and Grant Bingham)

2016: No More Bagels, Buckingham Rd, Los Angeles, USA
2016: Kingston University Degree Show, Knights Park, London, UK
2016: Mudding, Stanley Picker Gallery, London, UK
2016: ✔, Knights Park, London, UK

2015: Pylon, curated by Ox Art, Stanley Picker Gallery, London, UK
2015: Slippers N0.2, Maverick Projects, London, UK
2015: Us and Things, ArtLacuna, London, UK
2015: mEAT ME on the CORner, Gallery on the Corner, London, UK
2015: Azure, hARTslane, London, UK

2014: An Awkward Collection of Objects, Swan gallery, London, UK (curated)
2014: Pasteurised Prepared Cheese Product, America Square, London, UK
2014: Slippers, Hoxton Basement, London, UK

Screenings:

2017: Open Film Night (as part of Scalarama Festival), Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, UK
2016: Kingston School of Fine Art Showreel, Knights Park, London, UK (curated)

Writing/Publications/Talks:

2017: Artist Talk, Art and Design Foundation course, City of Bath College, Bath, UK
2017: The Real Housewives: a humorous, violent and slippery abnormality, research article, published on Curating the Contemporary