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Visual Arts

Selected visual art works with an emphasis on site-specific installations and the utilization of individual artworks together for a particular exhibition. Jenn frequently uses found and repurposed objects, natural materials, and digital media to explore archetypal themes in unexpected ways.

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Site-specific installation at Wönzimer Gallery with  Cloud Assemblages and Dancing Leaves in 2023.

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A solo exhibition of Dancing Leaves at Cerritos College for their Window Dressing Series in 2021.

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Found objects, upcycled material, and human detritus given new life as cloud-shaped assemblages.

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A young boy/me listens to the Earth, hearing the mysterious heartbeat of queerness approaching.

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A series of both cut and hand-torn collages inspired by cult movies and fantastical imagery. 

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Multichannel or single-channel video art piece exploring the worship of car travel and freeways.

 

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A vintage globe covered in rainbow nail polish to honor LGBTQ folks throughout history worldwide.

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Leafs gathered from near the exhibition site are treated with metallic foils and arranged in geometric patterns.

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A site-specific installation created at the historic library in Redondo Beach for The Last CA 101 Exhibition.

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An installation honoring LGBTQ ancestors incorporating live plants, rocks, books, handmade pillows, and light.

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Various collage elements are applied onto canvas frames in various ways.

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Watercolor, alcohol ink, gold leaf, and acrylic paint on paper in honor of meditative practices.

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Video art piece about the desire to connect to the natural world in an increasingly disjointed society.

 

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A series of collages placed on Amazon boxes exploring the demise of local businesses.

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