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.



 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.



 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.