Tick |Tock | Rifts
The Pitch Project
Milwaukee

This two-person exhibition with artist Ben Woodeson exhibits the initial group of artworks made during Roswell Artist-in-Residence Fellowships in New Mexico, USA.

Tick|Tock|Rifts is an exhibition that explores different sensibilities of fragility, both on a micro and macro level – Woodeson’s work directly addresses the vulnerability of the viewer and the artwork, while Jespersen’s attentions focus on fragility as a concept in human existence collectively and individually.

Jespersen four exhibited artworks were initiated at an artist residency in Joshua Tree (California), they belong to a new project that contemplates ‘grasp’ both as a mental and physical action.

 

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Circulating (at Tycho's Table) #3
Archival pigment on fibre based paper.
Edition of 10
each H. 48 x W. 33 cm.
2017
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breathing together (Tick|Tock)
Silent video
7min
Edition of 3
2017(2014)

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Dawn of Time (drawn & stoned)
Pencil, Indian Ink, fibre based paper.
Metal framed with museum glass
each H. 38 cm x L. 48 cm x W. 8 cm
2017
Skin Thin
Table Drawing #03 for Joshua Tree

Raku ceramics, Eucalyptus leaf, wool fabric, silk fabric, vinyl, painted wooden juggling clubs, Baryta photographs, Ebony glove stretcher, repurposed gallery benches.
2017
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Skin Thin
Table Drawing #03 for Joshua Tree

Raku ceramics, Eucalyptus leaf, wool fabric, silk fabric, vinyl, painted wooden juggling clubs, Baryta photographs, Ebony glove stretcher, repurposed gallery benches.
2017
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