Roxman Gatt 

The multidisciplinary artist’s work encompasses, text, painting, 3D, video, sound, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. Roxman’s research explores sexuality, identity, gender and consumption. Most recently the artist has been working
with themes of humanising and interacting with consumer objects. Making the inanimate iconic and fetishised. Mundane aesthetics and the internet become both a tool and a trigger to produce work.

Roxman Gatt (b. 1989, Mosta, Malta), lives and works in London. Recent Exhibitions include: Absinthe §3, Spit and Sawdust, London, UK, (2019), Suspended Power, Arcade East, London, UK, (2019), Up is a Relative Concept, Fold, London, UK, (2019), 4U, Haus N, Athens, GR, (2019), Perfiction, Harlesden Highstreet, London, UK, (2018) Drawings, 650mAh, Brighton, UK, (2018), Visions, Programme 3 | Bedwyr Williams, Nunnery Gallery, London, UK, (2018), Here and Now, Valletta Contemporary, Valletta, MT (2018), An Incomplete
inventory in 19 Chapters, Malta Pavillion, Venice Biennale, Venice, IT (2017), The Sacred 419, The Square Gallery, London, UK, (2016), Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London and Bluecoat Liverpool (2016). Roxman was awarded the Chris Garnham Prize
(2015) as well as the Magnum Showcase Online Photography Award (2013)