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DAVID WHITTINGTON-JONES

Photography & 3D 

David studied for a first degree in Photography and later a Masters at the University of Westminster and has been producing images over decades while being responsible for course development, leadership and delivery across FE and HE Photography programmes.

 

Current practices reflect a long-term interest in the ways in which our culture is constructed.

Digital and film-based pieces in still life, location and complementary 3D assemblage are harnessed in expressing visually rich and engaging ideas in themed collections.

 

While at Westbury he has exhibited the major shows Requiem, memory as process and Unbroken Fragments.  He has additionally been curating and contributing art works and poster designs for his Westbury house-artists locus gallery project.

 

Minor shows include:

 

Red Cycle: further perceptions on landscape

 

Mappings: reworking landscapes explored by bicycle, compass and map

 

Unseen: A work comprising still life images on genocide, exhibited at Westbury Legge gallery

 

Eire: Identities. A set of tableau, Westbury Legge gallery

 

Embodies: locus gallery show, Westbury Arts Centre

 

Featured in: Maker-Artists of Milton Keynes, L. Wilks and A. Pegg (The History Press.Co.UK) 2017

 

Group shows in Smith’s Gallery, Atrium Gallery, Whiteleys and London Institute.