Rob Churm’s works on paper (primarily drawing in materials such as ink, Biro and Tipp-Ex) form the focus of his visual arts practice. In parallel with this, he has also initiated and collaborated on a number of successful projects such as The Drapeau Noir (2010) and Prawn’s Pee (2012) for the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, Scotland. These projects used the idea of a ‘temporary autonomous zone’ to create an environment in which experimentation could take place.
Recent shows include: Imaginary Magnitude, Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow, Scotland (2015); Continue Without Losing Consciousness, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland (2014); Notes from a Gated Community (publication). Churm is also known for his work as a musician and performer and has published recordings of his bands Park Attack and Gummy Stumps.