d is for dodo, Jordan Baseman
Jordan Baseman is a visual artist and filmmaker. He received a BFA from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and an MA from Goldsmith's College, University of London.
He has recently presented solo exhibitions at Matt’s Gallery, London; Modern Art Oxford, Oxford; Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead; Monash University, Melbourne; Wellcome Collection, London; and Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.
His films have featured in many international exhibitions and film festivals including: 53rd Venice Biennale, Edinburgh International Documentary Film Festival, Tatton Park Biennial and Gstaad Film Festival.
He has a long history of creating projects in collaboration with various public institutions, including residencies and commissions for: Papworth Hospital (Heart and Lung Transplant Unit), Cambridge; Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland; The Serpentine Gallery, London; National Sculpture Factory, Ireland; British School at Rome, Italy; University of Tasmania, Australia; Tokyo Wonder Site, Japan; and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London.
In 2012 he won Best Experimental Film, Independent Filmmakers Showcase, Hollywood, in 2011, he won Best Short Film, Lone Star International Film festival, Dallas and in 2010 he won Best International Short Film at Melbourne Underground Film Festival and Best Film in the Dangerous Experiments category at Los Angeles Animation Festival.
Green Lady, 2011
The Last Walk, 2010
Blue Movie, 2009
Perfume Disco Coma, 2008
The Bridge, 2008
Nature's Great Experiment, 2007