Jonathan Crowther


Jonathan Crowther’s latest work examines the relationship between time and place, and the way these relationships are subverted through the internet. Art history , and the works that define it, are available at a touch of a button, uprooting them from any specific time and place, consumable by anyone with a computer.

Using artworks from the Dutch Golden Age as a starting point, Crowther relishes in his own fascination with realism, dislocating and relocating parts of paintings from this period, and others, to assemble a new image. These artworks, of parts floating in an ambiguous void, question ideas of originality, individualism, and the relevance of time and place in today’s digital world.



Extravagant Charm

06 Apr - 28 Apr 2019