Gin Rimmington Jones is a photographic artist working with images that explore relationships between humans and the natural world, time, space, the complexities of seeing and the photographic. Her work questions the primacy of Western anthropocentrism in relation to how we see and experience landscape.

2016-2018 MA in Photography [Distinction] University of Brighton, UK

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EXHIBITIONS, RESIDENCIES, AWARDS, BOOKS, COMMISSIONS

2022 Group Exhibition "Ways of Seeing Green" at Bell House, Dulwich, London as part of Dulwich Festival Artists' Open Houses 2022

2022 Urbanautica Institute Awards 2021, What the Mountain Said, portfolio shortlisted in Nature, Environments and Perspectives

2021 Artist feature interview in Anatolia Tile & Stone’s Magazine

2021 Artist commission for Anatolia Tile & Stone brochure & catalogue, ‘Two Blocks’

2020 Solo show The Writing of Stones and Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes at Argentea Gallery, Birmingham

2020 Artist residency Joya: AiR – second residency at this international arts-led field research centre in Almeria, Spain

2020 Urbanautica Institute SACRED Awards, Portfolio Special Mention, Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes

2020 Cluster Photography and Print, London

2020 Photo Scratch, artist presentation of Falls the Shadow, WIP

2019 Dartmoor Summer School of Photography, with Brendan Barry, Jem Southam, Susan Derges, Sian Bonnell, Jason Evans and Sian Davey

2019 Joya-AiR international artist residency, Almeria, Spain

2019 LoosenArt Gallery international group exhibition Environment Documenta Rome

2019 Winner of the inaugural Metro Imaging/Satori mentorship award

2018 Long listed for the Jerwood/Photoworks Award

2018 Viewpoints at The Photographers' Gallery, a public talk on the Tish Murtha show

2018 Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes, selected works published in Source online

2018 Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes, self-published artist book, limited edition of 5

2018 Somewhere among us a stone is taking notes, group exhibition From the Flow of Appearances, Photography MA show at Grand Parade Gallery, Brighton

2017 The Landscape of Loss, unique hand-made book

2015 Endings, group show Miraculous Urgency, Now and Again Gallery, Brighton

2014 Experiential photographic work featured in Night Owls, a short film by Roy Petersen about a night-time stroll in the city with a group of photographers and models, led by Julia Horbasck



PRESS

Anatolia Tile & Stone’s Magazine

Photomonitor on The Writing of Stones

Artisan Alchemy on The Writing of Stones