Patrick Jameson: Studio Experiments

Date: 7 Dec - 3 Feb 2013

The exhibition featured an installation of studio experiments including paintings and photographs, the result of the artists on-going investigations into the crossover between still and moving image. The artists specific intellectual concerns relate to the relationship between art, science and architecture. Included are photographs from the film Flora & Fauna HD Video, 2010.

Patrick Jameson is a graduate of The Glasgow School of Art MFA. Patrick’s solo exhibitions include: Eliel and Engel Volume, London, 2010; Glass Museum Studio Warehouse, Glasgow, 2009 and Eliel Sierra Metro, Edinburgh, 2009. Group exhibitions and screenings include: Glasgow International Film Festival, 2010; TorinOver Turin, 2010; Running Time Artists films in Scotland 1960 to Now, Dean Gallery, National Galleries Edinburgh 2006; Becoming Electric Interval 06 Discocate Ginza Art Laboratory, Tokyo 2006 and Landfall AK 28 Stockholm 2005.


2011 RSA Residencies for Scotland at Stills Gallery
2010 Scottish Arts Council, Creative Development Award
2008 Scottish Arts Council, Creative Development Award
2006 Glasgow City Council, Visual Arts Award
2004 Scottish Arts Council, Creative Development Award
2003 Glasgow City Council, Visual Arts Award

Selected Publications

2007 The List Magazine, Edinburgh, (interview)
2006 Becoming Electric, Willoughby Cunningham, (article)
2006 The Skinny, Edinburgh (review)
2005 Dagens Nyheter (The Daily News) Stockholm, Sweden (review)
2005 Contemporary Magazine, London (review)
2004 White Collar Magazine, London (project)
2002 October, St Vincent St, Glasgow , Red group (project)
1998 Occupational Hazard, critical writings on recent British art, BlackDog (article)

List of works
1-8 Studio Experiments, 2010 - 2012
Limited edition inkjet prints face mounted on acrylic (£200, print without mount £80)

475 x 316mm

Each print is an edition of 30 signed and numbered by the artist.

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Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson


Patrick Jameson