Ian Williamson

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

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.


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


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)


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