Jessy Boon Cowler (1987, UK) is a visual artist from London.
Working with both analogue and digital techniques using photography and collage alongside other media, her work is process led - a form of automatism and divination where meaning surfaces through reflection, allowing insight into subconscious concerns.
Having exhibited as part of the Experimental Photography Festival, Barcelona; Photo Saint Germain, Paris; Peckham 24 Festival, Sid Motion Gallery, The Cob Gallery, London and a solo show at Oskar Galleri, Norway; she has also partaken in residencies at Can Serrat and AIR.CAT in Catalunya, which culminated in a show at the Museu Municipal de Tossa de Mar, Spain. Named as one of Firecracker’s 10 Women to Watch on PHmuseum, her work has been acquired by Soho House, featured by Musee Magazine, Der Greif, Photoworks, Aint-Bad, Hundred Heroines, Reform the Funk, Uncertain States, Humble Arts Foundation and Foto Femme United.
Passionate about creative education and human rights, she has collaborated with schools, charities and NGOs in Europe and Latin America, facilitating student-centred participatory workshops for diverse groups, and has hosted a talk about her work in education at the Photographer’s Gallery, London.