|Medium||Watercolour pencils on paper|
|Dimensions||29.8 x 21 cm|
About the work
This drawing is part of a body of work exploring the ‘urge to merge' in the lesbian and queer community.
About the artist:
Born 1985 Brighton, Jasmine Johnson lives and works in London. Graduated from BA Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University (2007); MFA Fine Art at Goldsmiths University (2014); and DPhil Fine Art at Ruskin School of Art (ongoing).
Johnson works with people, recording words, objects and day-to-day activities. Drawings, videos and performances have been motivated by admiration, education, longing and searching for alternative worlds which could emerge through connection.
Selected exhibitions include Love: Annotations II, Drawing Room, London (2020); More Than Two: Omnibus, Barbican Public Spaces Commission, London (2018); This is Not This: Jasmine Johnson and Rachel Pimm, Devos Museum, Michigan (2018); More Than Two: Episode 3, Almanac Projects, London (2018); Upright, Jerwood Project Space, London (2016); and Third Party, ASI, Moscow (2015). Selected group presentations, publication and screenings include Queer Anthology of Healing, Pilot Press, London (2020); A Perfect Instrument: Kristina, screening with Emanuel Almborg, CAC & Rupert, Vilnius (2018); Subversions of Reality, Place des Arts, Montreal (2017); and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London (2015).
Residencies include Hospitalfield, Arbroath (2019); Rabbit Island, Michigan (2017); and Rupert, Vilnius (2016).