Aaron Jones Architect
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
( BMoCA ) Su 2021
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
( MOCAD ) Su 2021
University of Kentucky College of Design
UKCoD - Interior Design
Blender Design Fellow / 01
Lamp Studies for Larger Architectures
exclusively through TILE BLUSH
2021 Art Omi: Architecture
New Museum / NEW INC
WEB MODEL DOT SPACE
2021 Bimson Humanities Fellow
Colorado State University
Electronic Art Department
CURRENT RESEARCH / TAKE A SPIN:
2019 MACDOWELL COLONY
SHINE A LIGHT
2018 Venice Architecture Biennale
European Cultural Council
Reality Rejects w/ Detroit Bureau of Sound
Red Bull Arts Detroit
"Shine A Light" pavilion
Charles Wright Museum
The Midnight Special
@ Volume Gallery
"Sigh-Fi" review in Summer 2017
Aaron Jones is a registered architect working in Detroit, MI.
Aaron’s recent work operates under the belief that perhaps there are enough buildings - and he therefore contends that a progressive and ecologically framed future in architecture lies in the interpretation and adaptive reuse of existing structures.
“Aaron is a master of creating space inside of space. Not only does he recontextualize existing structures, but he also recontextualizes other forms of media. There is fluidity to the spaces he generates that stems from how he structures his mash-ups” - Wesley Taylor for The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Aaron runs an experimental architecture studio which is concerned primarily with the research and development of media structures. This work often results in pop-up theaters, performance art installations, and entertainment portals which are in collaboration with leading creative professionals and organizations around the world. This studio reveals and expands audience types through mash-ups of content and infrastructure, resulting in architectures which are deeply themed.
This work has been recognized and supported by Art Omi, the MacDowell Colony, Venice Architecture Biennale (’14,’18), ArtPapers, The National Endowment for the Arts, and Cranbrook Academy of Art among many others.