An image of barrangal dyara (skin and bones)

Jonathan Jones

(Australia 1978 – )

Community
Sydney, South-east region
Language group
Wiradjuri, Southern Riverine region, Kamilaroi, Northern Riverine region

barrangal dyara (skin and bones)

Location
Not on display
Further information

The Wiradjuri, Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones, works across a range of mediums, from printmaking and drawing to sculpture and film. He creates site-specific installations and interventions into space that use light, subtle shadow and the repetition of shape and materiality to explore Indigenous practices, relationships and ideas. Jones often works with everyday materials to explore relationships between community and the individual, the personal and public, historical and contemporary.

At the heart of Jones’ practice is the act of collaborating, and many projects have seen him work in conjunction with other artists and communities to develop outcomes that acknowledge local knowledge systems to connect particular sites with local concerns.

Place of origin
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Cultural origin
Wiradjuri, Southern Riverine region/Kamilaroi, Northern Riverine region
Year
2016
Media
Installation
Medium
gypsum, audio
Dimensions
installation dimension variable, approximately 4,000 shields
Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.

Credit
Gift of John Kaldor and the artist 2017. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program
Accession number
334.2017
Copyright
© Jonathan Jones