Liam Jolly
Redruth, Cornwall

Liam Jolly is a multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Redruth, Cornwall. He is interested in when something is considered to be an artwork and when it is not, where the audience experience of it starts and ends, and how by blurring these boundaries can affect meaning. His works in paint, film, sound, performance and public intervention attempt to balance in this space where one thing, becomes another.

He is the founder of Auction House, an exhibition space, studio provider and rehearsal space in his home town of Redruth. He is also drummer for ‘sad pop’ band Disco Rococo and alt rock duo, Wolf Note.

Recent exhibitions, awards and residencies include Synethesia Project 2020, Amen Brother, Exeter Phoenix Artists Moving Image Commission 2018; Structures, Newlyn Art Gallery; between us, Back Lane West, Redruth 2017; The Cornwall Workshop led by Christina Mackie, 2017. He has a BA in Fine Art from University of Hertfordshire and an MA in Fine Art from University College Falmouth

Holly Willats wrote about Liam Jolly in an Essay titledEveryday Encounters

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