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Visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes in conversation with Mark Parry. Jordan Charles Stokes is a visual artist who has been practicing for over 10 years with solo and collaborative exhibitions and participation in numerous art prizes. Across this podcast series we will be exploring his recent work and exhibitions, his interest in the built environment and landscape and the conceptual basis of his practice overall. Presented and recorded by Mark Parry www.parryville.com.au

Visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes in conversation with Mark Parry. Jordan Charles Stokes is a visual artist who has been practicing for over 10 years with solo and collaborative exhibitions and participation in numerous art prizes. Across this podcast series we will be exploring his recent work and exhibitions, his interest in the built environment and landscape and the conceptual basis of his practice overall. Presented and recorded by Mark Parry www.parryville.com.au
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Australia

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Visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes in conversation with Mark Parry. Jordan Charles Stokes is a visual artist who has been practicing for over 10 years with solo and collaborative exhibitions and participation in numerous art prizes. Across this podcast series we will be exploring his recent work and exhibitions, his interest in the built environment and landscape and the conceptual basis of his practice overall. Presented and recorded by Mark Parry www.parryville.com.au

Language:

English

Contact:

0407166424


Episodes

Typology

1/23/2019
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In this concluding episode of Land Frames, visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes outlines the historical connection of introduced tree species in the Southern Highlands and Southern Tablelands and describes the process of typology in creating his soon to be exhibited series One Hundred Trees.

Duration:00:17:07

Geographical Intrigue

1/18/2019
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In this episode of Land Frames, visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes describes and identifies the concept of geographical intrigue alongside the development of the series Upper Nepean. He discusses the fundamentalist use of the photographic medium and transporting the artwork viewer through experience. Upper Nepean Series https://vsco.co/jordancstokes/journal/upper-nepean

Duration:00:17:34

Nostalgia

1/3/2019
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In this episode of Land Frames, visual artist Jordan Charles Stokes outlines his upbringing, its impact on his practice and the importance of location to his art making. The process of exploring spaces and developing photographic series is considered alongside his recent work investigating nostalgia and desire in domestic Australian architecture. Homes of Nostalgia series http://www.jordanstokes.net/homes-of-nostalgia/

Duration:00:18:45