Jim Roseveare works across a variety of media including installation, intervention, video and performance. His work predominately focuses on the complex relationship between culture and landscape.

 

CURRENT/ FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS/ RESIDENCIES

Sweep~Landskip
15 April – 26 August 2018
Kinokino, Sandnes, Norway

Sweep~Landskip, an exhibition of international artists whose works use landscape
as a concept. Within their ideas, we can find a sense of timelessness, abstraction,
figuration and a mapping of its physical origins, and a cultural overlay of human
presence. Traces of humanity appear where nature becomes landscape and
bodies perceive external stimuli.
Jenna Burchell | Luke Burton | Jodie Carey | Edward Chell
Derek Jarman | Marte Johnslien | Peter Joseph | Herman Lohe
James Roseveare | Tom Scase | Richard Stone | Hanae Utamura
Curated by Roberto Ekholm | EKCO London        Sweep Landskip pr_2018   https://www.facebook.com/events/336828873505279/

 

 Tallinn Art Week –  the festival takes place from 11-17th of June 2018 with the focus on the complicated relationship patterns of humanity versus technology.

Following its manifesto “playing God? Future of Humanity…” the festival features a vast number of art events, intriguing discussions, practical workshops and unexpected happenings in surprising venues and spaces of Tallinn.

Tallinn Art Week is a festival established in 2016 presenting ca 2000 artworks by more than 200 different artists.

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 Residency Commission, Milton Keynes Arts for Health       
Saturday 10 February – Sunday 25 March 2018

 Tree Sense.  Inspired by trees and their relationship to society both past and present this residency encompasses tree learning activities and the design, planting and development of living sculptural tree art. Over many years cyclical pruning will establish a stunted, gnarled mini tree scape, promoting community legacy and stewardship. ‘Art and Culture’ will be embedded in the trees themselves.

The residenciy connects with themes relating to a newly commissioned artwork by Boyd and Evans at Milton Keynes University Hospital.
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Nothing Endures but Change        Ephemeral Sculpture.    The London Group & Friends June 7th – 24th 2018.        St John’s Churchyard, Waterloo, London.   Daily, 9am-8pm

Responding to the festival theme of ‘Transforming Minds’, the exhibition title, Nothing Endures but Change, comes from Heraclitus, better known for saying, ‘you cannot step into the same river twice’. Impermanence is a basic tenet of Buddhism. Buddhism and Hinduism share the doctrine that nothing lasts, everything is in a constant state of change.

The artists include:

Sophie Alston, Wendy Anderson, Peter Avery, Keith Ball, Vanya Balogh, Rosalind Barker, Alison Berry, Clive Burton, Sandie Camilleri, Andrea Cavallari, Rebecca Feiner, Cadi Froehlich, Ann Grim’, Susan Haire, Katie Hayward, Aude Hérail Jäger, Martin Heron, Alexander Hinks, Vera Jefferson, Marilyn Kyle, Chris Marshall, Venetia Nevill, Sarah Pager, Janet Patterson, Michael Phillipson, David Redfern,  Jim Roseveare, Tom Scase, Tommy Seaward, Chris Simpson, Angela Carol Stocker, Franny Swann, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Paul Tecklenberg, Graham Tunnadine, Bill Watson, Tisna Westerhof and Angela Wright.

The London Group, one of the longest-running and most prestigious artists’ collectives in the world, has around 90 members and champions diversity of work and independent thinking. Celebrating its centenary in 2013 its illustrious history mirrored that of British art for much of the 20th century and today the Group is as strong as ever, with nine shows this year alone.

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