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in progress 2019

re-arranging the dust



Re-arranging the Dust is the working title for a body of over 200 small-scale works that use a group of site-responsive constructions Jones made during residencies in 2011-13 as a starting point for new works.

The earlier artworks, and the protective packaging of their transport and storage, are used as the raw material to form supports that are developed in a number of discrete series: drawings, assemblages, wall-based objects, paintings and collaborative works.

This work in progress is stimulated by an interest in transforming discarded and displaced material into objects of presence, and by the potential of an artwork’s material support to direct subsequent stages of development.

OBJECTS: humble dust

 

new gesso painting


DRAWINGS: julia's prompt


video

PAINTINGS: settled


      video


ASSEMBLAGES: slipping through the membrane




murakami


COLLABORATIVE WORKS: with



box

 


 

paintings in pogess venice link