Benjamin Jones (b. Reading) lives and works in London. His work is informed by the frameworks of knowledge provided by science, religion and memory and how they mediate our relationship to place and experience. His practice explores the experiential potential of the photographic object. Highly experimental, his work regularly involves developing new processes and building upon a language of photographic abstraction. This occurs whilst simultaneously creating representational photographs which ground the central themes, engaging a dialogue between abstraction and representation which is foundational to the works. His practice is formed of multiple strands and builds poetic links between disparately made images and objects. Selected exhibitions include Glashaus (joint show at Schaumbad Freies Atelierhaus Graz), Carousel (Koppel Project Central, London), UKYA (Backlit Gallery, Nottingham), Thresholds (Gonzo Unit, Thessaloniki), EBC019 (East Bristol Contemporary, Bristol), Notes On Painting (The Koppel Project Hive, London) and Grounds For Cautious Optimism (solo at Spike Island Test Space). He is a recipient of a GANE Trust award, was a Spike Island Fellow from 2016 - 17 and artist in residence in Graz, Austria in 2019, sponsored by the Styrian Regional Government.