Curator, director and critic
Gareth Bell-Jones (b.1982) is the director and curator of Flat Time House (FTHo), a gallery, education space and archive in the former South London home of post-war conceptual artist John Latham. At FTHo Bell-Jones develops the exhibition programme, residencies, alternative learning platforms and manages the library and archive resources. From 2010-14 he was a curator at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire and he continues to curate independent projects in the UK and internationally. Since 2010 has taught widely including Curating Contemporary Art at Royal College of Art and as an associate lecturer for MA Curating and Collections at Chelsea School of Art. He regularly writes catalogue and exhibition texts for artists and is the chief editor of NOIT, a journal exploring John Latham’s art and ideas.