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Caroline AreskogJones' hybrid ecology of practice has a fundamental grounding in aspects of drawing, and its archival relationship of trace to the body's movement through space and time. It is a means to locate our selves. 

WIthin a current, contemporary, contextual framework each series  evolves through extensive research, exploring altered states of permanence through materials and process. It is an attempt to offer a  'perforated space', a place of active ambiguity or overlap,  hard to categorise.. Making as looking as being as thinking.


Bodies of work shape shift to adapt to a particular space or situated environment, and the relational dialogue between what forms the work and where it is placed are important.  Individual works on paper, prints and moving image elements can equally exist autonomously. 

After gaining a BA(1st class)Hons Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and MA (Print) from The Royal College of Art in 2019, opportunities to grow a practice continue, including exhibitions, residencies, artist talks, writing and collaborating.

Caroline has a previous background in both contemporary dance and physical therapy, and this intimate knowledge of the interconnectedness between body and mind influence the decision making within her practice. 


Based in London.