Current and Upcoming

Ruth Proctor: Still Not Fixed

John Jones Project Space is pleased to present its first residency exhibition at the new Arts Building in Finsbury Park. Still Not Fixed is an exhibition borne out of Ruth Proctor's six-month residency at John Jones and draws upon the many elements that make up her rich and diverse practice. Working with the architecture of the Project Space and her ongoing interest in the body as spectacle, Proctor has incorporated a wall-to-wall synthetic ice floor into the exhibition. Visitors are required to skate around the space in order to view the work.

Free, but booking is essential

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Workshop | How to Apply for Visual Arts Residencies

Our second instalment of the ‘How to’ guide looks at visual art residencies across the UK. In establishing the ALAS Professional Development Residency in 2012, Matt Roberts studied the range of national and international research and production residencies available. Having recently updated this body of research, this lecture offers a breakdown of some of the most significant opportunities across Britain and neighbouring countries, as well as a concise guide to making applications, what to consider, and what not to do.

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Artist Talk | Ruth Proctor

Our 2014 Artist-in-Residence Ruth Proctor will be in-conversation with Cassandra Needham, Curator of John Jones Project Space, to talk about her work and the thought processes behind the exhibition Still Not Fixed. This is an exciting opportunity to hear first-hand the ideas behind a practice that incorporates racing-car drivers, stuntmen and aeroplanes. There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the talk.


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Younès Rahmoun: Habba-Zahra: you offered me a seed, I give you shadow and flowers

For the past three years John Jones has been the proud sponsor of the Art on Paper Award at Art Dubai. The 2014 edition of the prize was awarded to the Moroccan artist Younès Rahmoun for his stunning meditations on life and spiritual transcendence. For his exhibition at John Jones, Rahmoun brings together drawing, animation and sculpture which reference Islamic belief systems in a quest for universality.


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