Jones, Sarah, 2008, Show, Exhibition or Event, Solo Exhibition
|Abstract or Description:||
The eight large-scale photographs included in this solo-exhibition traversed the boundaries between studio and location, the floral still life and the clinical interior. Jones used the analogue view camera to measure, transcribe and examine the split of the gaze. In her research into the convention of the diptych, and how the viewer engages with two images in one work, Jones referred to early photography and stereographic glass plates, asking if it is possible to extend the singular act of looking by splitting the subject across two plates. This was contextualised by her photographic studies of consulting rooms used for psychoanalysis and photographs of roses in public gardens.
Two of the Rose Garden diptychs from the exhibition were shown alongside Dutch still life paintings at The National Gallery, London in the group show ‘Seduced By Art’, which toured to CaixaForum Barcelona and Madrid (2012–13). Selected photographs were also shown in group exhibitions including ‘Still Life: Arrangement’, National Media Museum, UK; ‘Golden’, Peabody Essex Museum, USA (2011); ‘Peeping Tom’, Vegas Gallery, UK (2010); ‘Jerwood Encounters: Passing Thought and Making Plans’, Jerwood Space, UK (2009); and ‘Flower Power’, Villa Giuila-CRAA, Italy (2009). In 2012, Exit magazine’s ‘The night’ issue featured a six-page spread on Jones’ work.
|Subjects:||Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Creative Arts and Design > W600 Cinematics and Photography > W640 Photography
|School or Centre:||Research Hubs > Image and Language
School of Fine Art
|Date Deposited:||05 Jul 2012 15:20|
|Last Modified:||16 Nov 2016 15:09|
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