JASMINE PRINTING, 2013
Four-colour lithograph on Somerset Satin White 300gsm
420 × 297mm
Edition of 50
EXHIBITION: INSIDE, 2 MARCH – 13 MAY 2012
British artist Edward Thomasson presented an exhibition of new works in the South London Gallery’s first floor galleries following six months as the inaugural Nina Stewart Artist in Residence in the SLG’s Outset Artists’ Flat. Edward’s work explores the role of performance in everyday life.
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Edward Thomasson (b. Staffordshire, UK, 1985) lives and works in London. Collaborating with actors, dancers, singers and musicians, his work focuses on the systems and rituals of contemporary survival and their relationship to performing and performance. Thomasson also collaborates with Lucy Beech on performance and video works. Thomasson completed his BA at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, in 2007 and went on to gain an MA at Slade School of Fine Art, London (2009-2011). His exhibitions include: Find A Problem To Solve, Furini Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 2012; One Another’s Company, IMT Gallery, London, 2011; Drill and Touching, Tank.tv, London, 2011; New Contemporaries, The A Foundation, Liverpool, touring to ICA, London, 2010; Plain Sailing and Find a Problem to Solve, The Life Room, CHELSEA Space, London, 2010; and Self Protection is Not Magical, (with Lucy Beech) Schicksal Oder Vaseline, The Showroom, Berlin, 2010. Since his residency, Thomasson was selected as one of Art Review’s ‘2013 Future Greats’, and has had two solo exhibition, Just About Managing, Southard Reid, London, 2012, and The Present Tense, commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery and Create as part of the Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency (2012-14).