b. 1983, Boston, MA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Transitory explorations in contemporary industrial dialogue.
Industrial materials and processes confer fleeting moments of manufactured contemporary dialogue. Memory. Stillness. Fragments of the passage of time within space. Transient conversations challenging the understanding of memory, and, more specifically, how memory is affected by time.
A comprehension of self, and the involvement of self, within environment.
Consonant graphic compositions of our interaction with space; with environment. A transitory dialogue acknowledging the affect of incident on the construct of our surroundings, and in turn, reflecting our sub-conscious memory of space. A cognitive comprehension of existence, and of experience.
Works that depict equally an historical record, and an independent tangent in time.
Corporate and Public Collections
Nicole Miller, Inc.
Residencies / Awards
Bronx Musuem: AIM Residency, 2012
[Selected for inclusion in the 2013 Bronx Museum of the Arts Biennial]
The Block Magazine | March 2011
Brooklyn Street Art (Prestel) | Jaime Rojo and Steven P. Harrington
X / I / II (Deutsche & Japaner) | Kevin Krumnikl, Krumnikl Environment
Stickers: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art (Rizzoli) | DB Burkeman, Monica LoCascio, Shepard Fairey, and Carlo McCormick
Currently available for commissioned work only
jaypaavonpera [a] gmail [.] com