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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Jonathan Jones: Untitled (the tyranny of distance)

Jonathan Jones is a Sydney-based artist of the Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri nations of South Eastern Australia. His use of fluorescent light with his Indigenous traditions creates a powerful and meaningful set of references that have established him as one of the most interesting artists to emerge in the last decade. Untitled (the tyranny of distance) is an exhibit made of blue tarpaulin and fluorescent lights that Jones held at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in August of 2008. Everyday materials are of primary importance to Jones as it is used throughout the world as housing for the homeless and as temporary shelter after natural disasters. The accompanying catalogue to Jonathan Jones’ exhibition features a blue tarpaulin dust jacket, in order to reference the material featured in his work.

sherman-scaf.org.au