British artist and photographer Josh Adam Jones explores themes of mental illness, loss, and the invisible struggles of daily life with his latest series, “Sometimes A Silence Will Cut Through Sounds.” In response to the death of his paternal grandfather in 2019, Jones turned to photography as a form of therapy, addressing his immediate grief and the ongoing mental health struggles within his family.
Drawing from both new work and an archive of images from various chapters of life, the images in “Sometimes A Silence Will Cut Through Sounds” are what Jones describes as “a meditative response to personal struggles of the day-to-day. . . It’s a way of visually and physically making sense of my own inner turmoil, whilst also hoping that others can relate. We are all susceptible to difficulties of varying magnitudes, but we each have our own ways of coping.”
See more from “Sometimes A Silence Will Cut Through Sounds” below.