Saturday, December 15, 2012

Escape Velocity at Mirus Gallery

Mirus Gallery is pleased to announce Escape Velocity, a group exhibition showcasing works by artists Tom Berenz, Steve Budington, John Deardourff, Joshua Dildine, Michael Dotson, Julian Duron, Matthias Düwel, Sarah Emerson, Clark Goolsby, Daniel Healey, Dean Monogenis, Kenji Nakayama & Dana Woulfe, Pepa Prieto, Allison Renshaw, James Roper, Jaime Treadwell and Bas Zoontjens.

Escape Velocity is part II of the Mirus Gallery launch, which opened with Crucible, a group exhibition highlighting the artwork that inspired Paul Hemming to open Mirus Gallery. In Escape Velocity viewers will be welcomed to a second group show that foreshadows the future of the gallery’s programming.

The opening reception for Escape Velocity will be held on December 15, 2012 from 6pm – 10pm. The exhibition will be on view through January 26, 2013.

The term escape velocity is used in physics to describe the speed that is needed to “break free” from the earth’s gravitational pull. This concept is a metaphor for Mirus Gallery’s second show, which will be featuring a group of emerging and mid-career artists whose work marks the vision of how the gallery plans to move forward and break ground with its progressive programming.

Mirus Gallery
540 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94105

Monday, December 3, 2012

VESSEL: New screen print + film project

Vessel (Blue skull)

Hand pulled 4 colour screen print on 300gsm Canaletto archival paper
60cm x 42.5cm
Signed and numbered -  Limited edition of 30

£60 (excl. p&p)


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To help fund my new film project as part of Mononym films I am releasing this limited edition screen print.

All proceeds from the print and other items available from Mononym's online shop (see below)
will go towards funding the short film Vessel

For more details go to:

All items purchased also include a free film and soundtrack download on completion, a personal thank you note and your name on the contributors page. 


 Film Synopsis
Vessel explores how a reclusive author's final book, and her subsequent disappearance,
continues to have repercussions on the residents of her local town more than 30 years on.

More details about the film, plus Page 1 of the script, can be found here:

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Vessel postcards

Set of 4 postcards: 2 x Blue skull, 2 x White skull
14.8cm x 10.5cm
Signed and numbered - Limited edition of 450 each (225 sets available)

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 Martha Klein's Inkblot

In the scenes set in Martha's study there will be a framed ultramarine blue inkblot hung on the wall.

One of the 30 images below has been chosen as the one to be featured in those scenes.
A print reproduction will be used on set, but you can own the original piece by purchasing it below.

Which one will it be? Choose the right one and not only will yours be the one featured in the finished film but you will also win a Vessel script signed by the cast and crew. Choose wisely! 
Page 1 of the script, featuring Martha's study, can be found here:

  Martha Klein's Inkblot (No.1-30)

acrylic ink on 200gsm Fine Grain Heavyweight paper
59.4cm x 42 cm
Signed and numbered - Limited edition of 30

£20 (excl. p&p)



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Vessel Bundle

1 x Screen print - 1 x Inkblot - 2 x Postcards
 Maximum of 30 sets available

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Monday, October 8, 2012

'EVEN FLOW' at Circuit 12 Contemporary, Dallas

Renowned contemporary artists Patrick Martinez, Aaron De La Cruz and James Roper will exhibit original pieces at Circuit 12 Contemporary gallery from October 13th through November 12th 2012. Titled Even Flow, the show will consist of three to six pieces from each artist, including paintings, sculpture, neon and site specific installation amongst other media.
“The show’s title speaks on the honesty of touch or style of artists participating in the exhibition. It’s sort of like speaking to a friend you’ve known for years, you can speak honestly to them, there is no filter, and everything that comes from your mouth flows like water. That’s what the title is about,” says artist Patrick Martinez, “The art just streams from us. All of the artists in the show speak honestly to the viewer, visually.” 

Even Flow will depict artists’ unique expression and approach to contemporary visual art. Martinez’s work consists of lush and colorful paintings as well as distinct neon and sculptural works, De La Cruz illustrates an amalgamation of art and design, and Roper’s mixed media pieces are filled with vivid colors, movements and inspiration he derives from his surroundings. This is the first time all three artists will be exhibiting together.

Opening: Saturday, October 13th, 6pm - 10pm

October 13th - November 12th, 2012

Circuit 12 Contemporary

1130 Dragon St. Suite 150
Dallas Texas 75207

For more information, contact Dustin or Gina Orlando at or 214-760-1212

Friday, August 31, 2012

Linkin Park & Known Gallery present LP50

"The tour started in Bristow, Virginia on August 11, 2012 and besides the music Linkin Park and Known Gallery have something special at each and every venue. LP50. 50 screen print posters at 50 venues by 50 different artists from around the world.

At each stop, you’ll find a limited-edition tour screen print poster designed just for your city. Every show will feature a different screen print poster by a different artist.  All in limited quantities, none will be reproduced after this run.

The first set of screen print posters are designed by: Stash, Anthony Lister, Estevan Oriol, Push, Todd Bratrud, George Thompson, Joshua Petker. Manny Sayes, ETNIK, Randy Ortiz, James Roper, Jamie Oliver, Sever, Axis, Augustine Kofie, Greg Craola Sinkins, Jeff McMillan, Dabs Myla and KMNDZ with 30 more artists to come."

Monday, July 16, 2012

Number 28

Hand pulled screen print, 50cm x 70cm, available now. Signed and numbered, limited edition of 15.

Gicleé print version available on demand on Décor Smooth art–210gsm paper.

Monday, May 7, 2012

'Surface Pattern' at Circuit 12 Contemporary, Dallas

SURFACE PATTERN, a group show featuring works by Dean Monogenis, Pepa Prieto, Misato Suzuki, Thomas Spoerndle, Morgan Blair, Lucas Martell, John Guthrie, James Roper, Jessy Nite, Eddie Villanueva, Books Bischof, and Maxomatic.

Within this survey of abstraction, each artist examines the rich complexity of form, color, and line; defining and reinventing the surface of each composition.

Departing from representational accuracy, pre-existing forms are exaggerated or simplified; challenging the audiences perception, transforming visual language, and posing meaningful contradictions. From fluid and organic to geometric and methodical, each surface is carefully structured to reflect an array of visual stimulus. Some works are playful and inviting, others meditative or incongruous; yet all fixating and enticing the viewers neurological attraction.

The goal of each pattern is to exist without reference from the visual world. The goal of each surface is to amplify or displace each pattern, transforming otherwise disparate images into carefully constructed visual stimuli.  Methodical, meditative, intuitive, visceral, and calculated. As Arshile Gorky so eloquently put it, “ ..Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an explosion into unknown areas.”

Opening: May 12th, 6pm - 10pm

May 12th - June 16th 2012 at:

Circuit 12 Contemporary

1130 Dragon St. Suite 150
Dallas Texas 75207

Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11AM - 6PM. Private viewings gladly upon request.

For more information, contact Dustin or Gina Orlando at or 214-760-1212

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Production Design assistants needed

As part of a new short film project we are looking for a number of creative individuals to collaborate with during pre-production.

Jobs will include:

•  Costume design and making of costumes, plus sourcing of appropriate clothing
•  Set decoration and sourcing materials, furniture, props etc.
•  Prop making
•  Storyboard art

The short will be filmed by professional film makers on a cinema quality digital camera and will garner worldwide
exposure both through film festivals and online.

To give you a better idea of the films aesthetic here are the basic elements we will need to produce:

•  A Shaman / Witch doctor style costume
•  Villager outfits, East European / Central Asian in style
•  A Mongolian Yurt (nomadic home) style interior
•  Tribal art and decoration

There is a mix of both modern day and traditional tribal elements, there is no specific time or place to the setting.

We would also like someone to work with the director to produce storyboards.

We want creative people from any field, be it fashion, fine art or film, whether you are looking to gain experience
in film production, would like to add to your portfolio or cv, or just want to see your work up on the big screen.
We are based in the Northwest of England (Manchester) but are open to collaborating with people further afield if necessary.

If you are interested please send up to 5 images of your work (no larger than 5MB in total) to:

Or alternatively send us a link to your website, blog, Flickr page etc. 
Our previous short 'Outside', which you can watch here:, was made on a budget of £2,500 funded by Vision+Media. It was short-listed in the Top 20 Experimental category of the Vimeo awards 2010. 

Friday, October 21, 2011

Precursor: The Creativity Watchlist

Work featured in Precursor: The Creativity Watchlist.

"The creative visions of design’s forerunners currently play with colors and patterns as well as with elements of realism, surrealism, op art, and tribal art. Precursor presents this strikingly interdisciplinary work that exists beyond the latest trends and retro looks and whose only obligation is to innovate.

This book is a trailblazing collection of recent work by a new breed of young designers from around the world complemented by insightful texts. Although stylistically diverse, the examples documented in Precursor are all created with a distinctly multidisciplinary approach that is enriching and expanding established categories of design."

Monday, October 10, 2011

'Let's make a sandwich' print

'Let's make a sandwich'

Signed and numbered Giclée print on 260gsm archival paper. Limited edition of 20.

Available here:

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

I Want My Music Video Art Show

'I Want My Music Video Art Show'

Curated by music video director Chris Marrs Piliero and artist Dave MacDowell


October 7th - 20th at:

Meltdown Gallery

7522 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles
CA 90046

(Click here to view map)

Opening: October 7th, 8pm - Midnight

Monday, August 22, 2011

Rapture series prints

Four pieces from the Rapture series are now available as prints exclusively from inPRNT:

These are gallery-quality giclée prints on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks.

Limited edition of 100. Each print is 18 x 12 inches (1 inch border). $30 each.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Suggestivism catalogue

The companion catalogue for the 'Suggestivism' group show at Grand Central Art Center is now available, featuring images from the show and artist interviews.

Monday, April 4, 2011

'All and Nothing' (solo show) at Joshua Liner Gallery, New York

Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition with UK based artist James Roper. This will be Roper's first solo exhibition with Joshua Liner Gallery as well as Roper's solo debut in New York. 'All and Nothing' (Gallery II) will consist of new acrylic on canvas paintings and several new works on paper. Among the acrylic on canvas paintings is Roper's newest series of works entitled 'Exvoluta'. The "characters" depicted in this series embody diety-like forms influenced by the imagery of Hindu gods, Christian saints, and comic-book Superheroes, all rendered in glorious material excess beyond the reach of the natural. The opening reception will also be on Thursday, April 14th from 6 - 9pm.

Please contact the gallery for additional information.

Joshua Liner Gallery

548 W 28th St. 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10001

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Suggestivism at Grand Central Art Center


A group exhibition curated by Nathan Spoor
February 5 – April 17th @ The Grand Central Art Center at Cal State Fullerton

Cal State University’s cutting-edge museum arm, Grand Central Art Center, and Nathan Spoor have teamed up to present ‘Suggestivism’ – a comprehensive survey that explores and documents a select section of modern contemporary artists which make up the vibrant core of creativity existing in the current art world.

Conceptually speaking, the term “suggestivism” refers to the ability of an individual to pursue their purpose with an amplified understanding and sensitivity. The artists involved represent precisely this – a wave of purpose, working within the more fluid aspects of narrative or figurative arenas. Through the mere power of suggestion, the magic is transferred from one to another, engaging the world at large from the most vivid and evocative of visual realms.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a grand print / book piece that includes the artwork in the exhibition, as well as a fascinating time capsule of studio shots and compelling interviews conducted by Spoor with each artist during the three-year curating period (2008 – 2011)

Opening Reception: Sat, Feb. 5th 7-10PM

Grand Central Art Center
125 N. Broadway in Santa Ana / 714.567.7233

Monday, November 8, 2010

MTV + 55dsl Ident and T-shirt

"MTV Networks International (MTVNI) and leading streetwear label 55DSL announced today the launch of their first-ever creative collaboration, set to culminate in five brand new MTV on-air idents and six bespoke t-shirt designs.

Due to launch across MTV’s international network of 63 channels from 8 November 2010, the idents constitute the third phase of MTV’s POP x 1000% international refresh, first rolled-out in July 2009, and progress from expressing human emotions to exploring the senses – touch, sight, hearing, smell, taste – with the added twist of 55DSL’s intriguing 5.5th sense, the less-explored human sense of intuition, featured on the sixth t-shirt.

In identifying the cream of design talent from across the world, MTV and 55DSL have engaged the talents of international artists Alex Trochut (touch), Ilovedust (sight), James Roper (hearing), Tei (smell), Yué Wu (taste), and Zeloot (intuition), to each create a t-shirt design inspired by one of the human senses. Each of the t-shirts features a unique graphic and has been created using an innovative method chosen by its designer to represent the sense in their own individual, tongue-in-cheek way.

Taking the creative process one step further, each artist was paired with a motion design studio – selected from some of the world’s most innovative and cutting edge studios – including Universal Everything, Physalia and Digital District, to turn the original artworks into five unique 30-second short films, each informed by one of the senses. The result is a truly international collection, reflecting the commitment of both MTV and 55DSL to innovation, creation and imagination across all media platforms."

The 55DSL x MTV 5.5 Senses collection will be available from 55DSL stores and selected retailers worldwide from mid December.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

SugiPOP! at Portsmouth Museum of Art

The Portsmouth Museum of Art and LeBasse Projects present:

‘SugiPOP!: The Influence of Anime and Manga on Contemporary Art’

October 13th 2010 – January 16th 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 14th 2010

SugiPOP!: The Influence of Anime and Manga on Contemporary Art’ opens on October 13th at the Portsmouth Museum of Art, Portsmouth, NH, USA. The show is a collaborative effort, co-curated by Beau Basse of LeBasse Projects in Los Angeles and Katherine Doyle of the Portsmouth Museum of Art. It features the work of approximately 30 artists tracing the originations of manga, the rise of Japanese Contemporary Art and into how the art forms have influenced artists around the world.

Sugi, the Japanese word for ‘too much,’ represents the extreme characteristics of Japanese manga and anime, which have merged with the American phenomenon of Pop, to become SugiPOP - a blend of Japanese and American contemporary art shaped and defined by over-the-top pop.

The exhibition features an international roster of artists including Japanese masters Hokusai and Kuniyoshi in a display of original Edo period woodblock prints. The exhibit also features Japanese Contemporary artists Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Yoshitaka Amano, Mr., Ai Yamaguchi, Junko Mizuno and Hisashi Tenmyouya. International artists contributing to the exhibit include KAWS, Gary Baseman, Simone Legno, Natalia Fabia, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Yumiko Kayukawa, Seonna Hong, Hush, Morgan Slade, Edwin Ushiro, Luke Chueh, Andrew Hem, Mike Shinoda, SharkToof, Yoskay Yamamoto and more. Finally the exhibition includes original cels from some of the most significant anime films ever made, including Cowboy Bebop and Princess Mononoke.

The Portsmouth Museum of Art is located at One Harbour Place in downtown Portsmouth. Admission is free. Hours of operation for the Portsmouth Museum of Art are Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00-5:00, Fridays until 8:00; it is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Guided group tours are available by appointment by contacting the museum at 603-436-0332 or by email at

Monday, September 27, 2010

SUPERUNKNOWN at Edel Assanti

Curated by Andy Wicks & David Northedge

David Small, Ed Payne, Gordon Cheung, Graham McNamara, James Roper, Matthew Atkinson, Michael Ashcroft, Rob Sherwood, Rosalie Wiesner, Sayshun Jay.

Private View
Wednesday 6th October 7 - 9pm

Exhibition Dates
Thursday 7th October - Saturday 13th November

Gallery Hours
Wednesday - Saturday 12pm - 6pm or by appointment

Address - Edel Assanti, 276 Vauxhall Bridge Road, Victoria, London, SW1V 1BB

Edel Assanti is proud to present Superunknown, an exhibition curated by Andy Wicks and David Northedge.

Literature and Hollywood have long been creating dark and empty visions of near future societies in decline. In the present day, materials addressing this subject matter have once again found their way onto reading lists and cinema screens, forming a focal point for contemporary popular culture.

Projections of our universal future are often delivered in cautionary tones and serve as warning of how to avoid the total decimation of society. Notional futures of grim decaying interiors and bleak grey landscapes populated by savage inhabitants are the cultural benchmark for a morbid moribund world limping towards apocalypse.

Superunknown is a group show of twelve artists who produce work that addresses a future full of dreams, illusions and fantasies, celebrating the neglected virtues of the glossy, lurid and bizarre. The combined works on show articulate a hallucinatory collective vision of a future in which illicit vices serve as the connective tissues for a population wheeling recklessly onwards with a stoic apathy toward redemption and self-preservation.

This group show is formed predominately of painters whose work share a common aesthetic of semi abstraction and contemporary landscape. The exhibition also features photography, video, sculpture and installation based works.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

‎'Outside' shortlisted for the Vimeo awards

'Outside' has been shortlisted in the Top 20 Experimental category of the Vimeo awards 2010.

"After reviewing over 6500 submissions from thousands of artists and filmmakers across 80 countries, we have selected the top 20 from each category that the Vimeo Awards judges are now reviewing.

The Top 5 Finalists for each category will be announced September 21st and winners will be honored at the Vimeo Awards Show on October 9th."

Sunday, September 5, 2010

CHAOSMOS II at View Two Gallery

CHAOSMOS II Contemporary Art Exhibition Programme

Chaosmos is an arts initiative that aims to research and develop the production of an array of mixed media artwork, animations, video and live art. It is curated by Chris Boyd, the Lead Artist, and platforms a collection of international and renowned art in a unique exhibition that investigates turbulent visual planes within the conceptual framework of Chaosmos (a Joycean coinage).

The exhibition attempts to map meta-physical states, track intermittent interference whilst revealing a preoccupation with the creative process, pictorial puzzles and the integration of traditional artist techniques with current post production methods.

Curator: Chris Boyd (Lead Artist)

Artists: Chris Boyd; Megan Chapman; Gordon Cheung; Peter Eramian; C. James Fagan; Steven Heaton; Maggie Lambert; Lady Lillith Leveigh; Zan Lyons; Ashleigh Nankivell; David Ogle; Jonas Pihl; James Roper; Masahiro Tomioka; Jane Ward; Boris Zakic and others.

Writers: Peter Eramian; Penny Goring; Kenji Siratori; Sam Skinner; Suzie Saw and others.

Chaosmos 2010 (Independents Liverpool Biennial 2010):

View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK.


Gallery open times: Thursday – Friday 12.00 pm – 4.00 pm, Saturday 12.00 pm – 5.00 pm.

Viewing can be arranged by appointment for Sunday – Wednesday by contacting the Curator.

Exhibition: Tuesday 07 September 2010 – Saturday 02 October 2010

Private View:

Tuesday 07 September 2010, 6.00 pm - 9.00 pm.

VJ Performances / Screenings: (TBC)

Thursday 09 September 2010, 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm.

Thursday 16 September 2010, 7.30 pm - 10.30 pm.

Friday 17 September 2010, 7.30 pm - 10.30 pm.

Artist Talks (in association with Culture Pool):

Saturday 18 September 2010, 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm.


Chris Boyd (Curator / Lead Artist)


Mobile: +44(0)77 919 52 113





Wednesday, August 11, 2010

'Outside' available to watch online

In 2008 I co-wrote a short film with Thomas Wightman and Rob Bailey which went on to receive funding from Northwest Vision and Media's Virgin Shorts 2008 competition. 'Outside' was shot over four consecutive days in locations around the North of England on a budget of £2,500. The short was directed by Wightman with production design by myself and Bailey.

'Outside' explores ideas about how advancement in technology has effected the way we communicate and how as a result it may impact our environment. It is now available to watch online:

Summer Group Exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery

Summer Group Exhibition

August to 2nd September, 2010

Private view: Saturday 14th August, 6-9pm

Joshua Liner Gallery
548 W. 28th Street
3rd Floor
New York NY 10001

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

'Outside' screening at MIS in São Paulo

'Outside' will be showing as part of the NOVA art event in São Paulo, Brazil at MIS on Saturday July 31st at 18.30

MIS Museu da Imagem e do Som
Avenida Europa, 158, Jardim Europa
01449-000 São Paulo, SP Brasil.
+55 11 2117 4777

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Friday, May 21, 2010

Saturday, May 15, 2010

'Paroxysm' (solo show) at ®artspace Barcelona

Paroxysm (solo show): 18.05.2010 - 17.06.2010

®artspace Barcelona
Carrer Girona 61 Local 02,
Eixample. 08009 Barcelona. Spain.
+34 934 673 598

"By constructing abstract bodies formed from multiple elements these works mimic the complex bodily structures found within nature. Biological machines such as the human body process and retain energy and any processes placed under restraint will result in an intensification of it's eventual release. The work attempts to portray this intermediate state as control gives way to chaotic abandon and a transition occurs from one state to the next. Roper is heavily influenced by the excessive and sensuously rich imagery of Baroque art and it's depiction of the unfettering of religious restraint. Instead of the gentle ushering of the spirit towards the heavens his paintings spit, ejaculate, regurgitate and projectile vomit the spirit out, rejecting it's bodily form in a fit of maniacal hysterics, a nonsensical reflexive outburst like the spasmodic speaking in tongues of those 'slain in the spirit'."

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Fovea centralis

Searching for images across the Internet is an integral part of my work. As a result I have seen thousands upon thousands of images. I will be using my new blog 'Fovea centralis' to share with you the library of images I have collected over the years.

Friday, April 23, 2010

New Hypermass prints

'Inhibitor' and 'Standpoint Conversion' are now available as prints at:

Gallery-quality giclée prints on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Limited edition of 100.

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Standpoint Conversion

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


In February 2009 'Outside' was shot, a short film I had co-written and worked on the production design for, and after a long period of post-production is now complete. The short will recieve it's first screening at Cannes Film Festival 2010. I will update soon about further screenings and website launch.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Caged Bird Sings

Caged Bird Sings (group show): 15th - 20th April

Crypt Gallery
Saint Pancras Church
Euston Road

Bare/not Projects present Caged Bird Sings, an exhibition in the atmospheric Crypt Gallery in St Pancras.

We have fifteen artists participating: James Roper, Klarita Pandolfi, Dorothy Yoon, Jo Young, Paul Dawes, Daisy McMullan, Luigi Menichelli, Taciana Coimbra, Antonio Pagani, Tom Lovelace, Reme Campos, Brixton Punk (Andrew Graves Johnston), Stella O and Kika Nicolela

Our opening night is on 15th April, there will be free drinks and a DJ in the Crypt.

For more info visit:

Saturday, March 6, 2010

'Mirabilia' at ®artspace Milano

Mirabilia (group show): 11th March - 11th April 2010

®artspace Milano

Via Tortona 17-19. 20144
Milano, Italy
+ 39 02 894 230 87

"To celebrate its second anniversary, ROJO®artspace Milano presents a group exhibition emblematically titled "Mirabilia". It brings togheter over 50 artists for a transversal overview of international contemporary creativity through painting, graphics, illustration, photography, sculpture, video, installation and visual poetry."