Jesse Jones | Did I Disturb Ye, Good People?

Silkscreen Print

Print of reptile shape in green and pink with words written in black: "Did I disturb ye, good people?' on white background

Jesse Jones

Did I Disturb Ye, Good People?, 2018

Silkscreen on BFK Rives Blanc (250gsm) paper

Limited edition of 60

45.7 x 61 cm / 18 x 24 in

All prints are signed and numbered by the artist.


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In conjunction with Jesse Jones’ exhibition Tremble Tremble, Talbot Rice Gallery have a limited number of prints available to purchase, each signed and numbered by Jesse Jones and limited to an edition of 60. All proceeds from sales by Talbot Rice Gallery go directly towards the Gallery’s future programme.

Tremble Tremble is a collaboration with theatre artist Olwen Fouéré, sound artist Susan Stenger and commissioner and curator Tessa Giblin, Director of Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh. It was originally commissioned for the Pavilion of Ireland of the 57th Venice Biennale (2017), and produced with Project Arts Centre, Dublin.

Printed at CIT Crawford College of Art & Design by Danielle Neville in summer 2018.


Jesse Jones is an artist based in Ireland. Her practice is multi-platform, working in film installation, performance and sculpture.  Using a form of expanded cinema she explores magical counter-narratives to the state, drawn from suppressed archetypes and myth. She represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale 2017 with the work Tremble Tremble, which also toured to SAMSTAG Museum of Art and the Adelaide Art Festival (2021), Museo Guggenheim Bilbao (2019-2020), and venues in Dublin, Edinburgh and Singapore. Previous solo shows include: Rua Red, Tallaght (2022), Kunsthal Gent (2020-2025), Artsonje Centre, Seoul (2013), Spike Island, Bristol (2012) and REDCAT, Los Angeles (2011). Jones has a forthcoming solo exhibition at IKON Gallery, Birmingham in 2024. Her work is in collections of the Irish Museum of Modern Art,Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane and University of Edinburgh. She is the 250th member of Aosdána, founded in 1981 to honour artists whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the creative arts in Ireland. She lectures in Fine Art at Technological University Dublin.