G.B. Jones was born in Canada and works in film, drawing, design, music and publishing. She has been making movies since 1985 and her work has been exhibited throughout North America, South America, Europe, Israel and Australia. Her most recent movie, "The Lollipop Generation", was showcased at the Gala Premiere for The Images Festival of 2008 and from there went on to play around the world. A retrospective of her earlier work, including "The Yo-Yo Gang" and "The Troublemakers", was held by Women In The Directors Chair in Chicago, IL, U.S.A., Her film "The Troublemakers" was selected by W 139 Gallery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as their entry in the World Wide Video Festival.
G.B. Jones creates her movies on Super 8 mm film and analogue video utilizing guerrilla film tactics and embracing a no-budget credo she refers to as "The Aesthetics of Poverty", which is as much about formal concerns as it is about the socio-political. As such, her movies have been frequently regarded as forerunners for important cultural movements which have emerged in the past three decades.
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