Thursday 18 January 2024
5.30 - 6pm
303 Projects - Encounters, Stand E16

Anderson presents both old and new works, including a performance ‘Crazy Coco’, exploring internalised racism as a direct product of a racial classification system and the effects it has had on both her physical and mental health.  

A double consciousness… Jade and Coco 

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JMCAnderson is an Artist, Community Curator and Facilitator underpinned by her socially engaged practice. Her work is an exploration of identity, place and belonging usually contextualised by co-creating with communities, to raise awareness, educate and encourage conversations. Anderson uses text, audio, paint and performance within her work to investigate narratives and stories from the past, present and future. She is influenced by theories on semiotics and visual tautologies, where language is used both visually and linguistically within her work. She is interested in collective thinking, the communication of language and it’s meaning-making process. 


JMCAnderson (b.1994) lives in Norfolk. She received her Degree in Fine Art in 2016 and Masters in Curation in 2017 from Norwich University of the Arts. She has been an Associate Curator for ‘We: You, Me’ exhibition (2017) and Programme Assistant (2019-2020) at Firstsite, Creative Associate for ‘Every Step Is A Different Height’ directed by Artists Lone Twin (2021 – 2022), Exhibition Curator for town-wide climate exhibition ‘Manifesto’ with Collusion (2022), a Visiting Lecturer at Norwich University of the Arts and more. She has facilitated an array of activities with co-creation at the forefront winning a Special Recognition Award from the Norfolk Arts Awards (2022) and commissioned works such as ‘I Am…’ as part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival (2021), ‘In transit, our memory fragments’ at Chelsea Space, London (2022) and ‘Culture Connects’ at PRIMEYARC, Great Yarmouth (2022).