About

Amanda Jobson a visual artist using photography and video, concerned with our environment, history, humanity. The methodologies and practices used are based on research, living & working in the landscape, hidden myths, relating to our cultural past and present.

Forthcoming exhibition: Constructed Geographies: ‘I wanted to find stories of women representing histories and discovered a woman of ancient origin’

At Devonshire Collective DC1 Gallery 67-69 Seaside Road Eastbourne BN21 3PL

Thursday 8 November 2018 Preview event starts at 5pm

 

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© Amanda Jobson Constructed Geographies, Festival Pil’ours France, 2018

 

 

 

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© Amanda Jobson Love Rocks 2016

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© Amanda Jobson Target Practice 2017

 

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© Amanda Jobson Sussex Open Towner Gallery 2017

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© Amanda Jobson If We Were Houses London 2018

 

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Full CV Here: https://www.axisweb.org/p/amandajobson/

Contact: info@amandajobson.co.uk for information, inquiries to archive or commission.

I left school early at 16 and began working immediately for a Press Agency in London as a trainee photographer.  After a career working freelance for record companies and editorial magazines I  became a student on a part time degree at University of Westminster  whilst having 2 children.  Over the last 10 years having a young family; I have been working with charities, outreach projects and museums.  My own work concentrates on self directed projects entailing research, listening to others stories, understanding of others histories and lives today.

 

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