Vincent C. L. Jö - Nés

  Vincent C. L. Jö - Nés

Vincent C. L. Jö - Nés

Jö - Nés is London’s Original Cyber Artist and is internationally known for his unique constructs of the imagination. Vince transmutes end of life electronic components and found objects into Futuristic Artefacts. For over twenty years he has produced paintings, functional sculptures and gallery installations; his unique and creative works are an oxymoron described as ‘Contemporary Futuristic Artefacts’.

With the electrifying use of phosphorescent and incandescent colours, the viewer is whimsically transfixed by the use of commonly found objects integrated with high-tech components which gently touch one’s imagination to go where no mind has gone before. Through his practice, the phrase ‘Art of Imagineering’ has been coined.

Vincent has exhibited worldwide since 1981, selected institutions that have shown his work are: the Tate Modern Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Science & Industry. His work is part of private and public commissions in the USA, Japan, Switzerland, Germany, the UK, and even in outer space. Led by Astronaut Mae Jemison in 1992 on the NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour; this feat led Vince to become the original Cyber Artist. 

Jö - Nés’ work has been featured within London’s CyberDog, Punky Fish, the Collective, the Cyber Market including special projects for Sony, Nike, Harrods and various Sci. Fi. Conventions.

Selected Works