In 2001 I made my last work using the photo as an integral component. That piece was Homage to an Unknown Suburban Black Girl and was a part of the exhibition Freestyle at the Studio Museum in Harlem. It was described by New York Times critic Holland Cotter as a piece that "sets an enlarged found snapshot of a soft-faced, afro-coiffed child within a Mondrian-style geometric grid, as if asking what her life and modernist utopias have to do with each other."

Recent Submissions

  • Rockefeller New Media Foundation --Supplementary Material 

    Jones, Jennie C. (2006-12-20)
    10 slides. 1: Methodical Birds. Tape, audio and suspended headset. Paris, 2002. 2-3: A/V, an Installation at Triple Candie. Wall drawing with various tapes. New York, 2003. 4: Head-Set #1. Ink on paper. 2002. 5: ...
  • 2004 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Jones, Jennie C. (2006-12-18)
    Dizzy Atmosphere: Sonic Suspension and Modernist Music is an interactive installation that investigates the interplay between abstract visual art and the cultural resonance and autonomy of the modernist jazz movement. A ...


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