Working across a range of mediums – from printmaking and drawing to sculpture and film – Aboriginal artist Jonathan Jones creates site-specific installations that use light, subtle shadow and the repetition of shape and materiality to explore Indigenous practices, relationships and ideas.

The recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the 2002 New South Wales Indigenous Arts Fellowship from Arts NSW, Jones’ work is represented in major public collections throughout Australian as well as in a number of public collections overseas. The Australian Design Centre believes that Jones’ evocative works contribute significantly to generating richer dialogues about Indigenous culture and history.

Image: Naa (Too See or Look), 2015, Christopher Snee