Designs for the facade of Bristol Royal Infirmary. Working in collaboration with Arup, Willis Newson and architects CODA.

Glass Microbiology

Created in clear glass, the sculptures are designed for contemplation and to consider how the artificial colouring of scientific imagery affects our understanding of phenomenon. This link takes you to a new Glass Microbiology microsite. Since 2004 ongoing.

Kinetic Chandeliers

Kinetic solar powered chandeliers designed and commissioned for different spaces and installations. From 6ft to 30ft tall, the artworks during the day, flicker and shimmer in the sunlight. At night they are lit internally and create revolving shadows around the room. 2012


3D pixelated sculpture developed and commissioned by the Watershed for the Bristol Temple Quarter. Seen from a distance a figure of a child stands in the train station. Up close, she fragments into three dimensional pixels.

Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture

This sculpture was made to contemplate the 2011 Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake and subsequent Tsunami. Exploring how data can be represented and interpreted, the artwork is one of a series of visualization sculptures Jerram has recently created. 2011

28 Seconds of Hiroshima

One of a series of works investigating the visualization of invisible phenomenon and data through sculpture. Exhibited at Jerwood Visual Arts, London and Grizedale Arts. 2011


Dating back to 1995, these early works describe the journey towards Jerram's current practice. With an interest in process, sound and light, Jerram has created a number of small installations, sculptures and performances for arts organisations and institutions from New York to London. 1995-2003


The oil slowly drips down the building, encasing and partly disguising the details of the architecture. The outline of the stonework and windows are revealed and highlighted in the reflective gloss of the oil. Work in progress

Crash! Glass Stock Exchange Sculptures

A new set of sculptures Jerram is creating based on American stock exchange data. Exploring how data can be represented and interpreted, the artwork is one of a series of visualization sculptures Jerram has recently created. 2012

Creative Space

Proposal for a 10m high concrete underwater sculpture that prevents trawlers from damaging the seabed whilst acting as a coral reef for sealife and an artwork for divers.

Flag Machine

An investigation into flags and nationalism through the creation of a flag neutralising machine.

Held - Rotated Mexican Border

Glass sculpture made by rotating a scale drawing of the Mexican border line. The sculpture was created during a residency at the Museum of Glass, Washington. 2011

Scientific Chandelier

One of a new series of interesting glass chandeliers Jerram is developing. 2012

Sculptural and Perceptual studies

Previously unseen work. Jerram explores the edges of perception and has a natural interest in this area because he is colour-blind. Since his professional practice began hundreds of sculptural studies have been carried out which feed into his larger installations and understanding of the world around him. 1999-2006

St. Pauls Concertina

Victorian Concertina made from a collection of photographs taken whilst living in St.Pauls, Bristol 2002.