I’m an artist, based in Hobart, working across a few mediums under the moniker Jamin. My work responds to local and global events, politics, the media and popular culture – from the viewpoint that things are essentially screwed up.
In 2008 I was selected for ‘Contemporary Australia: Optimism’, a major triennial exhibition presenting leading contemporary Australian art at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Brisbane. My solo exhibitions include: Inertia Force Change Inertia (Criterion Gallery, 2008), First We Take Paris, then We Take the World (Devonport Regional Gallery – Solo Commission 2007) and Tasmania: Explore the Possibilties (INFLIGHT, 2007).
I am also a founding member of Die Laughing Collective (2004) with Paicey and Empire. Die Laughing produce large scale works, on and off the street. Die Laughing were invited to exhibit at the MAY’s Project in Sydney in 2006, and have been involved with the 2006 and 2009 Retrospective exhibitions there. Die Laughing were also invited to both the 2005 and 2006 Melbourne Stencil Festivals as featured artists.
I am represented by Criterion Gallery in Hobart.
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