JEREMY EVANS

EDUCATION
2007 Chelsea College of Art BA Fine Art, First Class with Honours
2002 Sir John Cass School of Art, graduated with Merit

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2012 
Book of Numbers, dalla Rosa Gallery (London) 
2010 One night Stand, Gooden Gallery First Thursday (London)
2009 Transition Gallery, shop space (London)

PERFORMANCES
2013
Hyperlogical Mythology of Things Tells Tales of Our Ancestors, Camden Arts Centre (London)
Hyperlogical Mythology of Things Tells Tales of Our Ancestors, Sluice Art Fair (London)
Hyperlogical Mythology of Things Tells Tales of Our Ancestors (radio version), TENT (Rotterdam)

RESIDENCIES
2013 Camden Arts Centre (London) and TENT (Rotterdam)

SCREENINGS
2010 
Insolvent Fates, Dickens Museum (London)
2009 Lexi Cinema Screening (London)
2008 Willesden Gallery (London)

GROUP SHOWS
2012

Cross Section/01, dalla Rosa Gallery (London)
London Art Fair, Art Projects, dalla Rosa Gallery stand, Islington Business Design Centre
2011
Pulp Fictions, Transition Gallery (London)
Common Distrust, National School for the Arts (Mexico City)
Minimum: after minimalism, Intervention Gallery (London)
Textures of Time, Frederick Parker Gallery (London)
2010
4 x 6, Galerie Lorenz (Frankfurt)
Species of Spaces, Paul Smith Showroom (London)
Beyond the Dustheaps, Charles Dickens Museum (London)
Preambles and Perambulations, Charles Dickens Museum (London)
2008
Time Networks, A New Work Network Activator Project (Brighton) 
Secrets of Translation, Nolias Gallery (London)
Inconclusion, Islington Arts Factory (London)
2007
return it (two), My Life in Art (London)
Letting Go, Waterloo Gallery (London)

OPEN SELECTIONS
2010
Lines of Desire, Oriel Davies Gallery (Newtown, Wales)
Visions in the Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust (London) 
2008
new contemporaries Liverpool A Foundation and London La Rochelle
2007
Material Intelligence, Trinity Buoy Wharf Keith Talent Gallery
2005
Future Film Camden Arts Centre, selected for a showcase of new films from most promising undergraduates

PUBLICATIONS
Lines of Desire catalogue (2010)
new contemporaries catalogue (2008)