//IN2SPECIESCONTACT // :╚(•⌂•)╝ JESS BRYANT
Born in Norwich 1986, Lives and works in London
Slade School of Art (Fine Art Media MFA) 2015-2017
Wimbledon College Of Art (BA Fine Art Painting) 2012-2015
Hastings Sussex Coast College (Foundation Diploma in Art and Design) 2011-2012
//Hardwick Gallery, Cheltenham//
‘Charcoal Works’ is a group exhibition curated by Onya McCausland
//Bloomsbury Theatre, London//
Feb 10 and 11th 2016
//Tap Project Space, Southend on sea//
'We carried the watermelon, time well wasted'
29th August 2015
A collaboratively organized a performance and video event whilst on a residency at TAP
‘This compromises my morals but I am not sure which one’
14th August 2015
A collaboratively organized a performance event whilst on a residency at G39 Gallery
//Arcola Green Gallery // January 22nd-Feb 15th 2014
Solo show at the newly opened gallery space within Arcola Theatre, Dalston.
//Royal Academy of arts // November 2013
Found at the RA.
A collaborative interactive installation upon the staircase of at the Burlington Gardens in
response to Bill Woodrows exhibition.
//The Science Museum //
‘Convergence of the twain’ April 2013
Science Museum Lates; cs Climate Science
‘Souk’Group exhibition at Tooting Market April 2013
//Matthews Yard //
'Exhibit 3’ November 2012
//Converse and Dazed DIgital//
'Winner March 2014
of Wall Of Clash'
//Environmental and sustainability Award 2013//
Wimbledon College of Art June 2013
//Cell Project Space// October 2013-April 2014
Intern at the Gallery
//Onya Mccausland// 2012 – present
I assist Onya in her studio, helping to tidy and organise, processing raw materials for pigments, occasionally helping with the layout of publications, discussing and critiquing work.
//Florence Mine Arts Centre, Egremont//
Volunteer at Paintfest May 2013
Florence mine is an arts centre in Egremont, Cumbria.
//Covergence of the Twain//
The Science Museum and Cape Farewell Project April 2013
With a focus on science and art, in particular climate change, myself and a collective of other artists held an exhibition as part of the Science Museum Lates, this was an opportunity offered to us from the Cape Farewell project. The works where responsive to the different issues of climate change and curated in site specifity to thier subject matter within the museum.