Recent News:
Latent Channel, Australia Council for the Arts ACME London Studio residency, April - Oct 2022
Time Zero: International Date Line, shortlisted for The Sovereign Asian Art Prize Hong Kong 2022
Trajectories: Orbiting Bodies Meet, sculpture commission, Shepparton Art Museum 20 Nov 2021 - 13 Nov 2023
Liminal, group exhibition, Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney 2022 
Aperture f/1.2 Shallow Inlet, conceptual land art, HERO Public art commission Melbourne City Council 2022
EON Project, Norla Dome installation, supported by T.C.L Landscape Architects, GAGPROJECTS and Melbourne Art Fair 2022 
TarraWarra Biennial 2021, curated by Nina Miall, 27 March - 11 July 2021
Time Zero International Date Line, Awardee of The McClelland National Small Sculpture Awards 2020
The Habitat of Time, Arts Catalyst, London, curated by Julie Louise Bacon, 20 Feb - 14 March 2020
Notes from the Field, MAMA (Murray Art Museum Albury) curated by The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture 2021
Floodline, Stamford Park public art commission Knox City Council 2022

Represented by:
GAGPROJECTS (Greenaway Art Gallery) Adelaide & Berlin

Biography:
Based in Melbourne, James Geurts completed a Masters of Arts RMIT 2009 and Post Graduate research at GEMAK Institute The Hague Netherlands 2011. Geurts' conceptually driven practice works across sculpture, site-action, drawing, installation, photography, video, public artworks and earth-scale projects. Through site-responsive works and studio research, Geurts typically focuses on the way that cultural and natural forces intersect to shape both landscape and perception. His site-actions often include modifying analogue and digital methods to emulate conditions of the site. His recent projects explore the diversion of river agency, study the seismic, combine the primordial with the technological and investigate concepts of time.

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Recent reviews:
Landscape Australia - Review by Tim Edensor
Fluid Geography, The Adelaide Review
Seismic Field review - Art Guide Review by Tiarney Miekus 2018
Seismic Field review - The Adelaide Review by Jane Llewellyn 2018
Seismic Field review - Art & Australia by Tamara Marwood 2018
Floodplain review - Un Projects by Sophie O'Brien 2018
Floodplain publication - Perimeter Books
Floodplain exhibition - National Gallery of Victoria


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