Jordan Charles Stokes is a visual artist exploring landscape and the built environment.
Stokes investigates how time and place informs action, understanding and response to natural systems and human structures.
Through photographic and mixed media, Stokes examines how the environment can demonstrate and reveal concepts of history, change, and personality across locations and cultures. The edges decreed by the picture frame afford Stokes a tool to explore environments with a deliberate eye, while symbols of historical significance within art and architecture are reinterpreted as visual elements of a language or user interface.
Born in regional New South Wales, Stokes has been practicing for over 10 years with solo and collaborative exhibitions and participation in numerous art prizes. He is educated in fine arts and visual design.