Sid White-Jones is a photographic artist interested in memory and perception. His practice focuses on the ever-shifting contemporary classification of the photographic form and aims to challenge traditional methods of communication by presenting a more mutable style of artistic expression, one which considers what photography can or cannot exist as. White-Jones graduated with First Class Honours in BA Photography from Norwich University of the Arts and in 2018 he was awarded a place on the Visa Pour l’image Documentary Photography Programme. Within the past year he has worked alongside the Human Interfaces Creative Lab as a Guest Editor for the lens-based magazine Uncertain States and has assisted organisations including Mina Raven, The Motion Sickness Project and Kettles Yard. Publications include Uncertain States Magazine, Storehouse Magazine, Bait Magazine & Folium Publishing’s, ‘The Scaffold’. His work has been exhibited at Norwich University of the Arts, The Old Truman Brewery London and The Motion Sickness Project Space Cambridge. IG : @sidwhitejonesLocked Pro Plan feature
'Kettle’s Yard is the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery. Kettle’s Yard is a beautiful House with a remarkable collection of modern art and a gallery that hosts modern and contemporary art exhibitions.'
• Mina Raven - An organisation working with public and private institutions to produce and promote photography between UK and France. Their missions is to "inform and inspire the widest possible audience by presenting bold and interesting artists from today. Mina Raven organise events including Exhibitions, Open Calls, Talks, Workshops, Portfolio Reviews, Book Launches and Workshops. • Motion Sickness Project Space - Founded by a team of Cambridge School of Art alumni, Motion Sickness is an art collective based in Cambridge, England and Leipzig, Germany. The groups latest venture is the Motion Sickness Project Space supported by and based within The Lion Yard, Cambridge. The gallery space will host a series of exhibitions celebrating emerging artists both locally and nationwide.
Uncertain States is a lens-based, artist led project. The work we show reflects some key social and political concerns and challenges how perception is formed in a new contemporary society, on issues as diverse as politics, religion and personal identity. Releasing a quarterly broadsheet and through regular discussions we attempt to expand a critical dialogue and promote the best of lens-based art. In a time where the proliferation of imagery is rendering itself insignificant and meaningless, the artists in Uncertain States are concerned with the intention of the work. All the work published is concerned with the meaning and reading of the photograph. We celebrate the ‘hard copy’ and the ‘physical meeting’.
• Photography - First Class Honours. 'Ranked in the UK’s top 10 for teaching quality by The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and awarded gold in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). NUA is rated as a top 6 UK university for creative scene by students in the Which? Student Survey 2018. Winner of Outstanding Estates Strategy in the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2018 and shortlisted for Buildings That Inspire in the Guardian Awards 2018.'
In the March of 2020 I was awarded with the Shutter Hub Membership Bursary. The Bursary gives me accuses to all that Shutter Hub offers such as opportunities, support and networking for creative photographers worldwide as well as a platform for my photographic work on their website. Shutter Hub provides the chance for photographers to professionally promote their work, access high quality opportunities and make new connections within the photographic community, through our website, in-person meet ups and exhibitions.
In September 2018 I was invited to attend Visa Pour L’Image by CANON Europe. This event is the worlds largest festival of photojournalism and is held in Perpignan, France. The body of work which made this opportunity possible was taken three years beforehand in New Delhi, India. The week long event included exhibitions from Gaël Turine, George Steinmetz, Olivier Jobard andWorld Press Photo, a film festival showing digital news stories such as Baby Boom by Catalina Martin-Chico, Q&A lectures by Francis Kohn, Ivor Prickett and Thomas Borberg and portfolio reviews hosted by international picture editors including Fiona Shields (The Guardian), MaryAnne Golon (The Washington Post) and Jérôme Huffer (Paris Match).