Jacob Clayton is a UK based artist working with still and moving analogue image. Themes present in Clayton's work hang around repetition, motion, and entropy. Coming from the grey area between thought and expression, Clayton's work nullifies the illustrative and in place poses potential transformers, or sub-stations between these energies and every-day life.

Exhibitions:

May 2019 - MACK First Book Award @ Photo London, Somerset House, London

Sept-Oct 2018 - Creative Storm, Brighton Photo Fringe collectives’ hub, Phoenix Brighton

October 2017 - E2-E4, Niagara Falls Projects, Brighton

June 2017 - University of Brighton Photography Degree Show, 154-155 Edward Street, Brighton

Press/ collections:

AnOther Magazine, Ten Photographers to Have on Your Radar in 2019, May 2019

British Journal of Photography, MACK First Book Award shortlist, February 2019

Josef Chladek, On Photobooks and Books, E2-E4

Self Publish Be Happy, E2-E4

Photobookcaffe library, Paul St, Hackney (E2-E4)

Awards/ Nominations:

MACK First Book Award (shortlisted), 2019

Tom Buckeridge Photography Prize, 2017

Hand-bound copies and special editions

of E2-E4 available to order

jacobclayton@live.co.uk

Insta: Uacobclayton

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