Available Works

Biography

Jasmine Johnson (b.1985, UK) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist whose practice is inspired by the act of working with people, recording works, objects, and day-to-day activity. Jasmine's drawings, videos and performances have been motivated by admiration, education, longing, searching for alternative worlds which could emerge through connection. Jasmine lives and works in London, UK. To request additional works please contact specialist@aucart.com

Education

PhD, The Ruskin School of Art, 2020-present

MFA, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2011-2014

Press

2021, Use These Hand Gestures To Fool People Into Thinking You're A Genius, Metro

2014, The Best WIRED Stories of 2014, Wired

Exhibitions

2020, Love, Drawing Room Annotations II, London, UK (Solo)
2020, Queer Anthology of Healing, Pilot Press, London, UK (Group)
2018, More Than Two: Omnibus, Barbican Public Spaces Commission, London, UK (Solo)
2018, A Perfect Instrument: Kristina, CAC & Rupert, Vilnius, London, UK (Group)
2018, This Isn't This, Marquette, USA (Solo)
2018, More Than Two: Episode 3, Almanac Projects, London, UK (Solo)
2017, Subversions of Reality, Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada (Group)
2016, More Than Two: Episode 1 & 2, Hymn Show, Know Wave Radio, UK (Solo)
2016, Upright, Jerwood Project Space, London, UK (Solo)
2015, Third Party, ASI, Moscow, Russia (Solo)
2015, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London, UK (Group)