Jordan Derrien was born in Caen, France in 1994. He now lives and works in London, UK and Caen, France.
Jordan Derrien studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, École Supérieure d’Arts & Médias in Caen/Cherbourg and ECAL in Lausanne.
Derrien’s work has been presented in numerous solo/duo exhibitions, including: BONJOUR (stockings, shoes, hairpins) with Antoine Duchenet, ArtLacuna, London (2021); BONJOUR (the situation is not new) with Antoine Duchenet, Atelier W, Pantin (2021); The kids were doing a dance called the Mashed Potatoes, Window135, London (2019); SPACE FOR SPARKLING WATER, Swimming Pool, Sofia (2018)
His work has also been shown in group exhibitions, including: ASSEMBLE, V.O Curations, London (2022); Hetton Lawn, Haus Wien, Vienna (2021); Du haut d’un arbre au milieu de la tempête, Artothèque / Espaces d’art contemporain, Caen (2019); CBARET’ What Not/Speak Easy, LAXART, Los Angeles (2019); MN_03*Speculative Wasteland at Media Naranja, Marseille (2018); Novembre à Vitry, Galerie Municipale Jean-Collet, Vitry (2018)
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Jordan Derrien is a London based artist. Exploring surfaces such as doors, windows and mirrors, Derrien’s practice examines the notion of the liminal, transitional and the reflective within a space. Often concealed, the forms that the artist uses investigate the link between interior and interiority, similar and identical, the public and the private, within the realms of architecture, psychology, and literature.