2013. MFA candidate, Visual Studies Workshop.
2010. BFA. Rochester Institute of Technology.
2013. Dazibao, Ningbo Museum of Art. Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, China.
2013. Embedded, Strange Neighbour Gallery. Melbourne, Australia.
2013. Dazibao, the Organ House, Chongqing, China.
2013. Past Resident Postcard Show, Shanghai, China.
2013. Pictured Past Future Perfect, Online.
2012. Site 109. New York, NY.
2012. PCP, Gallery R. Rochester, NY.
2011. Paris-Bosnia-Croatia, Hungerford. Rochester, NY.
2010. The Constructed Moment, Hungerford. Rochester, NY.
2010. Convergence, Cobblestone Contemporary Space. Rochester, NY
2010. Twenty-Five, Visual Studies Workshop. Rochester NY
2012. Nes A-I-R, Skagastond, Iceland. May 2012
2011. Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, China. April 2011
2014. Post-Digital Publishing Archive (Feature)
2014. Musee Magazine (Review)
2014. Who Needs Another Photo Blog (Review)
2014. Spilman Institute for Photography Blog (Feature)
2013. Fototazo (Interview)
2012. Lenscratch (Review)
2011. Urbanautica (Review)
2010. Hey Hot Shot (Review)
Gregory Eddi Jones (b. 1986) is an artist, writer, and publisher based out of Rochester, NY. His practice is focused on exploring photographic products through the theories, applications, and processes of the digital medium. Since 2009, Jones has explored a wide-range of subject matter and topics; including the classical landscape, constructed narratives, issues of American identity and cultural consumption, new media tropes, and history. The primary thesis in all his work exists in the idea that the exchange of visual ideas between artists - both of the current day and between different generations - functions as a "grand conversation" that discusses the world and the consequences of our actions within it.
Over the past five years, Jones has photographed and exhibited internationally. He has pursued photographic projects in Croatia, Bosnia, Paris, Beijing, Niagara Falls, New York City, and throughout various locations in the continental United States. In addition, he has recently exhibited his work at Site 109 in New York City, Strange Neighbour Gallery in Melbourne, Australia, Ningbo Museum of Art in Zhejiang Province, China, The Organ House in Chongqing, China, and was included in Pictured Past Future Perfect, a web-based project curated by Susan Dobson and Allison Nordstrom.
In June of 2012, Gregory founded In the In-Between: Journal of Digital Imaging Artists. In the In-Between is a web-based magazine and research platform dedicated to exploring the theories, processes and applications of photographic production within the digital medium. To date, he has published over fifty interviews, reviews, portfolios and profiles of contemporary image-makers and their antecedents.