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Jeremy Eaton

Jeremy Eaton

Touching, C.Y.
During his residency at PICA, Jeremy will utilise the studio to create sculptural work, interventions and an expansive document that coalesces research based on the outer northern suburbs of his youth and recent inner city developments. Through site related and materially driven work, he will be considering the design and environmental details that range across both parts of the city.
The residency will allow Jeremy to continue a sculptural investigation into the languages and attitudes that become manifest in objects and spaces. In particular he is drawn to the altruistic and political history of the city and the way quotidian actions and constructions reflect on that history in the present.