James Ferris (b. 1980, based in Japan) gained his BA in Philosophy and Fine Art from Reading University (2003), and an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, London (2009). Recent solo and group exhibitions include 5050 Limoncello, London (2012) dienstgebaeude, Zurich (2012); ‘My Brother is a Hairy Man’, George Polke, London (2011); ‘Young British Art’, Limoncello, London (2011); and ‘Let’s Be Civil’, And/Or, London (2011). In 2014 James was artist in Residence at USF, Bergen, Norway and exhibited in ‘I am a Painting’, Kumu, Tallin, Estonia. This year he has been awarded the prestigious Derek Hill Foundation Scholarship at the British School of Rome.
James has designed 282 Ways of Making a Salad for CommonRoom.
You can find more examples of James’ work at http://jamesferris.hotglue.me/
282 Ways of Making a Salad
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