Jennifer Booth has an anthropological, archaeological & allegorist practice that is both research and installation based. Which responds to the human condition of decay. Utilising installation & photographic media including chemical & digital processes, organising exhibitions, public artworks, interventions and happening: engaged in conceptual methodology.
Major two influences are conceptual Russian installation artist Ilya Kabakovs who uses fictional biographies to explore the common domestic space, and Joel-Peter Witkin whose constructed photographs depict a darker, often gruesome view of society.
Jennifer has a comprehensive experience as exhibiting artist, educator, senior public and strategic arts officer, consultant, enabler & EU speaker on using creativity to engage wellbeing & to build disengaged communities. Having, also won Sheffield Hallam University ‘Research and Innovation Award 2016-1017’, and just been accepted for ‘Rhesus Negative’ 3 person show at Cupola Gallery Sheffield opening 27th April 2018.