Hello. I am John Rogers, a Reykjavík-based artist, writer, and music person.
I make interactive & situational art, using online, social and collaborative methods. Works include:
You can find me/talk to me on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook and lots of other places.
A selection of my main artworks is here.
#Selfie Preservation (2013)
An online exhibition of adapted selfies, curated by John Rogers, launched in the week that OED named "selfie" their word of the year. View it here.
Monoprint portraits, given to the subject, with the resulting photographs posted on social media / exhibited in place of the print.
wow hi (2013)
An online installation inviting the participant to answer a questionnaire.
100 Things (2012)
An online blog-form installation based on objects, autobiography and memory.
Who I Think I Am (2007)
A contribution to an bookwork edition by This Is a Magazine.
An interactive exhibition in which all the work was situational, created at the opening in conjunction with the audience.
An online flarf/found text installation.
A protest march staged as part of the Fierce! Festival, in which participants were invited to adorn their own placards.
A "situation" in which I made uninterrupted eye contact with strangers for 3 minutes. Performed at Ikon Gallery, The Centre of Attention, Impressions Gallery, New York's DUMBO Festival and at We Are Relentless (a group show curated by AAS).