Eva Louisa Jonas is a visual artist, facilitator, and co-founder of the practice-based research collective UnderExposed. She is currently based in South London, U.K.
She often works collectively and collaboratively, using photography to explore the processes by which people situate themselves within landscapes, focusing on its expression in trace, gesture, and surfaces. Recent work pulls from threads above, embracing slow looking, informed by interactions and processes that emerge from participatory workshops.
Recent shows include The Natural, Rural, and Remote at Serchia Gallery, July 2023. The inclusion of work, curation and production of a programme of events as part of Brighton Photo Fringe's (Re)structure exhibition at the Old Peacock's building, Newhaven in October 2022. To skim a stone at Serchia Gallery, Bristol July 2021, and Single Surface at Offshoot Gallery, London June 2021.
In October 2020 she was part of Brighton Photo Fringe with Sketching a Succession and >Keep Your Eyes Peeled< at Aff Galerie in Berlin, September 2020. In October 2019 she was selected for the PIC London Collective Strategies program which culminated in the exhibition A Rumour Reached the Village in Why do it together if you can do it alone? at Lewisham Art House.
Eva’s first book Let’s Sketch the Lay of the Land was published in October 2020 with a Parisian publisher, September books.
Eva is a member of Artist Union England.
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