Artist Bio:

Based between Manchester and Bristol, Isaac Jordan’s work presents fragmented, tentative images where at times nothing is as important as something. Working across painting, drawing, animation and collaboration. The artist's work has been exhibited in group shows such as Why Smash Atoms, PS Mirabel, Manchester, Herb Juke, The Talleyrand, Manchester, Micro, AIR Gallery, Altrincham, That Chopping Sound, SPACE Gallery, Bristol, Fake Covers for Fake Music, Hilbertraum, Berlin.

Currently undertaking a UWE/Spike Island Fellowship 20/21.



2017 – 2020 BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of the West of England, Bristol

2016 – 2017 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Manchester School of Art

Selected Exhibitions:

2020 - (Upcoming) BEEP Painting Prize, Swansea

2020 - That Chopping Sound, SPACE gallery, Bristol

2020 - The Manchester Open Exhibition, HOME, Manchester

2019 - Air Traffic, The Talleyrand, Manchester

2019 - Public Hearing, The Station, Bristol

2019 - Guest artist invited by Rebecca Sitar, Rouge Open Studios, Manchester

2019 - Why Smash Atoms, PS Mirabel, Manchester

2019 - Whoever Was Using This Bed, The Flat, The Old Post Office, Bristol

2019 - Micro, AIR Gallery, Altrincham

2019 - A Small, Good Thing, Latch, Bristol

2019 - Fake Covers For Fake Music, HilbertRaum, Berlin

2018 - Herb Juke, The Talleyrand, Manchester


Online work/publications:

2020 - (Ongoing) A Performance at Hog Theatre, website project

2020 - (Ongoing) That Chopping Sound, publication, Bristol

2020 - Penny Thoughts #37 Online Issue

2020 - Sw Painters Network Instagram residency with Frasier Thomas

2020 - Comfort Zine with That Chopping Sound

2020 - Quaranzine, The Cube Cinema, Bristol



Kit Poulson, Bureau Gallery Manchester, Alex Barry