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in progress 2021

re-arranging the dust



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

Material discarded in the production, documentation, transportation and storage of the earlier artworks provided the raw material to form supports and grounds for the development of drawings and assemblages, and a wall-based installation. A further series made use of these supports as a meeting point for collaboration.

Re-arranging the Dust also lays the foundation for an on-going series of works, Settled, in which which similar processes of material transformation of studio residue are used in order to provide supports and grounds for paintings.

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

WALL INSTALLATION

 

new gesso painting


DRAWINGS


video

ASSEMBLAGES

 

murakami

 

COLLABORATIVE OBJECTS

 

box

 


PAINTINGS

 

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paintings in pogess painting venice link