Jeremy Drummond is a Canadian artist currently living in Richmond, Virginia. He received a BFA from the University of Western Ontario and a MFA in Art Media Studies from Syracuse University. Drummond is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Richmond.
Select festival exhibitions include the Images Festival of Independent Film, Video and New Media (Toronto), LA Freewaves (Los Angeles), Transmediale.03 (Berlin), WRO Media Art Biennial (Wroclaw), the New York Underground Film Festival, and the International Biennial of Video and New Media (Santiago). Gallery exhibitions include Cambridge Galleries (Cambridge, ON), Skol Centre Des Artes Actuels (Montreal, QC), McMaster Museum of Fine Arts (Hamilton, ON), Museum of Fine Arts at Florida State University (Tallahassee), The Front (New Orleans), Maryland Art Place (Baltimore), Fleisher/Ollman Gallery (Philadelphia), 1708 Gallery (Richmond), N.O. Gallery (Milan), and Galleria Huuto Uudenmaankatu (Helsinki). His project entitled 65-Point Plan for Sustainable Living was featured in Prefix Photo (Toronto) and Cabinet: A Quarterly of Art and Culture (Brooklyn).
Drummond’s multiples are distributed through Art Metropole (Toronto), Printed Matter Inc. (New York), and the New Museum of American Art (New York). His videotapes are distributed internationally through the Netherlands Media Art Institute (Amsterdam), Videographe (Montreal), and Vtape (Toronto).