Joschi Herczeg, Jonathan Brantschen & Joc Marchington’ conceptually-driven output covers a wide variety of forms including photography, sculpture, video and installation art and often involves the themes of reality, illusion, transformation and space.
The communication and relationship between the group shapes their work, it is typically through discussion and experimentation that work is made. The group’s approach to work is usually of a playful manner and unravels through a sequence of events; the finished piece is a subtle documentation of this process and performance.
This exhibition presents their latest explorations into memories and perceptions of reality.
JocJonJosch have exhibited in; The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2009, London (2009); Bafa Gallery, Geneva (2009); The Language of Humour, Bratislava (2008); The Rose Art Project - Village Underground, London (2009).
Commissions include; Imamed, Radiological Institute, Basel (2009); Swissôtel, Basel (2009).
Interviews include; BBC arts website; Jotta; the University of the Arts London newspaper; BBC 1’s The One Show; Creative Review’s Photography Annual (September 2009 issue).
Joschi Herczeg (b. 1975), Joc Marchington (b. 1976), Jonathan Brantschen (b. 1981).
Joschi studied Photography at FAMU, Prague and later at COFA, Sydney; Joc studied
Art History, before studying Graphic Design and later Moving Image at Chelsea College of Art & Design; Jonathan studied Strip Cartoon Illustration, before studying Fine Art at St. Martins and later Moving Image at Chelsea College of Art & Design.