The Poetry Project

Cea (Constantine Jones)

Black and white photograph of Constantine, a white person with shoulder-length black hair, round glasses, and silver earrings, wearing a black shirt with a camouflage print sweater draped over their shoulders.
© Emil Cohen

Constantine Jones is a Greek-American thingmaker raised in Tennessee & housed in Brooklyn. They are the coordinator of the Visual AIDS Oral History Project, THE BODY AS AN ARCHIVE, as well as a member of the collective, What Would An HIV Doula Do?. They are the author of the novel, IN STILL ROOMS (Operating System, 2020) & a collaborative chapbook with Portuguese visual artist Vicente Sampaio, BALEEN: A POEM IN TWELVE DAYS (Ursus Americanus, 2022). Their work has been performed or exhibited across NYC & Tennessee.