Bill Jones
Shot in the Dark (1)
16 x 20 inches
Unique cibachrome print with
sunlight and glass object.

Courtesy of the artist, New York City
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View the artist's video collaborations with Ben Neill

Ephemera + multiples:
Ben Neill
Weather Underground
Stephen Andrews

Robert Bordo

Emily Brown

Diane Burko

Dawn DeDeaux

Christos Dikeakos

John Dougill

Joy Episalla

Joy Garnett

Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Erik Hanson

Geoffrey Hendricks

JJ L'Heureux

Bill Jones

Zoe Leonard

Frank Moore

Eileen Neff

Andrea Polli

Hunter Reynolds

Austin Thomas

Bing Wright

Carrie Yamaoka


Bill Jones is a photographer and installation artist. His work is concerned with the subject of light as physical phenomena and metaphorical figure, and inhabits the liminal spaces created by the conjunction of performance, installation and object art. Jones was a seminal figure in the Vancouver School of conceptual photography, along with such artists as Christos Dikeakos, Rodney Graham, Jeff Wall and Ian Wallace.

His work has been shown widely in the US and internationally including a mid-career retrospective, "Bill Jones: Ten Years of Multiple Image Narratives" at the International Center of Photography, NY; PS1 Contemporary Art Centre, The Brooklyn Museum, The Jewish Museum, Sandra Gering Gallery, Rotunda Gallery, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, Amy Lipton Gallery, White Columns, (all in NY); San Fancisco MOMA; The High Museum, Atlanta; The Milwaukee Art Center; Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK.

Recently, he has been collaborating with musician
Ben Neill to establish a new chapter in complicit media arts. Works include Palladio, an interactive, playable movie based on the novel by Jonathan Dee, that premiered in Glasgow and at New York's Symphony Space in 2004. His latest work will be featured in "Playvision" at Manhattan's World Financial Center in May 2006.