Jen Craun


Time and Place

I received a bundle of postcards in this afternoon’s mail, for an exhibition that I am included. Half of which is currently on display in Dresden, the other half of the exhibition will be displayed in Columbus, with a reception in September. The exhibition is titled Time and Place. This resonates with me on so many levels.

Much of my work is about place, and the notions of home and comfort. And I generally think of my work in printed series as seasons; time is always present in my work, as I grapple to articulate the right now. The two pieces that I included–one in each of the exhibition locations–are pressure prints using letterpress, printed over monoprints from my Suburban Paradigm series, that I have further layered with aerial line drawings of housing developments. The orange arrow on the lower right of the card is a detail of the prints that I included, they are titled present patterns; impermanence I and II.

Local readers, swing on in to see them on view in Columbus, all of the details of the exhibition and reception are below:

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