About

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My practice is an experimental exploration of the body, of the surface, the skin, and probing the interfaces with which that body connects with the world. 
The work is driven by interaction with others, jointly questioning aspects of our multiple selves. The work is collaborative, progressing through projects, built on our shared sense of otherness.

I use the term Theatre of Selfs because my practice is a dialogue with my collaborators, which is about aspects of them, but which I am using to explore or confront aspects of myself.

Jonathan Armour

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Qualifications

2013-15, MA in Fine Art, City and Guilds School of Art, London.

2012-13, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, City Lit College, London.

Previously, BSc Engineering, University of Bath.

Recent Exhibitions

2017, Ireland has struck oil conference, Anatomy Theatre King’s College, London.

2017, Dartington Outing, Dartington Hall, Devon.

2017, In Your Face, Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury.

2017, Summer Salon, Lubomirov Angus Hughes, London.

2017, GPN17, Hackney Wick, London.

2017, Now, where are we? 1967-2017, Strand Gallery, London.

2017, Federation Square public viewing, Melbourne.

2017, Exceptional, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London.

2017, Midsummer Horizon Testing Grounds, Melbourne.

2017, Melt Festival, Brisbane.

2017, Heaps Mardi Gras, Sydney.

2016, Uncertain States, Mile End Arts Pavilion, London.

2016, Indelible, Camden Image Gallery, London.

2016, Money and Power, Guildhall Art Gallery, London.

2016, DeArte, Palacio Neptuno, Madrid.

2015, Re:Defining Beauty, Leyden Gallery, London.

2015, 1 plus 3 skins, C&G Art School, London.

2015, 16/15, Muse Gallery, London.


Ireland has struck oil, Anatomy Theatre King’s College, London, October 2017.


Now, where are we? 1967-2017, Strand Gallery, London, June-July 2017

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The Lord Mayor of City of Westminster Ian Adams holding an original copy of the Wolfenden Report, with the team that delivered “Now, where are we? 1967-2017”.
Jonathan Armour​, Guy Burch​, Kevin Childs, Jonathan Cooper, Brian Dennis​, Richard Dickson​, Santiago Echeverry​, Franc-off GodeVi​, Sunil Gupta​, Charan Singh​, Angel Ito​, Brad Kenny​, Michael Petry​, Richard Sawdon Smith​, Milan Svanderlik.

#androtechne #nowwherearewe


“Exceptional”, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London, February 2017


“DeArte”, Madrid, February 2016

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