Jojo’s current practice explores representations of real and fictional female protagonists.                                                                                                                                                                    Her films, objects, paintings and prints are influenced by where the past and the present meet and overlap.                                                                                                                                      She often uses the structure of a movie trailer as a starting point to present a fast-paced, thrill-seeking, non-linear narrative.                                                                                                        Jojo is particularly interested in the ability of sound and music to manipulate mood, and often employs this device to re-present and play with her female characters and the stories in which they inhabit.  

Jojo Hynes works with a range of media including film, audio, installation, painting, print and collage.

She a member of Triangular Brush with Annelie Fawke and Joanne Newman.                                                                                                                      We work together to create publications and exhibitions-as-events, and we support one another to have art adventures.                                                                                                  Collectively we are interested in using and creating alternative networks, playing with hierarchies, and using humour and friendship to produce and disseminate work.                                  Triangular Brush have created shows, events, publications, and undertaken residencies across London, Ireland and the rest of Europe.