Jeremy Hutchison


Jeremy Hutchison, fabrications, 2013-16






Jeremy Hutchison
(b. 1979, London) works with situational performance. Operating in sites of production and consumption, he collaborates with factory employees, migrant labourers, online workers and job-seekers to examine the structures that limit human existence. How are unequal human relations constructed by global capital? How do consumer products function as portraits of exploitative material structures? In the process of developing these works, each context becomes a stage; a metaphor for the production of reason. To some extent, his projects are rehearsals for an uncertain kind of freedom.
Having studied linguistics he received a distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art. He was recently a member of the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York.

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