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Jennifer Seastone
Brooklyn, NY



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  • Jeans from an Old Show (detail)
    2017
    handmade paper from reformed objects, thread
    variable installation

  • Jeans from an Old Show (detail)
    2017
    handmade paper from reformed objects, thread
    variable installation

  • Jeans from an Old Show (detail)
    2017
    handmade paper from reformed objects, thread
    variable installation

  • Jeans from an Old Show (detail)
    2017
    handmade paper from reformed objects, thread
    variable installation

  • Jeans from an Old Show (detail)
    2017
    handmade paper from reformed objects, thread
    variable installation

  • To Utter Such Cries (still)
    2017
    single channel video
    00:19:00
    With magical realism and symbolism, a non-linear and fragmented narrative of the relationship and subsequent breakup of a couple. Shot digitally and then projected and re-shot on different materials,

  • To Utter Such Cries (still)
    2017
    single channel video
    00:19:00
    With magical realism and symbolism, a non-linear and fragmented narrative of the relationship and subsequent breakup of a couple. Shot digitally and then projected and re-shot on different materials,

  • To Utter Such Cries (still)
    2017
    single channel video
    00:19:00
    With magical realism and symbolism, a non-linear and fragmented narrative of the relationship and subsequent breakup of a couple. Shot digitally and then projected and re-shot on different materials,

  • To Utter Such Cries (still)
    2017
    single channel video
    00:19:00
    With magical realism and symbolism, a non-linear and fragmented narrative of the relationship and subsequent breakup of a couple. Shot digitally and then projected and re-shot on different materials,

  • Seaweed from the Beach Between
    2016
    Mixed Media
    72” x 78” x 4”
    The paper material is sewn together is from recycled histories. The plaster is from a Novo-Hispanic artist technique involving sand and baba nopal. I sew papers together, layer them and reveal hidden

  • Seaweed from the Beach Between
    2016
    Mixed Media
    72” x 78” x 4”
    The paper material is sewn together is from recycled histories. The plaster is from a Novo-Hispanic artist technique involving sand and baba nopal. I sew papers together, layer them and reveal hidden

  • Seaweed from the Beach Between
    2016
    Mixed Media
    72” x 78” x 4”
    The paper material is sewn together is from recycled histories. The plaster is from a Novo-Hispanic artist technique involving sand and baba nopal. I sew papers together, layer them and reveal hidden

  • Seaweed from the Beach Between
    2016
    Mixed Media
    72” x 78” x 4”
    The paper material is sewn together is from recycled histories. The plaster is from a Novo-Hispanic artist technique involving sand and baba nopal. I sew papers together, layer them and reveal hidden

  • Hella's Story
    2015
    paper, thread, metal box
    11 3/4 x 10 3/4 x 3

  • Hella's Story
    2015
    paper, thread, metal box
    11 3/4 x 10 3/4 x 3

  • As One Listens to the Rain #1
    2016
    Mixed Media
    8” X 8” X 1”
    As One Listens to the Rain was made in Puebla, Mexico and references layers of architectural walls and the peeling of paint, revealing the passage of time. The title was taken from the title of a poem

  • As One Listens to the Rain #2
    2016
    Mixed Media
    4” X 4” X 1”
    As One Listens to the Rain culminated in sculptures that layered collected paint chips and discarded concrete back onto themselves, an addition of itself onto itself, built up again from the leftover.

  • As One Listens to the Rain #3
    2016
    Mixed Media
    4” X 8” X 3”
    The layering creates a story with overlapping time continuums that cover over and disintegrate though, creating an idea that memories chip away in humans. Every once in a while people fail to cover th

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