Annabelle Craven-Jones completed her postgraduate Fine Art studies at Chelsea and Wimbledon and a Foundation in Art Psychotherapy, University of Roehampton London. Her practice draws attention to the transforming post-human element between physical and digital interfaces. Works permeate while simultaneously reflecting activities from our daily lives, demonstrating how mediated identities are part of a larger circle of bodily, technological, and cultural systems. Recent projects include a third solo show with Cruise & Callas, Berlin (2016). She is currently working on a commission for Res. London with KRH Archive Goldsmiths University (2017). She is a practice-based researcher at the Royal College of Art London.
Her work has been presented at Arts Brussels (2012-15), Wysing Arts Centre, Tallinn Print Triennial (15th, 16th), GSK Contemporary Royal Academy London, [SPACE] London, Autocenter Berlin, Jerwood Drawing Prize London and touring (2005, 2009), Istanbul Biennial, Tehran Biennial and Anti Contemporary Art Festival Finland. Works for online platforms include Field Broadcast, /seconds and The Agency of Unrealised Ideas. She has been the recipient of an Arts Council Individual Grant and participated in artist residencies including And If It Was, It Can’t Be Is at Wysing Arts Centre (2012).