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He could have been listening to himself fart while he was touching that Polaroid for all we know.
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ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.....Oh WHAT?!?!? Sorry dozed off...I ESPECIALLY LOVED the way your put "send a jolt of energy through something while it's touching photographic paper" in bold face type. I would have surely missed that amazing concept, Jen. WOW-and just in time for Halloween...BOO!
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BTW...I saw a ghost the other night in Lawrimore Gallery. Seriously, Jen and it was SCARY!
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the ghost you saw, the dead white kitty, like an abyss he looks back and he approves of your work hibrow.

ain't no kitty but the white kitty, ain't no blessing like the lord of carnage's. SEE MY PLAY.
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Jeremy Shaw
Lives and works in Berlin and Vancouver



Education

1999 BFA - Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC



Solo Exhibitions

2010 Single Channel Higher States. SAMSA, Berlin, Germany.

Single Channel Higher States. The Lawrimore Project, Seattle, WA.

The Wall – Live in Berlin, 1990. Public poster exhibition-project in conjunction with Program EV, Berlin, DE.

I Am a Laser/Scream Like a Baby – Caribic Residency, Hamburg, DE.

Lot #422. Every Letter in the Alphabet. Vancouver, BC.

DMT. Maribel Lopez Gallery, Berlin, DE.

2009 This Transition Will Never End #6. Toronto International Film Festival – Future Projections.

Something’s Happening Here! Year-long public poster commission in conjunction

with Presentation House Gallery and Vancouver Cultural Olympiad, Vancouver, BC

2008 This Transition Will Never End. Blanket Contemporary, Vancouver, BC

2007 Best Minds Part 1. Toronto International Film Festival – Future Projections, Toronto, ON.

Or Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Best Minds Pt.1/7 Minutes. Galaria dels Angels, Barcelona, ES.

2006 DMT. Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, ON.

7 Minutes. Associacio per a les Arts Contemporanies, Vic, ES.

2005 Anti-Psych. Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver, BC

DMT. Cherry and Martin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

2004 DMT. Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2003 The Theme For Tonight. Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver, BC.



Performances

2010 I Am a Laser/Scream Like a Baby -

-Program, Berlin (as part of Sender, Carrier, Receiver - with Triple Canopy)

-Witte De With, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (as part of Let Us Compare Mythologies - curated by Renske Jansen

and Dorothea Jendricke)

-Verein zur Folderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, DE.

2009 Best Minds Part Two. The Office Temporary, Berlin, DE.



Selected Group Exhibitions / Screenings

2011 Montreal Biennale, A Throw of the Dice will Never Abolish Chance (“Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le

hazard”), Mallarmé, Montreal, Quebec

2010 Gewalt (Violence). Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany.

Videodrome (curated by Aaron Moulton). Auto-Center, Berlin, Germany.

Auto-Kino! (curated by Phil Collins). Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany.

Syncopation. Grimm Museum, Berlin, DE.

The Testbed of Futurity (curated by Sean Dack). Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY.

My Brother, My Killer. Freymond-Guth Fine Arts, Zurich, CH.

Here You Are: An Exhibition in Six Parts (site-specific public projection curated by Cate Rimmer). Vancouver.

CUE. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2009 Back to the Future (Curated by Carson Chan). Coma Centre for Opinions in Music and Art, Berlin, Germany.

Nite Flights (Curated by Sabine Schaschl and Bettina Steinbrügge). Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel, CH.

Art Today Association, Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

XXXMaleveich. White Space Gallery, London, UK.

2008 Thermostat: Video and the Pacific Northwest (curated by Michael Darling). Seattle Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.

E.M.A.F – Young Identities. Kunstthalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabruek, Germany.

Moodyville. Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC.

Berlinale 58 – Forum Expanded. Kino Arsenale, Berlin, Germany.

Dark Science (curated by Carson Chan). C.W.B., Berlin, Germany.

No Future. Artbus/Monkey Town, New York, NY.

Generations. Art Gallery of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Whenever The Mood Strikes Us. Platform Gallery, Winnipeg, MB.

22 LOCAL. The Apartment, Vancouver, BC.

2007 Mouth Open, Teeth Showing: Major Works from the True Collection. The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. USA

Depiction Perversion Repulsion Obsession Subversion (curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen)

Witte de With, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Thermostat: Video and the Pacific Northwest (curated by Michael Darling) Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami FL

Noorderzon Festival “Die Kist” (curated by Erick Fredericksen). Groningen, The Netherlands.

Courtisane International Short Film Festival. Gent, Belgium

Despite the Light. The Balmoral Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

9 or 10 works I used to like in no order. Monitor Gallery, Rome, Italy.

2006 Canada Dreaming. Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany.

Tiny Vices (curated by Tim Barber). Spencer Brownstone, New York, University of

Wisconsin, Oshkosh, USA, Studio Bee, Tokyo, Japan. Collette, Paris, France.

. La Boum I, Galarie Ben Kaufman, Munich, Germany.

La Boum II, Sies and Hoke, Dusseldorf, Germany.

2005 I really should…(curated by Stefan Kalmar) Lisson Gallery, London, UK

2004 Critical Mass. 64 Steps Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto ON.

2003 Video Hero(e)s. Saidye Bronfman Centee For The Arts, Montreal, PQ. Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, ON.

I Am A Curator. Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK.

Some Videos We Like. Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2002 K48 Teenage Rebel: The Bedroom Show. John Connelly Presents, New York City, NY.

Voir Grand/ Think Big. Saidye Bronfmam Cente For The Arts, Montreal, PQ.

Nobody In Vancouver Buys Art: They’re Not Interested in Painting. Electra Basement, Vancouver, BC.

Skip/Replay. Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2001 Surround. Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Knock-Off. Or Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

2000 Up Next (performance). Western Front Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Sound Separation. Western Front Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Anti-Matter Film Festival. Victoria, BC.

The New Festival. New York City, NY.



Residencies

2011 Canada Council for the Arts New York City ISCP Residency

2010 Caribic Residency, Hamburg, DE.



Discography

2009 Circlesquare - Hey You Guys EP, K7 Records, DE

Circlesquare - Ten To One EP, K7 Records, DE

Circlesquare - Songs About Dancing And Drugs, K7 Records, DE

2008 Circlesquare - Dancers EP, K7 Records, DE

2006 Circlesquare - Fight Sounds EP, Output Recordings, UK

2004 Circlesquare - 7 Minutes/Shiny Star (7” split w/Colder), Output Recordings, UK

2003 Circlesquare - Pre-Earthquake Anthem, Output Recordings, UK

2002 Headgear - Believer’s Goodbye, 240 Voltz, UK

1999 Circlesquare - The Distance After EP, Output Recordings, UK



Remixes

2009 Patrick Wolf - "Hard Times (Circlesquare Remix)", Bloody Chamber Music, UK

2005 Grizzly Bear - “Shift (Circlesquare Remix)”, Kanine Reccords, US

2003 UNKLE - “In a State (Circlesquare Remix)”, Island Records UK

UNKLE - “In a State (Headgear Remix)”, Island Records UK

Swayzak - “State of Grace (Headgear Remix)”, 240 Voltz, UK.

Bibliography

2010 Collins, Phil “Auto-Kino!” Temporäre Kunsthalle Press, DE.

Sanders, Leah “The Innocence of a New-Born McBarge” Jan. 13, National Post. CAN.

Something’s Happening Here!/Have Not Been The Same – PHG Press, CAN.

2009 Cornell, Lauren, Massimiliano Gioni, and Laura Hoptman, Ed. “Younger Than Jesus Artist Directory”,

New Museum & Phaidon Press, 2009

Bang Larsen, Lars “PCP – Pop, Conceptual, Psychedelic - Lars Bang Larsen and

Jeremy Shaw” C Magazine, CAN.

Rittenbach, Kari. “Around The Water Cooler at The Office’s Far-Flung

Performances”. Art In America Blog, US

“Sound and Vision: Jeremy Shaw”. Flaunt Magazine, US.

“See it - Jeremy Shaw: Prescience and Poster Art”. Canadian Art Online.

Riolo, Stephen. “Back to the Future” V Magazine.com US

Camblin, Victoria “Jeremy Shaw”. Interview Magazine Blog

Olsen, Christopher. “xSaladxDaysx”, The Capilano Review, CAN.

2008 “See it - When the Mood Strikes Us” Canadian Art Online

Crowston, Catherine “Generations” (catalogue) Art Gallery of Alberta, CAN.

2007 Burnham, Clint. “Jeremy Shaw: Best Minds Part One”. C Magazine, CAN.

9 or 10 works I used to like in no order. Rolling Stone Italy.

2006 Jeremy Shaw - DMT. Presentation House Press, CAN.

Zellen, Jody. “Jeremy Shaw”. ArtUS Magazine, USA

2005 Wilder, Matthew. “Critic’s Pick: Jeremy Shaw”. Artforum.com, USA

Burnham, Clint. “Critic’s Pick: Jeremy Shaw – Anti–Psych”, The Vancouver Sun

Gainor, Mark. “The DMT Sessions”, (interview and photo essay) Made Magazine

Grahauer, Curtis. “Party’s Over” Only Magazine, October 1-14, p.13

Guner, Fisson. Art Review: I really should…, The Metro, London, UK

Herbert, Martin. “I really should…” Time Out, London, UK.

Huttner, Per. I Am a Curator. (catalogue) Foreningen Curatorial Mutiny, Sweden.

Olson, Christopher A. “Jeremy Shaw – DMT,” Bordercrossings, Vol 24, no. 1

issue 90.93, February, 2005, 96-97.

Searle, Adrian. “Don’t Look Now,” The Guardian, UK. ,July 19, Arts pp.12-13.

2004 “High – Jeremy Shaw” The Face, Vol. 3 #84, January 2004, p.4

Gilbert, Sylvie. Video Hero(e)s. Saidye Bronfman Centre For the Arts, Montreal,PQ

Udall, Tyler. “Framed – Jeremy Shaw,” Dazed and Confused, UK. Volume 2, issue

#19, November 2004 p. 48

Page, Hugo. “Bombs Away!”,Tart Magazine, Vol. 13, 2004. p. 17 – 18

Laurence, Robin. “DMT Subjects Seek Bliss, Find Gummy Worms,” The Georgia

Straight, October 7-14, 2004, 56.

Pakasaar, Helga. “DMT & Underwater Sea Fantasy,” Arts Alive, vol.9, no. 4,

September/October 2004, 21.

Reighly, Kurt. “Art of Darkness “ BPM Magazine, USA, issue 55, August. 2004

Van Evra, Jennifer. “Into the Psychological Landscape,” The Vancouver Sun

September 24, 2004, D-19.

2003 “All We Need,” 29 for United Bamboo. (illustration) p. 22-23

2002 “Arena Series.” (photo essay) K48 Magazine.Issue #3 pp.182 - 183

Brayshaw, Christopher. “South Granville Spawns a Satisfying Summer Show,” The

Georgia Straight, August 15. p.

Rimmer, Cate. Voir Grand/Think Big. Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts,

Montreal, PQ.
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WOW! 'reality checking' you should really 'reality check' yourself!!! Are you serious?!?!?!? A BFA Emily Carr?!? Now that's HI BROW "think tankin"! Just because you work in Berlin doesn't mean, well, need I go on? And BTW-Jeremy Shaw's art..."of our time"???...YAWN
p.s.
Go find yourself a stack of arty mags from several decades ago and see just how many of those featured artists that were "rocketing to the top of the art world" you recognize.

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