Jeremy Hutchison (b. 1979) lives and works in London. He was trained in linguistics and wrote advertising for Coca-Cola before receiving a distinction from the Slade. Working across installation, video and sculpture, he designs situations that turn everyday life into manifestations of the absurd.
In a recent work he emailed factories all over the world, asking that one of their workers produce an incorrect version of the product they make every day. This installation was awarded the Barto dos Santos Award, and he was subsequently named by The Independent as one of the most interesting artists to graduate last year. Subsequent exhibitions include Saatchi New Sensations (2011), V&A Museum (2011), Zabludowicz Collection (2012), Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden (2012) and a commission for London's SouthBank Centre (2011). At present, Jeremy is working on a solo show that will launch at Paradise Row in London later this year.