Installation view. “65-Point Plan for Sustainable Living”, 2009. Image courtesy of the Artist. © Jeremy Drummond

Jeremy Drummond is an artist and curator whose production is predominately based in video, and photography. Currently living in Richmond, Virginia his work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. Drummond’s most recent project, “65-Point Plan for Sustainable Living” is a collection of sixty-five aerial images depicting every Canadian Province and US State as a self-enclosed, unstable development. Drummond is represented by ADA Gallery and teaches in the Department of Art and Art History, University of Richmond.