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Jeremy Jams
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bushwick



ARTIST STATEMENT: My work is building a space through connection. Sometimes physical, sometimes intellectual, I am weaving a network through the use of drawing, pattern, collaboration, mail art, installation, book making, and beyond. By synthesizing all of these methods I aim to continue expanding the scope of my practice.
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  • Somewhere to Hang my Hat
    2014
    ink on paper
    I set up certain constraints for myself when I draw. For 'Somewhere to Hang my Hat' I wanted to use a layered flattened space. The levels read side to side like a comic strip and at the same

  • Somewhere to Hang my Hat ( Box trap, Detail)
    2014
    ink on paper
    Some of the narrative details reference my reading of different meditative practices. To be present, you have to recognize and avoid the distractions in life.

  • Somewhere to Hang my Hat ( Chair Ladder, Detail)
    2014
    ink on paper
    Obstacles, escapes, and distractions are everywhere. Being present in the moment is the only way to truly transcend.

  • Somewhere to Hang my Hat (Detail)
    2014
    ink on paper

  • Returns
    2015
    ink on paper

  • Returns (Detail)
    2015
    ink on paper
    Who broke the chair?

  • Returns (Detail)
    2015
    ink on paper
    Sometimes it takes a lot to get out of bed.

  • Wallpaper Postcard Response Wallpaper
    2014
    Collaged Photos, mailbox, instructions
    This is the 'Wallpaper Postcard' project starting to fold in on itself. After I get participants "Postcard Responses", I print them out and turn them back into wallpaper. I always

  • X Wallpaper and Framed Floating Chair
    2014
    Screen printed wallpaper, wheat paste, collaged screen prints framed
    This was part of the group show "Print-A-Delphia" at the Bushwick Print lab.

  • Wallpaper Postcard Response Wallpaper (Detail)
    2014
    Photos, screen printed postcards
    'Wallpaper Postcards' is a mail art project I started in 2012 when I moved to New York. I screen print my "wallpaper pattern" on postcards and mail them to friends, new acquaintanc
 








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