HANNAN JONES


Artist




About                       ︎      
Research                   
CV 
 
 
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 Selected Works

︎︎︎ New Horizons (2020-ongoing)
        audio and visual installation

︎︎︎  Hard Drive 
       moving image 
        ︎
︎︎︎ Of an Address
        installation         ︎

︎︎︎ Back of the Day
          audio and visual installation 

︎︎︎  To Be Continued....         
audio and visual installation

 Sound 

︎︎︎ Forthcoming
re/tell atlas         ︎

︎︎︎ Forthcoming
CCA Annex

Re-imagining In-conversation   
Counterflows 2022 

High Energy, Heavy Feelings
 ︎︎︎ Dub-plate 
Self-Release (Editon of 6)

Human Jones
︎︎︎ Super Pit

WEAPONISE YOUR SOUND
LP compilation

Pussy Mothers
 ︎︎︎ The Number 1 EP
Optimo Music
EP

Radio Shows
︎︎︎ Margate Radio
  ︎︎︎  Clyde Built Radio
    ︎︎︎ Synaptic Island (Guest w/ Sham Ruddock)
       ︎︎︎ Balamii - Beat Kitchen (live)

Curatorial & Programming Projects   

︎︎︎Current
Committee Member / Transmission Gallery

︎︎︎Previous
Warrior/Worrier for Shifting Tactics
Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

Dardishi Film Festival         
September 2021

PEAKS 
Paper Mountain         ︎

Collective Care
Moreland Festival

I OPEN SOMETIME
Glasgow International 2016 

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The Back of the Day, singular audio and diptych video installation 

CCA Glasgow as part of
Sound Thought 2017

In collaboration with
Murray Collier

The Back of the Day is a diptych video and sound installation, a new work by multidisciplinary artist Hannan Jones (AU/UK) and sound based pracitioner Murray Collier (UK).

Blending themes of communication, distance and collaboration through sound, video and space. Formed simultaneously between two locations; Western Australia and Scotland, the films produced represent two sides of a conversation. 

These visual elements are tied together by one common soundtrack, which acts as a communication tool between two visual elements.

Translating current reflections on experiences of place, transit and time, while seeking to aesthetically challenge and experiment with sonic and visual structures; each film explores the artists maintaining common points of reference in different environments and across times zones.