Sid White-Jones is a photographic artist interested in memory and perception. His practice focuses on the ever-shifting contemporary classification of the photographic form and aims to challenge traditional methods of communication by presenting a more mutable style of artistic expression, one which considers what photography can or cannot exist as.
White-Jones graduated with First Class Honours in BA Photography from Norwich University of the Arts and in 2018 he was awarded a place on the Visa Pour l’image Documentary Photography Programme. He is currently partaking in the Babylon Young Curators programme at Babylon Arts, a gallery space based in South-East Cambridgeshire. Previously he has worked alongside the Human Interfaces Creative Lab as a Guest Editor for the lens-based magazine Uncertain States and has assisted organisations including Mina Raven, The Motion Sickness Project and Kettles Yard.
Publications include Uncertain States Magazine, Storehouse Magazine, Bait Magazine & Folium Publishing’s, ‘The Scaffold’. His work has been exhibited at Norwich University of the Arts, The Old Truman Brewery London and The Motion Sickness Project Space Cambridge.
Locations: United Kingdom