Based in Melbourne, Geurts completed his Masters of Art at RMIT Melbourne in 2009 and post graduate research at Vrije Academie, GEMAK The Hague 2011. Geurts’ produces site and time-specific projects that locate paradigms of measurement, focusing on physical forces and fields and the influence these have on perception. He draws out these relations in geographic and conceptual forms that are layered within the sites of research. Geurts explores these features using processes ranging from public art, sculpture, drawing, installation, video, photography and living monochromes. Geurts has exhibited his projects in galleries including: White Cube, London; GEMAK, Den Haag Netherlands; Centre for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; La Chambre Blanche, Quebec; and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.

Represented by:
GAGPROJECTS/Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
Contemporary Art Society, London

Current projects
2018: Spring 1883 Melbourne Art Fair GAGPROJECTS/Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide.

Floodplain, series of conceptually linked site works along the Birrarung (Yarra) River Melbourne
National Gallery of Victoria- Ian Potter Centre, Level 2-Atrium (March-Aug 2018)

The Habitat of Time, group exhibition curated by Julie Louise Bacon, Supported by the Georges Mora Fellowship, State library of Victoria residency, Melbourne Water, Australia Council for the ArtsCasula Powerhouse

Drawing Origins, Synapse research residency with CSIRO, ANAT (ongoing)
Refraction Principle, public sculpture in the Derwent River, GASP! Tasmania (launched soon)

Recent Projects
2018: Framing Nature, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery (until 18 March 2018)
Seismic Field, exhibtion, Latrobe Art institue Bendigo
Flow Intervention II, The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture research residency,
2017: Fulcrum, kinetic light installation, Phasmid Studios, Berlin
Water Gate, Kuandu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei
Empire of Dirt, Site responsive public art commission, in collaboration with EnSuRe, RMIT New Academic Street, Wonderment Walk Victoria, CAST, Carbon Arts, Urban Animators: Living Laboratory, Lightscape Projects
2016: Archaeology of Time, public artwork at Civic Park Warragul, Creative Victoria Public Sculpture Fund

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