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Jason Varone
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bushwick



ARTIST STATEMENT: My work is inspired by Western civilization’s simultaneous complexity of technological advances and imminent decline from lack of natural resources. I combine video and painting with appropriated news footage and electronic data, removing any distinctions or boundaries between them. These “videopaintings” underline the impermanence and constant bombardment of transmitted information to a society that is fixated on alternately obsessing over or ignoring electronic messages. www.varonearts.org
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ARTIST RESUME:


Born 1976, Brooklyn, NY. Lives and works in Brooklyn.

Solo Exhibitions
2010. Project Room at the Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California (September 2010).
2009. Project Room at Hendershot Gallery, 547 West 27th, New York, NY.
2007. “Dromospheric Pollution,” Visual Arts Gallery, UAB, Birmingham, AL.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2010. “MetaDataPhile,” California State at Fullerton, (August 2010).
2010. “Architecturally../ at Hendershot Gallery,” 547 West 27th, New York, NY.
2010. “Opticks,” Curated by Peter Campus at the British Film Institute, London, UK.
2009. “New York Vision,” curated by Maurizio Pellegrin, Columbia University.
2009. 10th Annual Art Papers Auction, Atlanta, GA.
2009. “You are Here,” Hewitt Gallery, Marymount Manhattan College, NY.
2008. “A Wrinkle in Time,” BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
2008. “ArteAmerica Festival,” Fundacion Cisneros, Miami, FL.
2006. “20 Years In,” International Center of Photography, New York, NY.
2006. “Radiant,” BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
2006. “Film and Video,” the Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA.
2005. “Random Occurrences: Deconstructing Images, Icons, and Identity,” Red Clay Arts, Brooklyn, NY.
2005. “Video Series,” Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NY.
2005. “Boundaries,” Philosophy Box, New York, NY.
2005. Stealth Arts, Birmingham, AL.
2004. Selected Work: The Windows at the Kimmel Center, New York, NY.
2004. “Drawing Lines,” Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY.
2004. “Through Master’s Eyes,” Los Angeles Museum of Art, CA.
2003. “MEDIA (LESS) MEDIUM,” The Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA.
2002. “25th Small Works Exhibition,” Juror: Barbara Millstein of Brooklyn Museum. 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York, NY.
2001. “Art in General - Video Marathon,” Art in General, New York, NY.
2001. “Thesis Exhibition,” 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York, NY.
2001. “International Works on Paper,” Juried by Krishna Reddy. Soho20 Gallery, 545 Broadway, New York, NY.
2001. The College Art Association : Screening of Recipes for Desire - for the lectures on Slavoj Zizek and Obscene Enjoyment. Chicago, Illinois.
2001. “Jack Goodman Award for Art and Technology,” Rosenberg Gallery, New York.
2001. “ITP Spring Show,” Interactive Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of the Arts.
1997. “Alem del Agua Copiacabana,” Museo Extremeno e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz, Spain. (catalogue)

Projects & Awards
2010. Artist in Residence, Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, California (September 2010).
2007-08. Director - The Geometry of Hope, a documentary on geometric art in the Coleccion Cinseros, 2008.
2006-2009. Producer - Untitled TV, monthly program on BCAT, Brooklyn, NY.
2006. Residency and Fellowship, the Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA.
2006. Rotunda Gallery/BCAT Artist in Residence, Brooklyn, NY.
2005. Fellowship, the Experimental Television Center, NY.
2001-02. Two time recipient of the Jack Goodman Award for Art and Technology, NY.

Bibliography
“Living in a State of Permanent Recession?” by Hrag Vartanian in NYFA Current, 2010.
"The Power of the Impossible," by Brett Levine, ARTPAPERS, 2009.
“The Decline of the West,” NYArts Magazine, 2008.
“The Electronic Morgue,” Pocket Art Editions, by Brett Levine, UAB, March, 2007.
“High Concept : Space 301 Opens High-Tech Multimedia Show Friday,” Birmingham News, by Thomas B. Harrison, Sept, 2006.
“Nature at the Contemporary Artists Center, Updating the Beautiful, Sublime and Picturesque,” by Jane Hudson, Maverick Arts, July 2006.
“video:series,” Caroline Shepard, NY Press, July, 2005.
“Tactical Information Bomb,” Pinque Magazine. June, 2005.
“At the Galleries,” by Danielle McClure, Black and White City Paper, March 24, 2005.
“ART: REVIEWS; The Big Brushes From the East End,” Hellen A. Harrison, New York Times, July 25, 2004.
New York Arts Magazine’s ‘Tips/Pics & Websites’, 2004.
“Young Video Artists at the Korean Cultural Center,” Korea Times, June 22, 2004.
“A Master Revisited”, Scarlet Cheng, L.A. Times. May 14, 2004.
“Morality of Materials”, Kirby Gookin, New York, NY, 1998.
“Copia Cabana,” Alem del Agua, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz, Spain, 1998.
“Puente…de pasaje: Isla del Copyright,” Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz, Spain, 1998.

Education
B.A., 1998; M.A., 2002. New York University.

Related Employment
Assistant to Peter Campus.
 








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