Biography
Through critical investigation James Geurts draws out geographic and conceptual forms that are layered within specific sites of research. The artist examines how natural and cultural forces shape perception. Geurts works across the disciplines of sculpture, drawing, video, photography and Land Art. Exhibitions include: National Gallery of Victoria; 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 & Berlin
Contemporary Art Society, London

Current projects 2018:    

Refraction Principle, public sculpture in the Derwent River, GASP (Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park) Tasmania
Launch: Saturday 13 October, 7 - 8:30pm Wilkinsons Point Pavilion
Seismic Field, exhibition, 21 November - 21 December, GAGPROJECTS/Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide  
Geophony, public sculpture CATO Square Prahran Melbourne 

Floodplain, series of conceptually linked site works along the Birrarung (Yarra River) Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria- Ian Potter Centre Supported by the Georges Mora Fellowship, State library of Victoria, Melbourne Water, Australia Council for the Arts ngv.vic.gov.au/exhibition/floodplain  perimeterbooks.com/James-Geurts  unprojects.org.au/un-extended/reviews/james-geurts/ 

The Habitat of Time, group exhibition curated by Julie Louise Bacon, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney  

Drawing Origins, Synapse research residency with CSIRO, ANAT. November - January 2019

Recent Projects 

2018: Framing Nature, group exhibition curated by Simon Lawrie, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery 
Framing-Nature-ECatalogue-Pages-1-23.pdf 
Seismic Field, exhibition, Latrobe Art institute Bendigo  Art & Australia review 
Flow Intervention II, The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture research residency
2017: Fulcrum, kinetic light installation, Phasmid Studios, Berlin  
Water Gate, site installation and exhibition, 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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