Jamie Kane (b.1989) describes his practice as functioning like a landfill site, where layers of material history sit together simultaneously, decompose at varying rates, and create slippages across time. He has presented work in exhibitions, film festivals, radio programs and live events as well as producing texts. In 2022 he produced a permanent public sculpture for Ijsselland Zuikenhuis, Rotterdam. Other Selected presentations include Gastatelier LeoXIII, Tilburg, The Center for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, The European Media Arts Festival, Oberhausen and Market Gallery, Glasgow. In 2019 he received the Leverhulme Trust Study Abroad Studentship allowing him to complete his masters degree at The Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam.