Jeremy Eaton (b. 1990, Melbourne, Australia) is a multidisciplinary artist, curator and writer  started his career in photography in 2016. Since then, he has been travelling around the world developing different projects related to migration, social issues and the environment.

Jeremy is invested in exploring lineages of social space and concepts of disclosure through a time-based art practice.

On View 04 highlights Eaton’s practice and aims to shed light on the current artistic scene in Australia.  on his practice as a documentary photographer and specifically in one of his most notorious series: Waha واحة, which have attracted international attention and led him to exhibit his work in countless major festivals such as Les Rencontres de Bamako and Les Rencontres d'Arles in 2022; or Contact Photography Festival in Toronto and PHotoESPAÑA in 2023.

Jeremy Eaton is an artist, writer, curator and works in arts publishing. Over the last five years Eaton has been concerned with exploring various underrepresented homosocial histories to develop print, sculptural, drawing and text-based artworks, which form poetic and material relations between the past and now. Engaging with cinema, literature, art history and social history, Eaton maps potential subtexts that pervade repeated gestures, correlative material use across design and art, and the queer contexts that underpin these relationships. Eaton has presented solo exhibitions at Bundoora Homestead, BUS Projects and West Space and has been included in group exhibitions at LON Gallery, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Sarah Scout Presents, Dominik Mersch Gallery and CAVES.

Jeremy Eaton
Beach Boys, 2022
LON Gallery