Jocelyn McGregor

Jocelyn McGregor


Jocelyn McGregor is a sculptor and multi-media artist based in the North West of England.

Jocelyn McGregor is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work aims to blur the boundaries between real and imagined worlds, natural and manufactured environments. She creates ‘super’-natural hybridized bodies and spaces that encourage us to reconsider human hierarchy within the natural world and adopt a more holistic view of it if we are to move forward. Jocelyn graduated with a BFA in Fine Art from the Ruskin School of Fine Art (2010) and an MFA in Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art (2017). Awards include the Henry Moore Foundation Grant 2023, Sculpture in the City: Aldgate Square Commission 2022-23 (City of London & Lacuna Projects), the British Council SWAP UK/Ukraine Residency 2019-20 and Bloomberg New Contemporaries in 2018 (touring South London Gallery & Liverpool Biennale). Recent exhibitions include ‘Vale’ (solo), Forth Gallery, Nottingham, UK; ‘Mantle’ (solo), Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK (2022).

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