Instant Gratification presented by Aint–Bad & Ashley Jones
Exhibit dates: February 23 – March 31, 2018
Location: Main Gallery
Redux Contemporary Art Center is thrilled to present Instant Gratification, a group exhibition curated by Savannah, GA based collective, Aint–Bad and Ashley Jones. Redux’s second exhibition of 2018 highlights the unique curatorial perspective of an artist collective striving to further the conversation of new, photographic art by encouraging the collection of and appreciation for photography by way of accessible and affordable publications.
In a digital age, we are constantly connected and seeking instant gratification; others however, have returned to the magic of instant film photography. With this process, there are no do-overs; an image is created straight from the camera and develops in the palm of your hand.
Today, many contemporary artists are looking again to instant film as a viable option for image making. Whether your purpose is instant gratification or to disconnect from cumbersome equipment, we want to see how you are embracing the instant image in a contemporary world.
Aint-Bad is an independent publisher of new photographic art. Aint-Bad was established in 2011. The collective is dedicated to publishing contemporary photography and text to support a progressive community of artists from around the world through online web features, printed periodicals, monographs, and exhibitions. Aint–Bad reveals an ever-more urgent, critical conversation about the human condition by way of thought provoking imagery.
About Ashley Jones
Ashley Jones is an artist and educator currently based in South Carolina. Her work explores the significance of landscape and the experience of environment through a personal narrative. Her practice primarily includes large format photography, as well as, polaroid imagery, but she is continuously interested in utilizing visual communication in a variety of platforms. Jones received her M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design and her B.A. from the University of South Florida. Her works have been featured in numerous publications including Aint-Bad Magazine, American Oxford, LightLeaked, IMPRINTS Magazine, Ticka-Arts, and ToneLit. She is actively exhibiting nationally and continues to pursue curatorial endeavors.
Read about it in this article by the Charleston City Paper!