Jim Woodall

'Landscapes of uncertainty' © Jim Woodall

'Landscapes of uncertainty' © Jim Woodall

'Landscapes of uncertainty' © Jim Woodall

'Landscapes of uncertainty' © Jim Woodall

'Landscapes of uncertainty' © Jim Woodall

Artist Jim Woodall on his practice:

Working across diverse media, including sculpture, photography, video and installation, my practice is rooted in intervention. I was a founding member of CutUp collective, an interventionist art group, from 2004-9.

My work stems from the personal encounter with the built environment and reflects upon how technology and digital media affect this relationship. Through repetitive and endurance action, I explore how memory of space is altered by an increasing reliance upon digital media to do the job of remembering for us. Engaging with memory, event and landscape as objects, I explore how these things are measured in terms of time, distance and volume.



Landscapes of Uncertainty, (solo) Marsden Woo Project Space, London
Abandoned Land: Sharp Continent, (with Phillip Reeves), Vitrine Gallery, London

Colony, Anarch Gallery, London. (with East Street Arts) (December 2013)
The Uneventful Day, (group show with Luke Burton and Al Page), Carroll/Fletcher, London
Diseased Brethren (Art Licks Weekend), Asylum Gallery, London
Tomorrow People, Elevator Gallery, London
Show RCA (MA Degree Show), Royal College of Art, London
Accelerated Returns And Grinding Time (solo) Platform 1 Gallery, London
React, Dilston Grove, London
Plus Art Projects Poster Show’, The Mayor’s Parlour, London

Departure Lounge, Pumphouse Gallery, London
Juxtaposition, See Studios, London
SUMMER SHOW:1st Year Sculpture, Sculpture Building, Royal College of Art, London
T.R.I.A.L, Is This A Warning?, curated by Cosmic Mega Brain, Shoreditch Studios, London
Gone Courting, RCA & ECA, Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court, Edinburgh
RCA Sculpture Work in Progress, Gulbenkian Gallery, Royal College of Art, London


RCA Secret, Gulbenkian Gallery, Royal College of Art, London
Neon + Vinyl, curated by Plus Art Projects, LondoNewcastle Project Space, London
Contemporary Art at Festivals, curated by UP Projects. Commissioned work toured to Glastonbury Festival, Shambala Festival, Thames Festival and London Pleasure Gardens
Olympic State (solo) See Studios, London
Reflux 11, (solo performance event), Commissioned by See Studios, London


Olympic State (solo installation), rooftop on the edge of the Olympic Site, London
Hub Wall, Chromosome 2, commissioned by UP Projects and Arts Council England for
Glastonbury Festival

70+Artists100+Hours, Volume Projects, London
Police and Violence, presented by The Guy Hilton Gallery, Sassoon Gallery, London
The Club Room, Members’ Inaugural Show, The Russian Club Gallery, London
Natural Wonders, Baibakov Art Projects, Moscow
Non-Linear Harbinger Systems, (CutUp solo show), James Taylor Gallery, London

CutUp and Sara MacKillop, The Russian Club Gallery, London
Desire’s Smoking Gun, Whitecross Gallery, London
Non-Linear Harbinger Systems, Conflux Festival 08, Center for Architecture, New York
The Scale of Intervention, film screening and seminar as part of Conflux Festival 08,
The New Museum, New York
Kemistry Gallery: Retrospective Number One, Kemistry Gallery, London
Markov Chain Monte Carlo, (CutUp solo show) curated by Guillaume Breton,
Louise T. Blouin Institute, London
Disabled Nylon, Durham Arts Festival, Durham
Hotel Grand Abyss, (CutUp solo show) SEVENTEEN, London
Volta4 Art Fair, Outdoor Sculpture Project, presented by SEVENTEEN, Basel
Pulse Art Fair, (Christina Ray stand), Miami
CutUp, (CutUp solo show) BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead


Conflux Festival 07, outdoor installation, underground carpark in Williamsburg, New York
Conflux Festival 07 Film Program, Union Docs, New York
CutUp: New Works, Hackney Wick, London
CutUp: Performances, Wallis Gallery, London
Zoo Art Fair, (SEVENTEEN stand), Royal Academy, London
Play: Experience the Adventure of Our Cities, Urbis Centre for Urban Art, Manchester
What is It?, curated by i-cabin, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge

Out of the Ruins of the Real, (CutUp solo show) SEVENTEEN, London [cat.]
Stealth, Kulturhuset Mazetti, Malmö, Sweden
Satellites, curated by i-cabin, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
La Vida Te Espera, (CutUp solo show) NIU Gallery, Barcelona
Art in the Office: New Acquisitions, Arts Council England, London
2005 CutUp Machine, (CutUp solo show) SEVENTEEN, London
CutUp Show, (CutUp solo show) Kemistry Gallery, London.

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