James Geurts (b. 1970, Australia) holds a Post Graduate degree from GEMAK Institute, The Hague, Netherlands (2011), an MA of Arts from RMIT, Australia (2009), and a BA in Art and Design from Swinburne University, Australia (1991). His multidisciplinary, conceptually-driven practice is developed through abstraction, fieldwork, site interventions and studio research. Geurts focuses on the way that cultural and natural forces intersect to shape both landscapes and perceptions. His site-actions include modifying analogue and digital methods to emulate conditions of the site. His recent projects explore the diversion of river agency, study the seismic, and investigate concepts of time.