Sarah Rose & Jemma Egan
Artists’ Talk

Artists’ Talk 13th April
6 – 8pm
Free Admission

Join us on Thursday 13th April to hear our current Micro Residents Jemma Egan & Sarah Rose discuss their work.

Jemma Egan’s work looks at the ‘everyday’ stuff of life with a high level of detail, investigating things that she believes are representative of the moment in which we live right now. She is drawn to objects that seem to sit somewhere between real and fake, things that seem over-styled or unnecessary, or outlandish in a really banal or unspectacular way.

Sarah Rose‘s practice considers processes of observation that function to witness or evidence an event. Contesting the document as a stable form, she focuses on the extra-informational qualities: corrupted translations, cumulative error, abstractions, and transformations produced within situated environments.


Jemma Egan is an artist based in London. She graduated from Fine Art at Liverpool school of Art and Design in 2005 and from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Sculpture in London in 2015.

Recent exhibitions include: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, The Bluecoat, Liverpool and ICA, London, 2016; It means more to me than most people, ZC invites, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2016; Is it Heavy or Is it Light?, Assembly Point, London, 2016; It was a dark and stormy night…, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester and Two Queens, Leicester, 2015.

Jemma was selected for Film Open at Spike Island, Bristol and toured to Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, S1 Artspace, Sheffield, Tramway, Glasgow and ICA, London 2015

Artist’s Website


Sarah Rose in an artist based in Glasgow. She graduated from Fine Art and Writing Studies at the University of Auckland in 2010 and with a Master of Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art in 2012.

Recent exhibitions include: L*, Darling Foundry, Montreal, 2016, What We Heard, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, 2016, The Printer’s Devil, Intermedia Gallery, Centre For Contemporary Art, Glasgow, 2015, Accompaniment, Elizabeth Foundation Project Space, New York, 2015, That’s Genetics, 16 Nicholson St, Glasgow, 2015, The things we talked about, ST Paul St Gallery, Auckland, 2015, Boom in boom in, butter, Market Gallery, Glasgow 2014. She is part of an ongoing collaborative project lightreading and she co-hosts the project tenletters, in Glasgow.

Artist’s Website

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