James Geurts' work examines how cultural and natural forces shape perception. He develops conceptual projects in direct response to sites, exploring the shifting relationship between deep time and constructed time, and questioning paradigms of measurement as coded systems. Exhibitions include: National Gallery of Victoria; White Cube, London; Gemak, The Hague, Netherlands; Centre for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel; Art Gallery of South Australia; Kuandu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei; La Chambre Blanche, Quebec; and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Recent permanent public art commissions include: ‘Fluid Geography’ Adelaide Festival Plaza, ‘Floodline’ Stanford Park Wetlands, ‘Salt Wedge’ Port Melbourne and Land artwork ‘Archaeology of Time’ supported by Creative Victoria. He has recently been awarded the Australia Council for the Arts ACME London Studio residency, April - September 2020, and is represented by GAGPROJECTS (Greenaway Art Gallery) Adelaide, Berlin and Contemporary Art Society, London.