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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017     Secrets & Lies, TATE Film Club, Tate Modern, London

2016     Chain Reaction, Commissioned performance, TATE Modern, London

2016     EMPIRE Magazine, MASSIVE WINTER PREVIEW (Oct 2016, Issue 328), Kornhauschen Gallerie, Aschaffenberg Germany

2016     Live Long and Prosper, WORK Gallery, London

2014     It’s Always About the Hair, Deptford X Commission, Deptford London

2014     I Think I Love You Lounge, Festival of Love (Commissioned Installation), Southbank Centre, London

2014     The Final Frontier, Museums at Night commission/Culture 24, 20-21 Gallery, Scunthorpe

2013  Worldstaronestoppopshop, Kornhauschen Galerie, Aschaffenberg Germany

2012     Wide Open School, Artist-in-Residence, Hayward Gallery, London

2011 Peckham Heroes, Peckham Space, London

2010-11 Art Impostors (In association with the young people who participated in the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project Academy 2010), Louis Vuitton Maison, London

2009 Eastenders, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

2009 Crimefighters, Kornhäuschen , Aschaffenberg Germany

2008-9 Mystery Train, Art on the Underground, Charing Cross Station, London

2008 Mystery Train, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

2008 The Woody Allen Show, Gallery-33, Berlin

2007 The Agony & The Ecstasy, George Rodgers Gallery, Maidstone Kent

2006 You’re Going Home in a Fucking Ambulance, Gallery-33, Berlin

2004 Beep Beep Toot Toot Yeah, 1,000,000mph Project Space, London

2003 I Think I Love You, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

2002 Jessica Voorsanger, Guido Carbone.to, Turin, Italy

2001 Bono & Sting Wouldn’t Be Anything Without: Jessica Voorsanger’s The Davids, The International 3, Manchester

1999 Stinky Village, Virgin Megastore, London

1998 Art Stars, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London

1997 Let’s Go Rangers!, Modern Culture, Brooklyn, New York

1996 The Retrieval Series: Bob Geldof, Modern Culture, Brooklyn, New York

1996 Star Sightings, Modern Culture, Brooklyn, New York

1995 Baby Shower, Camden Art Centre, London

1994 Birthday Party, Peter Doig’s Studio, Cubitt Street, London

1994 Star Way to Heaven: Addresses to the Stars, Fête Worse than Death ’94, London

1991 Travel Tips, or How to Catch a Man, The Travellers Bookshop, London

1991 Romance Novels, Freud’s Bar, London

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS/PERFORMANCE/EVENTS

 

2017     Empire II, The Age of Anxiety, Venice Biennale

2017    Gestures of Resistance, Dokumenta, Romantso Cultural Centre, Athens

2016     Now it is Permitted, Swedenborg Society 2016, Curated by Bridget Smith, London

2016     Imprint 93, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

2016     FOUND, Foundling Museum, Curated by Cornelia Parker, London

2016     Liberties, Newlyn Gallery & The Exchange, curated by Eliza Gluckman & Lucy Day, Penzance

2015     Deptford X, Curated by Janette Parris, London

2015     Liberties, Collyer Bristow Gallery, curated by Eliza Gluckman & Lucy Day, London

2015     EM-15 Sunscreen, Venice Biennale online project curated by Candice Jacobs &

2015     EM-15 Sunscreen: Instagram Take-Over Jessica Voorsanger (Oct 11-18)

2015     Big Draw, Live Drawing Performance, London

2014     PIGDOGANDMONKEYFESTOS, Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent

2013     Art Party Conference, performances & Compare, Scarborough

2013  Factual Nonsense, Paul Stolper Gallery, London

2013  Making Art, Gallery Petit, London

2013  Invisible Print Studio, Payne Shurvell Gallery, London

2013 I Love You Because, A-Side B-Side Gallery, London

2013 Drawing Room Biennial 2013, The Drawing Room, London

2006-13 Art Car Boot Fair, Truman Brewery, London

2012 Prophetic Diagrams, George & Jorgen Gallery, London

2012 The Collage Principle, Semner Berlin Gallery, Berlin Germany

2012 Not in Your Face:  An Evening of Portraits, Erlang House, curated by Francesca Piovani, London

2012 Multiple Market, Handel Street Projects, London

2012 Friends of the Earth Endangered Species Colouring Book, commission, publication

2012 London’s Calling: Bob Smith & Jessica Voorsanger, 11 Spitalfields Gallery, London

2012 Moby-Dick Redux: Twenty-First Century Whale, Commission, online publication of Moby Dick

2012 Wide Open School, Hayward Gallery (Artist in Residence), London

2012 Amy Winehouse Exhibition, Semner Berlin Gallery, Berlin Germany

2012 Charlie Wright’s International Art, Charlie Wright’s, Curated by Peter Harris, London

2012 Olympic Print Commission (unofficial), NoShowSpace, London

2012 East Village E20, commission, Launch for the new Olympic Neighbourhood, London

2012 Under the Influence, Exhibition Road, London

2012 Relay, Lewisham Art House, curated by Candida Powell-Williams, London

2012 Diamond Jubilee Alternative Village Fete, home Live Arts, “How Well Do You Know Your Queens” Stall, Battersea Park, London

2012 Tainted Love, (touring exhibition), Transition Gallery (London), The Meter Room (Coventry) & DownStairs Gallery (Herefordshire)

2012 In Conversation with Stuart Sutcliffe, Travelling exhibition (postponed), publication of interviews and artwork   (ISBN-10: 0957226209, ISBN-13: 978-0957226203)

2012 Super Sizzling 7 (Adventure Comic Book), Vital Arts Commission for Barts Hospital (publication and permanent artwork), London

2011-12 Imagination of Children, Curated by Rebecca Fortnum, Museum of Childhood, London

2011-12 Glitterbug, Curated by Alice Herrick, Viktor Wynd Gallery, London

2011 Video, Curated by Leigh Clarke, Lokaal 1, Antwerp Belgium

2011 ALL IS NOT LOST, Curated by Emily Druiff, Café Gallery, London

2011 THE MARRIAGE OF SOFONISBA ANGUISSOLA TO THE ALDWINCLE GOLEM (2 person show w/Bob & Roberta Smith), Curated David Ekserdjian & Susan Moore, All Saints Church, Aldwincle, Northamptonshire

2011 PULP FICTIONS, Transition Gallery, London

2011 SEXY 100, Wall to Wall, London

2011 Women Should be in Charge, ICA (event curated by home & Bob and Roberta Smith), London

2011 Art Lands on Alien Landscape, Limbo Space, Margate Kent

2011 Drawing Room Biennial 2011, The Drawing Room, London

2011 Life of the Mind:  Life, Love & Obsession, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

2011 Fraternise, Beaconsfield, London

2010 This is Tomorrow (commissioned print), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

2010 Beasts Royal, Viktor Wynd Gallery, London

2010 Biennial Susak 2010, FAMILY curated by Cedric Christie & Vanya Balogh, Susak Croatia

2010 InArt. InStar. InStyle, State Video Art Museum, Moscow

2010 Fan Club, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

2010 Unrealised Potential, Cornerhouse, Manchester

2010 Bidizzened, APT Gallery, London

2010 Sold Out, Elastic Residence, London

2010 Stardust Boogie Woogie, Monika Babinska Gallery, London & Art Laboratory Berlin (Berlin, Germany)

2010 Miniscule, Oblong Gallery, London

2010 Sculpture Now, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury, Kent

2010 Fake Modern, Camden Arts Centre (Book signing performance, 17/4/10)

2010 Echo…From the Age I Was Able to See It (curated by Cedric Christie), KORAALBERG Gallery, Antwerp Belgium

2009 Kiss of a Lifetime (curated by Mike Chavez-Dawson), Rogue Project Space, Manchester, BEARSPACE, London.

2009 Famous, Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, Dortmund Germany

2009 Reg Perfect, Portman Gallery, London

2009 The Sculpture Show, V22, London

2009 Warholesque, Richard Young Gallery, London

2009 Too Much is Not Enough, Transition Gallery, London

2008 Star Struck, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

2008 Brief Encounters with Sliding Doors, Transport Museum & Art on the Underground, London

2008 The Golden Record, curated by Mel Brimfield, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

2008 Mapping Correspondence, Center for Book Arts, New York

2007 Small Wonders, Grey Gallery, London

2007 Seja Marginal, Seja Herói (Be Marginal, Be a Hero), curated by Danger Museum, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge

2007 So Sad, Guy Hilton Gallery, curated by Mark McGowan, London

2006 For Peel, No More Grey Gallery, London, Curated by Harry Pye

2006 Hull Heroes, Illuminations, Hull Time Based Arts, Hull

2006 Hearing Voices, Seeing Things, Serpentine Gallery, London

2006 Forward/Backward Reloading, Island 6 Art Center, Shanghai China

2006 World Cup, 39 Gallery, London

2006 How to Improve the Word: 60 Years of British Art, (performances), Hayward Gallery, London

2006 Stars in their Eyes, home, Theatre Museum, London

2006 Metropolis Rise: New Art From London, temporarycontemporary, Beijing, Shanghai & London

2005 No News From Nowhere, William Morris Gallery, London

2005 Summer Daze, South London Gallery, London

2005 A Night on Earth, Oh Art Gallery, Oxford House, London

2005 For and From Exhibition, Metropole Gallery, Folkstone

2005 Mervielles du Monde, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Dunkerque, France

2005 I.D.E.A. London invite LCCA to the ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art, London

2004 I’m Shy (the virgo show), Flaca Gallery, London

2004 Beacon, 7 commissioned site specific installations in Lincolnshire (mine:  Tupholme Abbey)

2004 Board Meeting, Customized surf boards in aid of Greenpeace organized by Fake London Genius, Oki-Ni, London

2004 Birthday Party, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

2004 Art Car Boot Fair, Truman Brewery, London (Specially commissioned Vauxhall Car)

2004 ‘An Evening with Kylie’, Kathy Temin’s Kylie Minogue impersonators, (I judged), ICA London

2004 Sir Reel, Redux, London

2004 Beauty Queens, Women’s Library, London

2004 Video Exhibition, 39 Gallery (John Strutton), London

2004 Radio Radio, Trade Apartment, London

2004 Mothers, Oxford House, London

2004 Platform for Art, TV Swansong poster campaign on the London Underground

2003 Campaigning Politics & Shopping, Unit 2 Metropolitan University, London

2003 Radio Radio, International 3, Manchester

2003 Franz West & Friends, Austrian Cultural Forum, London

2003 Bad Behaviour, curated by Emma Mahony for the Hayward Gallery National Touring show

2003    An Evening with Kylie, launch of the My Kylie Collection publication.  I was a judge for the     competition with Andrew Wilson, Brian Dawn Chalkley and Janette Parris.  I also conducted several ‘Fan-a-gram’ performances.

2003 Independence, South London Gallery, London

2003 “The Colony Room Presents: The 55th Anniversary Exhibition “What’s it Worth” curated by Sarah Lucas, The Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, London

2002 Extra-Art: A survey of Artist’s Ephemera 1960-1999, ICA, London

2002 Air Guitar, touring show including Milton Keynes Gallery & Cornerhouse, Manchester

2002 To Whom it May Concern, curated by Matthew Higgs, CCAC, San Francisco, CA

2002 TV Swansong, live internet broadcast 20/02/02, www.swansong.tv (archival images available)

2002 Platform Auction, Fundraser:2, Platform Gallery, London

2002 Bigger Splash, Whitechapel Art Gallery at the London Art Fair, London

2002 the home collection, home, London

2002 It’s Only Words, Mirror, London College of Printing, London

2002 Football, Prenelle Gallery, London

2002 No Alla Violenza, Burro, London

2002 Lonely This Christmas, James Windsor Art@iLevel, London

2001 I Love NY BENEFIT, Robin Hood, New York

2001 Then There is No Mountain, Then There is, Generator Dundee Scotland

2001 Porta-Project, Goldsmith’s College (curation course), London

2001 Century City, Tate Modern, London

2001 Ecole de Bob Smith & David Burrows, Trade Apartment, London

2001 CRYlawn, curated by Artlab, Goldman Tevis Gallery, Los Angeles CA

2001 Record Collection, curated by Elaine Ford & Mel Brimfield, VTO Gallery London & International 3 Manchester

2001 The Sally Barker Gallery at 291 Gallery, New work in the “e” Gallery, London

2001 Teeth & Trousers, Cell Project Space, Ideal House, London

2001 Across the Pond, The Practice Space, Los Angeles CA

2001 Extra-Art: A survey of Artist’s Ephemera 1960-1999, CCAC, San Francisco CA

2000 Tectonic, Mexico City, Mexico

2000 Crush, Hoax, London

2000 Drawing of Lots, The Gallery, University of Central Lancashire, Preston

2000 Speculum IBCA 2000, curated by Oyvind Renberg, “Combi”, Stavanger Norway

2000 Playmaker, Galerie Paula Boettcher, Berlin Germany

2000 Bob Smith & Jessica Voorsanger: Family Art Project, SITE Kunstverein, Dusseldorf

2000 Bob Smith & Jessica Voorsanger: Family Art Project, “Realm of the Senses”, Turku Art Museum, Finland

2000 In the City, Modern Culture at the Gershwin Hotel, New York NY

1999 The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Liverpool, England

1999 48 Hours, curated by Melanie Keen, The Tablet, The Tabernacle, London

1999 My Eye Hurts, Thread Waxing Space, New York, New York

1999 The Articultural Show, Factual Nonsense @ The South Bank Centre, London, England

1999 Reciprocity, curated by David Leapman, The Sun & Dove, London

1999 Cab Gallery, Art exhibited on the inside and outside of a London Taxi, London

1999 MuSEUM MAgOgO, curated by Beagles & Ramsey, Glasgow Project Space, Glasgow

1998 Date with an Artist, NGCA, City Library & Art Centre, Sunderland

1998 home 1, home, London, England

1998 Vauxhall Gardens, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England

1998 Show Me the Money (3), 8 Duke Mews, London, England

1998 Feeringbury VIII Cultivated, curated by Stephen Hepworth, Feeringbury Manor, England

1998 Channel 3, Team Gallery, New York, New York

1998 Host, Tramway Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

1998 Cloth-Bound, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, England

1998 Global Housewarming, 1st Floor, Melbourne, Australia

1998 Again Again, Galerie Carbone & Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanae, Turin Italy

1998 eBC1, ICA, Live Internet Broadcast & Screening (20 April 1998), London

1998 Show Me the Money (1), 8 Duke Mews, London, England

1998 One Night Pub, (15th May 1998), 44 Copperfield Road, London

1998 Fame, 1st Draft, Sydney, Australia

1997 An Assessment of Contemporary Figuration, David Klein Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan

1997 100 Per Cent Love, Coin Copy Store, London, England

1997 It’s A Stitch Up!, Launch of BANK Tabloid, Dog Gallery, London

1997 Big Blue, Coin Copy Store, London travelling exhibition including Paris, Berlin & New York

1997 Imprint 93 (and other related epehmera), Norwich Gallery, Norwich Norfolk

1997 Posture:  An Assessment of Figuration, David Klein Gallery, Birmingham Michigan

1997 Laurie Anderson’s ‘Meltdown Festival’, Royal Festival Hall, London (commissioned video)

1997 Livestock Market, Fan-A-Grams”stall, FN (Factual Nonsense), London

1997 Networking: Art By Post & Fax, (traveling Art Council); starting at Spacex Gallery, Exeter…

1997 Double Life, The Waiting Room, University of Wolverhampton & Art College, Wolverhampton

1996 The Glass Shelf Show, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, England

1996 Life/Live, Musee de l’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France

1996 Club Shop, Sam’s Salon, London, England

1996 Yer Self Is Steam, 85 Charlotte Street, London, England

1996 Gol ’96, Sam’s Salon, London, England

1996 Fifty Quid, 51 Derbyshire Street, London, England

1996 Kiss This, Focal Point Gallery, South-End-on-Sea,  England

1996 BANK TV, Video Myths (later shown in LEA Film Festival), Dog Gallery, London

1996 100 Percent Love, Coin Copy Store, London

1995 My Darling Cicciolina, Last Orders, London, England

1995 Cocaine Orgasm, Bank Space @ Burbage House, London, England

1995 Glass Shelf Show, ICA, London, England

1995 Gang Warfare, (trav. exhibition); IAS, London; McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas

1995 10 Years of Student Exhibitions, Economist Plaza, London, England

1995 The Hanging Picnic, Factual Nonsense @ Hoxton Square, London, England

1995 Imprint 93, City Racing Gallery, London, England

1995 Supastore Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough Borough Council, Middlesbrough, England

1995 Lost Property, (traveling exhibition); W-139, Amsterdam & Great Western Studios, London

1995 Life of Its Own (Zivot Sam O Sobe),British Council Window Gallery, Prague, Czech Rep

1995 Hanging Picnic, FN (Factual Nonsense) in Hoxton Square, London

1994-5 Art Unlimited: Multiples of the 1960’s & 1990’s from Arts Council Collection, Glasgow Central Contemporary Arts, Glasgow; Royal Festival Hall, London; etc.

1994-5 Hit & Run (1-4), Four Exhibitions/same series, assorted venues mainly the Ministry of Sound

1994 Dad, curated by Rebecca Fortnum, Gasworks, London, England

1994 Miniatures, The Agency, London, England

1994 Sarah Staton’s Supastore, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, England

1994 The Curator’s Egg, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, England

1994 Candyman II, 100 Clements Road, London, England

1994 Something’s Wrong, The Tannery, London, England

1994 Fete Worse Than Death, “Starway to Heaven: Celebrity Addresses”, FN, Hoxton Sq, London

1994 Blood Brothers, Plunge Club, London, video screening for David Cassidy’s birthday (April 12)

1993 Blood Brothers:  Jessica Voorsanger Meets David and Shaun Cassidy, Nosepaint Performance Art Group, London

1993 The Pet Show, 63 Union Street, London, England

1993 Goldsmiths MA Degree Show, Goldsmith College, University of London, London, England

1993 Six Post-Graduate Students, Economist Plaza, London, England

1993 Relative Values, Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Stirling, Scotland

1992 Bingo Bongo, Tower Bridge Piazza, London, England

1991 The Capsule, Tower Bridge Piazza, London, England

1990 China:  June 6, 1989 Memorial Exhibition, P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York

1990 Sex Salon, Epoche Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

1987 Thesis Exhibition, Palazzo Cenci Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Rome, Italy

1986 Printmaking Exhibition, Temple University Gallery, Rome, Italy

1986 The Brooklyn Museum, The Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn, New York

 

EDUCATION

2009 CLTAD, University of the Arts, Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching & Learning in Art & Design

1991 – 1993 Master of Arts, Goldsmiths College, University of London

1987 Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), European Hons Program, Rome, Italy

1983 – 1987 Bachelor of Fine Arts, RISD, Providence, Rhode Island

1986 Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania),

European Hons Program, Rome, Italy

1982 – 1983 The Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn, New York

1982 Parsons School of Art, New York, New York

 

TEACHING

1998-current University College of Creative Arts (formerly Kent Institute of Art & Design)

0.3 Senior Lecturer in Fine Art.  (From 1998-2003 was 0.3 Lecturer in Pictorial Arts, PTBA)

2009-2012 Camberwell School of Arts, MA Fine Art

2007-2011 University of East London, External Examiner BA Fine Art

1997-current Visiting lectures at assorted institutions (as requested):  Wimbledon School of Art, Royal College, Goldsmiths MA, Kingston, Chelsea, Sunderland, The Slade, etc

 

GALLERY LECTURES

2013 Joshua Compston, Paul Stolper Gallery, London

2010 Peckham Heroes, In Conversation with Jean Wainwright, Peckham Space, London

2008 Starstruck, In Conversation with Deborah Robinson, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

2000 Jim Shaw, ICA, gallery talk, London

1998 Claes Oldenberg, gallery talk, Hayward Gallery, London

1997 Yoko Ono & Fluxus, gallery talk/performance w/Clive Philpott, Royal Festival Hall, London

1997 Yoko Ono, gallery talk/performance (2 day), Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

 

CATALOGUES/BOOKS

2012 Making Contemporary Sculpture, by Ian Dawson, Published by The Crowood Press, ISBN 978-1847974303

2012 In Conversation with Stuart Sutcliffe, Published by Media Junction, ISBN 978-0957226203

2009-10 Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2009-10, Frieze, London

2008 Mystery Train, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (limited edition artist book)

2008 Star Struck, Exhibition catalogue, published by New Art Gallery Walsall, ISBN 0-946652-90-2

2007 Platform for Art, Black Dog Publishing, London. ISBN: 978-1-906-155-06-3

2006 Hearing Voices Seeing Things, published by The Serpentine Gallery, ISBN: 1-9051-9009-3

2006 Forward/Backward Reloading, Exhibition catalogue, published by Island 6 Art Center, Shanghai China

2006 Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, Published by temporarycontemporary 2006

2006 Les Marveilles du Monde, Published by The University College of the Creative Arts in association with Musee des Beaux Arts, Dunkerque

2004 Beacon, essays from David Lillington and John Plowman, published by Beaconarts,

            ISBN: 1-860501-95-8

2004 Board Meeting, Customized surf boards in aid of Greenpeace organized, published by Fake London Genius

2003    ‘Bad Behavior’ from the Arts Council Collection, published by Hayward Gallery Publishing, ISBN:  1-85332-235-0

2003    Art and Celebrity, by John A Walker, published by Pluto Press, ISBN:  0-7453-1849-5

2002 Air Guitar, edited by Stephen Snoddy, curated by Emma Mahoney, published by Milton Keynes Gallery

ISBN:  0-9536755-7-2

2002 TV Swansong, edited by:  Nina Pope & Karen Guthrie, published by ARTicle Press, ISBN: 1873352581

1996 Installation Art, by Nicolas De Oliveira, published by Thames & Hudson Ltd, ISBN: 0500278288

 

DISCUSSION PANELS

2011 Making Art Public, Turner Contemporary, Margate

2010 Making yourself visible on the Internet, Artquest, London

2006 Artist Links Seminar, Arts Council and British Council, Barbican Centre, London

2003 Survival Skills, Artists Panel, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

2002 Air Guitar, Discussion panel chaired by Tony Wilson (Factory Records), Cornerhouse, Manchester

2002 TV Swansong, 2 day symposium, The Baltic, Newcastle

1998 NWUK (New Work UK), member of the selection panel, Chisenhale Gallery, London

1994 Everything Elvis, “The Cult of Elvis & Quest for the Holy Grail,” South Bank Centre, London

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY, PUBLISHED PROJECTS BY JESSICA VOORSANGER IN PRINT MEDIA

2012 Arty, Tainted Love Edition, No.7

2012 Moby Dick Redux: Twenty First Century Whale, (publication & on-line project)

PIGDOGANDMONKEYFESTOS, Artist Manifestos by Shaun Doyle & Mally Mallinson, Banner Repeater London

Art Lands on Alien Landscapes, Limbo Magazine Group (as part of exhibition), 2011

Fantastic Cities:  Guides to Unvisited Cities, “Springfield”, edited by Lucy Harrison, 2004,

ISBN:  1-870522-38-9

What’s On in London Magazine, “Lunch With David Cassidy”, (Commissioned article), 2003

fash ‘n’ riot, Kunst Chaos Kraft, issue 2, 2003

A Magazine (as part of My Kylie Collection) 2002, by Kathy Temin, 2003

fash ‘n’ riot, fashion issue, issue 1, 2002

Words + Pictures, “Matthew Collings Thumb Print” Issue 10, 1996

Words + Pictures, “Abbey Road,” Issue 5, 1996

Smiths, “I Kissed…David,” Summer 1995

Dazed and Confused, “Star Stories,” January 1995, p. 104 – 105

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY, PUBLISHED PROJECTS BY JESSICA VOORSANGER IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA (con’t)

2007 /seconds issue 7: sci-fi, utopia, roadside picnics, www.slashseconds.org

2006 /seconds issue 5, www.slashseconds.org

2002 TV Swansong (www.swansong.tv/jessicavoorsanger/outline.htm)

1998 eBC1, ICA, Live Internet Broadcast & Screening (20 April 1998), London

1998 Jim Morrison’s Grave (http://bak.spc.org/everything/e/project/jessie/index.htm)

1997 Star Stories (www.pixeldom.com/jv/star_stories.html) no longer on line

 

(OTHER) PROJECTS

2005 Patchwork Quilt, Newport School (inner city school project with entire school), London

1995 2.14.95, Imprint 93, London, England.  Anonymous Valentine’s greeting, mail art work

1994 My Christmas Card to You, Imprint 93, London, England.  Mail art work

BIBLIOGRAPHY, PUBLISHED REFERENCES TO JESSICA VOORSANGER IN PRINT MEDIA

GEEKED, Mohara Gill (feature article), Issue 1 Nov 2012 –Jan 2013

Art & Music, The Saatchi Gallery Magazine, Patricia Ellis & Cedar Lewisohn, Peckham Heroes (feature article), Peckham Issue (Jan 2011)

Dazed & Confused, Louis Vuitton The Cult of Personality Comes Under the Spotlight, Huw Nesbitt, Vol.II93 Jan 2011

Vogue, FriezeFrame, Jan 2011

Independent, Art Diary, October 30, 2010

The Guardian, G2, Jessica Lack, (in print & on-line)  http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2010/oct/13/frieze-art-fair-cuts#/?picture=367633011&index=7

London Evening Standard, The Art of Queuing, Nick Curtis, 5 Aug 2010

Elastic Residence Review, http://www.a-n.co.uk/interface/reviews/single/650135

Elastic Residence Review, http://www.artfacts.net/en/exhibition/sold-out-268573/overview.html

Guardian Website, Artists of the Week, August 2009

BBC London (on-line), More from Nigel at Frieze, PM presenter Nigel Wrench, file:///Users/jessvoorsanger/Documents/CV:publicity/PRESS%20Clippings/more_from_nigel_at_the_frieze.shtml

Evening Standard, Forget Christie’s. here’s my car boot, 15 June 2009

Guardian, A fiver for a Peter Blake? Art’s leading lights tighten their belts and head for a boot sale, Helen Pidd, 15/6/09

BBC London (on-line), Learning the Art of Public Transport, 5 Dec 2008

OTM (on The Move), Art Gets All Mixed Up, No. 154, Jan 2009

The Guardian Guide, Too Much is Not Enough, January 2009

Ruhr Nachrichten, Ungarin Stellt beruhmte Filmszenen nach, Famous in Kunstlerhaus, 20 Nov 2009

Westfalische Rundschau, Lichtgestalten und eine Woody-Allen-Show, Rainer Wanzius, 20 Nov 2009

Heinz, Famous, Beruhmtheit(en) und Bildende Kunst, 12/2009

Main Echo, Crimefighters im Kornhauschen, 15 April 2009

Main Echo, Miss Marple trifft Derrick – Kunst: Jessica Voorsanger’s “Crimefighters”, 20 April 2009

Main Echo, Heldenhaft: Filmdetektive im Kornhauschen, 21 April 2009

Arts World, Starstruck: fright-wig fame, Jean Wainwright, Jun/July 2008

Metro (London), Art Goes Underground, Dec 8 2008

Bakerloo Newsline, Art Attack, Issue 3, 2008

Marylebone & Paddington Mercury, Students Pursue an Independent Art Project, 27 Nov 2008

What’s On (Birmingham), [art], Dave Freak, April 19- May 2, 2008

Birmingham Post (City Edition), Celebrating and Capturing the Modern Phenomenon of Fame, Terry Grimley, 29 April, 2008

What’s On Staffordshire, Starstruck!, April 2008

Metro (Midlands), Starstruck, 4 June 2008

a-n, Beacon Art Project, Alan Armstrong, 2007

New Work Networks, Beacon Art Project 2007, 20 Oct 2007

Art Council England, East Midlands, Beacon Art Project, 2007

Design Week, News in Pictures, Immprint Volume 21/Number 41, 12 October 2006

The Guardian Guide, For Peel, Nov 25 – Dec 1 2006

Dazed and Confused, September 2006

The Observer Magazine, “Artful Dodgems”, Harriet Lane & Gautier Deblonde, 28 May 2006

a-n Magazine, “Birthday Collective”, August 2004

a-n Magazine, “Seaside Special”, February 2004

In depth Art News, (absolutearts.com) “Independence”, 2003

a-n Magazine, “Air Guitar: Reconsidering Rock Music”, Roy Exley, October 2002

Hokubei Mainiohi, “On Kawara’s Work in CCAC Exhibition”, August 2002

ArtForum (Artforum.com), “To Whom it May Concern”, Glen Hefland, September 2002

San Francisco Chronicle, “The Medium is the Message at CCAC”, September 2002

Metro, “Plucking at Your Art Strings”,Helen Duff, September 2002

BBC Manchester Online, “Air Guitar @The Cornerhouse”, September 2002

Art Monthly, “My Eye Hurts”, Graham Parker, October 1999

Flash Art, “Jessica Voorsanger”, John Slyce, February 1999

Time Out, “Art:  Preview,” Tania Guha, September 1998, p. 49

Art Monthly, “Jessica Voorsanger”, David Burrows, October 1998

Contemporary, “Jessica Voorsanger Art Stars”, Mark Gisbourne, 1998

Very, “We’re All Pop Stars Now:  Invasion of the Art Bands,” Susan Shaw, No. 4, August 1998, p. 19

Village Voice, “Art Choices,” Kim Levin, August 11, 1998, p. 98

Village Voice, “Art Choices,” Kim Levin, July 7, 1998, p. 85

Time Out New York, “Art,” June 25 – July 2, 1998, p. 62

Art Monthly, “Host,” Neil Mulholland, June 1998

Time Out, “Cloth Bound”, Sarah Kent, May 20 – 27 1998

The List, “Host,” Neil Cooper, 16 – 30 April 1998

Glasgow Evening Times, “Glasgow Hangs Corrie’s Deirdre,” Vic Roderick, April 13, 1998

The Sydney Morning Herald, “Galleries,” Bruce James, March 18, 1998

Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now, Louisa Buck, 1997

Time Out, “Time In,” December 17 – 31, 1997, p.11

Blimey!  From Bohemia to Britpop:  The London Artworld from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst, Matthew Collings, 3rd ed., (Cambridge, England:  21 Publishing Ltd., 1997, p. 125 & 126 – 127

i-D, “Pop Art,” Susan Corrigan, August 1997, p. 102 & 103

D>Tour, “Star Crazy,” Dominic Dyson, May 1997, p. 36 – 37

The Face, “Art,” Murray Healy, March 1997, p. 97

i-D, “Exposure:  Fax of Life,” March 1997, p. 32

East London Advertiser, “What’s Cooking Down at The Big Breakfast?,” Nik O’Flynn, August 8, 1996

The Daily Mirror, “Bob Gets Trashed,” Matthew Wright, August 1996

Time Out, “Yer Self is Steam,” Tania Guha, July 1996

The Guardian, “The Great Art Hoax”, John O’Reilly, 1996

Art Monthly, “Conceptual Art”, Michael Archer, 1996

The Big Issue, “Is This Baby Art?” Sion Rogers, November 20 – 26, 1996

The Guardian, “A Delivery of Post Modernism:  Mail Art Today,” 1996

The Guardian, “A Shower of Stars,” John O’Reilly, November 21, 1995

The Big Issue, “Profile:  Jessica Voorsanger,” Simon Rogers, March 13 – 19, 1995

The Big Issue, “Pizza and a Shag Dating Agency,” Simon Rogers, February 13 – 15, 1995

i-D, “Jessica Voorsanger,” Kodwo Eshun, February 1995

Dazed and Confused, “Star Struck, Jessica Voorsanger,”January 1995, p. 102 – 103

Paletten, “Real Life in London,” David Lillington, April 1994

The Evening Standard, “Chic of It All,” Simon Grant, December 1994

Flash Art, “London Supastore Boutique,” November – December 1994

Art Monthly, “Supastore, Miniatures,” November – December 1994

The Modern Review, “Art For Bart’s Sake,” John O’Reilly, October – November 1994, p. 37

The Face, “Commercial Artists,” Tim Marsh, September 1994

Time Out, “Candyman II,” Tania Guha, June 29 – July 6, 1994, p. 50

Time Out, “The Curator’s Egg,” David Lillington, June 15 – 22, 1994

Everything London Arts Magazine, “Something’s Wrong at the Tannery,” Steve Rushton, June – July 1994

Time Out, “Something’s Wrong,” Adrian Searle, May 25 – June 1, 1994, p. 44

Time Out, “Pet Show,” David Lillington, December 8 – 15, 1993, p. 47

Time Out, “Post-Graduate Sculpture,” Emmanuel Cooper, September 1 – 8, 1993

 

(OTHER) INTERNET/WORLD WIDE WEB COVERAGE

ArtNet Magazine, “Artnet News:   Mod Cult Wall Paintings At the Gershwin Hotel,” June 6, 2000

ArtNet Magazine, “Artnet News:  Your Own Private Beatlemania”, September 10, 1999

ArtNet Magazine, “Artnet News:  Liverpool Biennial”, July 15, 1999

e-magazine, live online broadcast, April 28, 1998

 

TV/RADIO

Resonance FM, Make Your Own Damn Music, regular addition to the show w/”Celebrity Question”, 2006-9

Resonance FM, Make Your Own Damn Music, played my piece “Pop Star”, October 2005

Resonance FM, Make Your Own Damn Music, played my piece “Beatles Fans Screaming”, October 2005

Resonance FM, Interview with Andy James, May 2004

Resonance FM, “Lunch with David Cassidy” aired as part of the ‘Radio Radio’ exhibition, April 2004

Resonance FM, “Lunch with David Cassidy” aired as part of the ‘Radio Radio’ exhibition, April 2004

BBC Advent Calender, BBC3, short interview, aired December 2003

CBBC, SMart, children’s art making program interview & conception of art project, aired Nov 2001

South Bank Show, “Yoko Ono”, interview and performance, ITV, 1998

Fresh, Art Bands, ITV as part of The South Bank Show, May 1998

Death of a Curator, Program about the death of Joshua Compston, LWT, 1997

UK Living, “Living Magazine,” live television interview, May 1995

Opening Shot, “Joshua Compston:  The Hanging Picnic,” London Weekend Television, November 1995

The Big Breakfast, Channel 4 (England), live television interview, August 1996

The Late Show, “A Real Work of Art,” BBC2, October 1994

 

PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

2012 Adventure Comic Book, Vital Arts for permanent exhibition & publication at Barts Hospital, London

2010 Peckham Heroes, Peckham Space, installation, London

2009 Eastenders, Whitchapel Art Gallery, installation, London

2008 Mystery Train, ICA & Art on the Underground, publication and poster project, London

2006 Stage Struck, as part of Star Struck, New Art Gallery Walsall, installation, Walsall

2006 Hull Heroes, Hull Time Based Art, as part of the Illuminate Festival, poster campaign, Hull

2004 Hearing Voices Seeing Things, Serpentine Gallery, lead artist with Bob Smith, installation and exhibition, London

2004 Art Car Boot Fair, Truman Brewery, London (Specially commissioned Vauxhall Car)

1998 BBC2 Site specific commission as part of the programme ‘Date with an Artist’, Blackpool

1995 Economist Plaza, London, England, The Public Arts Development Trust, site-specific sculpture

1993 Economist Plaza, London, England, The Public Arts Development Trust, site-specific sculpture

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

The Arts Council, London, England

The Victoria & Albert Museum Library, London, England