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Eleanor Jones (she/they)

Graduate Student

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Raitt 132
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MFA, Art & Media, University of the Arts Berlin
MA, Interactive Media & Critical Theory, Goldsmiths, University of London
BA, Critical Fine Art Practice, University of Brighton

Eleanor Jones is a multidisciplinary artist, originally from the UK. She earned her BA in Critical Fine Art Practice at the University of Brighton; an MA in Interactive Media & Critical Theory at Goldsmiths, University of London; and an MFA from The Universität der Künste Berlin in Media Arts.

She has exhibited at Haus der Kulturen Der Welt, Volksbühne, and Akademie Der Künste in Berlin, Germany, as well as various other group shows around the world including the UK, Germany, Columbia, US, Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Lithuania. She has a particular interest and background in DIY and underground cultures. She co-curated events such as LadyFest, an international feminist arts festival. She has taught workshops, and has writing published in RCCP publication (Berlin) and Rant Magazine (London). She has worked assisting for Transmediale Festival and Cabinet Magazine.

Eleanor is currently based in Seattle pursuing a PhD in Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) from University of Washington, where she is also a teaching and research assistant. 

Artist Statement

Using disjunction as a key conceptual basis, I explore its mechanisms and intervention between perception, memory, and time; through the cognitive spaces that we inhabit and experience - whether physical, emotional, simulated, or in the hyperreal. Can we redefine the time and place we inhabit? Where do we explore memories and places, fragmented in time? What does it mean to reproduce a space in time? I research these questions working with hybrid forms, psychoacoustics, language, performance and moving image.