Perce Jerrom was born in Bristol (UK), he currently lives and works in London. His practice draws from a variety of sources to discuss wider social and cultural issues, utilizing user-generated websites, films, music and TV. These are used to examine what it means to be male in the 21st century, technology’s effect on language and the rise of knowledge sharing. He assimilates elements from both high and popular culture, often referencing contexts and theories devised by various Art movements throughout history. Pieces are created digitally and physically in a similar fashion to the remix and editing customs found online, formed by a perpetual restructuring and manipulation of existing objects, imagery and information. Which, in itself unknowingly mimics the history of appropriation found in conceptual art. Recent exhibitions include: Carton – Magazine Launch, Drawing Room, London, 2019, ◊P | Waiting for the Final Collapse, Gossamer Fog, London, 2019, Polar Editions, Rinomina, ART-O-RAMA, Marseille, 2018, Duty Free, isthisit, Chelsea UAL, London, 2018, Business As Usual (SUBMIT YOUR INVOICE), Kreuzberg Pavillion, Berlin, 2017, Duo, exhibition with Josh Whitaker, CBS, Liverpool, 2016, Empathy Inc. Art Exchange Gallery, Colchester, 2016, Cradle 2 The Grave, Bikini Wax, Mexico, 2016.