Gin Rimmington Jones
Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes
Set in a wild, indeterminate landscape, located in the unresolved temporal realm of a tidal space, this work is an allegorical meditation on time and our culturally coded relationship with history, memory and the Earth; and its relationship with us. There is a measure of the work's relationship to the viewer enfolded in its making; and making the viewer work during the act of encountering the piece. These are not easily readable landscapes; there is no contextual offer of place. The use of scale and of abstracted, intemporal forms resist the apparent surface appeal of traditional landscape photography. Pitching the objectification of landscape against subjective, sensuous encounter, the images invite engagement beyond the surface of seductive aesthetics.
Lee Copleston • Gina Kawecka • Sarah Le Brocq • Violetta Liszka • Greta Lorimer • Michaela Meadow • Gin Rimmington Jones • Sara Roberts • Andrew Robinson • Jola Sopek •