Roxman Gatt (b. 1989, Malta) is a multimedia artist based in London. Choreographed performance, text, painting, video, sound, photography and sculpture all play a role in the artist’s engagement with questions concerning sexuality, identity and gender. Most recently Gatt has been working with themes of humanising and interacting with consumer objects: making the inanimate iconic and fetishized.
Recent Exhibitions include: Sugar Cum Pro “White and Viscous Gold”, out_sight, Seoul, KR, (2020), Touch Me, WWW, (2020), Behind the Times: A literary Arts Project, Solo Show, (2020), Strangers in a Strange Land, Muza, Malta, MT, (2020), The Real Thing, Fashion Space Gallery, London, UK, (2020), But Love left no Room for Hydration, UltraStudio, LA, (2019), 3hd: Fluid Wor(l)ds, Berlin, DE, (2019), 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), Kinemastik International Short Film Festival (Malta) and BornShorts film festival (Denmark). Gatt’s work has shown at ICA (UK), as part of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries, and in the Malta Pavilion, as part of the 57th Venice Biennale, Viva Arte Viva.
2020 – 2021
Camden Arts Centre, Peer Forum [London, UK]
2017 – 2018
Associate Artist at Open School East, [Margate, UK]
2013 – 2015
MA Visual Communication – Royal College of Art [London, UK]
2010 – 2013
BA (HONS) Graphic Design – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design [London, UK]