Jonathan Goslan Exhibited in TRANSMOGRIFICATION · 6 December 2013 to 24 January 2014

STATEMENT

Jonathan Goslan makes sculpture which reflects his interest in computational art. He employs an action-centric methodology to explore the wealth of possibilities in the vast design space which can be accessed by modern 3D computer programmes.

Jonathan Goslan lives and works in Glasgow. He studied sculpture in Dundee, Chicago and London. Visit Jonathan Goslan's website.

EXHIBITIONS

2013
TRANSMOGRIFICATION, group show at Infektory Gallery, London
2012
OPEN EXHIBITION, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
2011
GROUP SHOW, Hjo Konsthall, Hjo, Sweden (curated by Petra Gunnarsson)
2010
MOVING FROM LONDON SHOW, Hjo Konsthall, Hjo, Sweden (with Theresia Lynch)
2009
VÅRSALONGEN, Liljevalchs Museum, Stockholm, Sweden (in collaboration with Theresia Lynch)
THE CRACK-UP, Octava Gallery, Kristianstad, Sweden (with Theresia Lynch
MINUCO ART SHOW '09, Coningsby Gallery, London
2008
MARE STREET BIENNALE, Artistspace, London (also including Bob and Roberta Smith)
2006
WORLD CUP, 39, London (also including Gavin Turk)
2001
NOT WITHOUT AN ELEMENT OF FRUSTRATION, Saatchi Bequest to Paisley Museum (semi-permanent display)
1996
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, St. John Street, London
GRAMERCY INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR, Gramercy Park Hotel, New York (also including Marcus Coates)
ART96, Business Design Centre, London
1995
HANGING PICNIC, Factual Nonsense, Hoxton Square, London (organised by Joshua Compston)
MULTIPLE CHOICE, Jibby Beane, London (also including Martin Creed)
1994
POTATO, Independent Art Society, London (curated by Gary Thomas and Alison Jacques)
TERPSICHORE, Jibby Beane, London (in collaboration with Ruth Byrchmore)
FIRST CHOICE '94, Art for Mayfair, London
OUTPOST, International Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh
FRESH ART, The Business Design Centre, London
DEGREE SHOW, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
1993
DIRECTIONS FOR KNOWIN ALL DRAK THINGS, Jibby Beane, London (solo show)
ADSITE, Holborn bus-stop, London (organised by FAT)
FLATLAND, Windows Gallery, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
1992
STUDIO SHOW, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
1988
EVENTSPACE 3, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (in collaboration with Cameron Galt)
STUDENT EXHIBITION, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
STUDENT EXHIBITION, Blue Mountains Bar, Dundee
1987
DRAING EXHIBITION, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
1986
EROSART, Performance Series, Prop Theater, Chicago
ALLAN KAPROW PARTICIPATION, The School of the Art Institute, Chicago
BENCHWORK, Bus Stop, Belmont and Southport Street, Chicago
MADE IN SCOTLAND (video compilation), Museum of Modern Art, New York (and touring galleries in North America)
VIDEO SCREEINGS, Fridge Club, London and Zap Club, Brighton and Video Festival, Zurich
EVENTSPACE 1, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
1985
EVENTSWEEK, Humberside College of Art, Hull

COLLECTIONS

Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, semi-permanent display
Saatchi Collection (1996-2001, then bequested to Paisley)
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Duncan of Jordantsone College of Art and Design, Dundee

© INFEKTORY GALLERY. LONDON 2013