Jeremy Bailey

Jeremy Bailey’s work explores the critical intersection between video, computing, performance and the body with a jocular attitude that seeks to parody the language and practises of “new media”. Recent projects include performances for Rhizome’s Seven on Seven in New York, The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and Tate Liverpool. His work has been shown widely including recent solo shows at Transmediale in Berlin, and group shows Mediamatic in Amsterdam, Museums Quartier in Vienna and Balice Hertling in Paris. Recent commissions include projects for FACT in Liverpool, Turner Contemporary in Margate UK, and The New Museum in New York. Bailey is represented by Pari Nadimi Gallery in Toronto.

Jeremy Bailey, born 1979, is a Canadian artist based in Toronto and a graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Toronto. Selected solo exhibitions include Selected group shows include The Jeremy Bailey Collection at Transmediale in Berlin (2012), Jeremy Bailey at Pari Nadimi Gallery in Toronto (2011) and The Jeremy Bailey Show at HTTP Gallery in London (2008). Selected group shows include You Might be a Dog at LEAP in Berlin (2014),MOSAIC at the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow (2012), Narrative Futures at FACT in Liverpool (2011), Frieze Projects with Lucky PDF at Frieze Art Fair in London (2011), Mediascape, a pas de Nam June Paik at the Nam June Paik Art Center in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea (2011), The Future is Now at Tate Liverpool (2011) and Space Invaders at NIMkin (Netherlands Media Art Institute) in Amsterdam (2010).