Jul 12 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
The Low Residency Visual Studies Program is pleased to welcome visiting artist Jessica Jackson Hutchins for a public lecture on her work and practice.
Jessica Jackson Hutchins lives and works in Portland, Oregon. Hutchins’s expressive and intuitive studio practice produces dynamic sculptural installations, collages, paintings, and large-scale ceramics, all hybrid juxtapositions of the handmade. As evidence of the artist’s dialogue with items in her studio, these works are a means by which the artist explores the intimacy of the mutual existence between art and life. Her transformations of everyday household objects, from furniture to clothing, are infused with human emotion and rawness, and also show a playfulness of material and language that is both subtle and ambitious. Based upon a willingly unmediated discourse between artist, artwork and viewer, Hutchins’s works ultimately serve to refigure an intimate engagement with materiality and form.
Join in-person in PNCA’s Shipley-Collins Mediatheque or virtually on Zoom Meeting ID: 912 9416 6196