“Dark Spell” by Jennifer Wroblewski
by Jennifer Wroblewski
Riso Printed, Painted, Bound with Sari Silk
Folded “6 x 6″
Unfolded 18″ x 18″
Ed. of 50 (50 USD)
Hand Painted Special Edition of 10 (200 USD)
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R.JAMPOL PROJECT(s) will release an 18 page artist book, titled “Dark Spell” with artist Jennifer Wroblewski this Thursday, July 23rd in conjunction with current exhibition, “Crossing Your Own Line."
Dark Spell is a 6” x 6” Riso printed publication, hand bound with recycled Sari silk. The silk is a built-in critique of drawing, the subject of the book’s imagery and poetics. Color has its own power; neither words, nor mark can bring its energy to bear. Two large scale drawings mask each side of the unfolded publication which spans 18” x 18”. The darker drawing is titled “Silver Stallion Drawing,” and the lighter titled “Light Spell.” “Dark Spell” includes a short poem comprised of reconfigured lines of seminal writing on drawing and poetry by Jacques Derrida, Harold Bloom, and Josef Albers.
A special edition of ten catalogs are hand painted by the artist and available for $200 USD. An additional fifty are available for $50 USD. To purchase, click https://squareup.com/market/rjampolprojects/jennifer-wroblewski-dark-spell
This artist book was printed by R.JAMPOL collaborator, Endless Editions; a printing/publishing and curatorial project devoted to producing material by and for emerging artists. www.endlesseditions.com
Jennifer Wroblewski is an artist, curator, and adjunct Assistant Professor at SUNY Purchase School of Art+Design. Her practice is comprised mainly of large scale drawing installation and performance. She is a recipient of a 2009 NYFA Fellowship in Drawing, Printmaking and Book Arts, and her work has been reviewed and discussed in the New York Times, the Brooklyn Rail, Hi-Fructose, and the Star-Ledger. Group exhibitions include Timeless: the Art of Drawing at the Morris Museum, Contemporary Mark-Making: Blurring the Lines Between Drawing and Writing at the Alpan Gallery. She has had many solo drawing exhibitions including at A.I.R. Gallery, the A.C. Institute, and chashama. In May of this year, Jennifer presented a 6 hour durational drawing performance at Draw to Perform 2 in London.
R.Jampol Project(s) is located at 191 Henry Street, between Clinton and Jefferson on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. By NYC subway, the F train to East Broadway. Gallery Hours: Thurs. – Sat. 12 p.m. – 6 p.m and Sun. 12 p.m – 4 p.m