Dispersion I, 2019
Dispersion I, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin print mounted on aluminum

25 3/4 x 37 1/2 inches

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Dispersion IV (detail), 2019
Dispersion IV (detail), 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin print mounted on aluminum

25 3/4 x 37 1/2 inches

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Handless Operative (Installation view), Casemore Kirkeby
Handless Operative (Installation view), Casemore Kirkeby

Images, left to right: Larry Sultan, Jennifer Brandon, Whitney Hubbs, Awoiska van der Molen, David Benjamin Sherry

Reflect-ing I, 2016 (second from left)

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

Dispersion IV, 2019
Dispersion IV, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print mounted on aluminum

38 x 27.75 inches

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Dilation XV, 2019
Dilation XV, 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

19 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches

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Reflect-ing I (2016)
Reflect-ing I (2016)

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

Foil III, 2015
Foil III, 2015

Chromogenic print

72 x 43.5 inches

Series of 3 + AP

Foil III evokes the terrain of an otherworldly landscape made of thousands of tiny glass beads on an aluminum foil substrate. Tiny rainbowed glitches evidence the scanner that imaged it.


Dilations (Sequence II, installation view), 2019
Dilations (Sequence II, installation view), 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

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Dilations (Sequence I, installation view), 2019
Dilations (Sequence I, installation view), 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

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Dispersion III
Dispersion III

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print

36 ½ x 27 ½ inches

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Installation view, SF Camerawork
Installation view, SF Camerawork

Dilations (left), 2019

Dispersion III (right), 2019

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Equivalent I, 2019
Equivalent I, 2019

Unique silver gelatin fiber print photogram from Windex

37 ½ x 30 ¼ inches

Foam II, 2017
Foam II, 2017

Installation view, SF Camerawork

11 x 14 inches

Silver gelatin fiber print

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Dispersion II, 2019
Dispersion II, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print

39 1/8 x 68 7/8 inches

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Installation view, SF Camerawork
Installation view, SF Camerawork

Dispersion III (left), 2019

Silverscapes (right), 2019

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Sphere, 2018
Sphere, 2018

10 x 10 inches

Archival pigment print of rendered silver crystals

Glistering II, 2015

Digital Video
Dimensions variable

The bubbling and sparkling surface of a pool of aluminum paint is activated by manipulation from beneath.

Foam X, 2018
Foam X, 2018

Archival pigment print rendering micca beads on copper foam

40 x 21 inches

ReCurrent (from Sequence II), 2017
ReCurrent (from Sequence II), 2017

Unique solarized silver gelatin print
16 x 20 inches

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ReCurrents (Sequence I, installation view), 2017
ReCurrents (Sequence I, installation view), 2017

Unique solarized silver gelatin prints mounted on aluminum
42 x 30 inches each

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Froth I, 2017
Froth I, 2017

Unique silver gelatin chemi-photogram

19.5 x 36.5 inches

Wane I, 2017
Wane I, 2017

Unique silver gelatin chemi-photogram from Windex

20 x 24 inches

Silverscape I, 2017
Silverscape I, 2017

Archival pigment print rendering silver leaf
24 x 36 inches

Silverscape finds squares of silverleaf are captured midair as they sweep across the image plane. The squares themselves are odd, vulnerable forms, reflecting light and defining little but their own surface.

Peak I , 2017
Peak I , 2017

Archival pigment print rendering window film
20 x 28 inches

Peak I is made from a window film made to guard against light and prying eyes. This material, normally flattened and seen through, suggests a distant, unknowable vista.

Installation, Mills College Art Museum
Installation, Mills College Art Museum

Overlay I, 2017 (left)

SilverScape, 2017 (center)

Peak I, 2017 (right)

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Overlay I, 2017
Overlay I, 2017

Archival pigment print rendering Glassine
24 x 30 inches

Overlay is a whisper of an image, suggestive of a watery surface, its surface is an impression made on a sheet of glassine that protected “ReCurrents” as the fiber silver gelatin paper was pressed flat.


Peak II, 2017
Peak II, 2017

Silver gelatin print rendering reclaimed silver from fixative
24 x 20 inches

Reclaimed silver creates the mound at the base of Peak II. The cast off material from the making of countless analog photographs, it is re-imaged, made of and from itself. Its title plays on multiple meanings; is it mountainous, peaking into the frame or prompting the act of looking?

Installation, Mills College Art Museum, left to right:
Installation, Mills College Art Museum, left to right:

Leaf IV (triptych), 2016

ReCurrents (A to E), 2017

Foil III, 2015

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Leaf IV (triptych), 2016
Leaf IV (triptych), 2016

Archival pigment prints rendering silver leaf
30 x 21.5 inches each

Series of 7

Leaf IV evokes the terrain of an otherworldly landscape. A scanner amassed the image, built as light traced the surface of amassed silverleaves line by line.

Installation, Mills College Art Museum
Installation, Mills College Art Museum

Left to right: Fusings, 2015, Overlay I, 2017, Silverscape I, 2017, Peak I, 2017, Untitled (collage), 2017, Recollected, 2016, Untitled (collage), 2017, Peak II, 2017,

Foreground: Formations, 2018

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Blown, 2016

Digital Video, 12 minutes
Dimensions variable

Leaves of silver are set into kinetic motion: flittering squares afloat in an ‘almost-dance’ forward and back again, resting occasionally on an absent surface that causes spatial uncertainty.


Foiled II, 2016
Foiled II, 2016

Archival pigment print rendering Cinefoil
40 x 30 inches

Evoking a strange, ashen topography, Foiled II is composed of Cinefoil, broken and bent when used to obscure the camera and unwanted reflection in the making of Glistering.

Series of 7

Underlay II (2017)
Underlay II (2017)

Silver gelatin fiber print
30 x 40 inches

The surface of industrial material designed to cushion the flooring beneath us, Underlay II renders its machined banding visible across the image, giving way to what appears to be skin or bark.

Fusing VII, 2015
Fusing VII, 2015

Solarized photogram rendering safety glass
24 x 20 inches

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Glistering I, 2014

Digital Video
dimensions variable

The sparkling surface of a pool of aluminum paint is activated by the environment in which it was made. The mundane activity of watching paint dry is transformed into something mesmerizing and magical.


Cast III and X, 2014
Cast III and X, 2014

Archival pigment prints
34 x 28 (left) and 34 x 26 (right) inches

Series of 7

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Fusing V, 2015
Fusing V, 2015

Solarized photogram rendering safety glass
24 x 20 inches

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Cast XIII, 2014
Cast XIII, 2014

Archival pigment print
34 x 25 inches

Series of 7

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(IM)MATERIEL at Headlands Center for the Arts

Curated by Kevin B. Chen

What humans are able to physically see represents only a minute fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum. But given the proper means, the invisible can become visible. (Im)materiel, guest curated by Kevin B. Chen, includes photographs, sculptures, and video installations by 18 artists whose work surveys the slippery line that divides the known/unknown, tangible/intangible, and terrestrial/extramundane.

Left to Right: Randy Colosky, Jennifer Brandon, Imin Yeh, Marshall Elliott

Stratum I, 2016
Stratum I, 2016

Silver gelatin fiber print
40 x 30 inches

Suggesting a clouded atmosphere, this large silver gelatin print of my studio wall and backdrop, covered in the reflective paint that composes Glistering, photographed just beyond focus.

Screening III, 2013

Digital Video, 6 minute loop
29.5 x 20.5 x 3.75 inches

Screening III is in mesmerizing flux, its movement a response to its environment. The subtle twirl reflects the space outside the frame; every shift a record of its surroundings.

Recollection III, 2016
Recollection III, 2016

Reclaimed silver, the cast off material from the making of countless analog photographs appears to be from or of the landscape. Rather, the image is of and from its own making.

Silver gelatin fiber print
40 x 30 inches

Screen I, 2013
Screen I, 2013

Chromogenic Print
40 x 37 inches

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  Luminous   Installation view, Stephen Wirtz Gallery  In Luminous, a group of arts formally engage in various degrees with reflectivity, translucency, and whiteness are gathered. Each artist explores the multi-functionality of imagery through the absence of color as a way of examining the language of and crossover between abstraction and representation.  Images, left to right: Claire Collette, Andrew Witrak, Tressa Pack, Jennifer Brandon

Luminous

Installation view, Stephen Wirtz Gallery

In Luminous, a group of arts formally engage in various degrees with reflectivity, translucency, and whiteness are gathered. Each artist explores the multi-functionality of imagery through the absence of color as a way of examining the language of and crossover between abstraction and representation.

Images, left to right: Claire Collette, Andrew Witrak, Tressa Pack, Jennifer Brandon

Screen V, 2013
Screen V, 2013

Chromogenic Print
40 x 39 inches

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   In the Space Between , Swarm Gallery, Oakland CA   Jennifer Brandon’s photographic images consist of ephemeral forms she’s created with materials associated with protection and comfort: cushions, batting, fabrics and threads that connect them. The work is grounded in the traditions of still-life; each photograph bares physicality rich in metaphor, unveiling a relationship with the body – wads, folds and tangles. She uses photography as the medium to hold these objects up for investigation.

In the Space Between, Swarm Gallery, Oakland CA

Jennifer Brandon’s photographic images consist of ephemeral forms she’s created with materials associated with protection and comfort: cushions, batting, fabrics and threads that connect them. The work is grounded in the traditions of still-life; each photograph bares physicality rich in metaphor, unveiling a relationship with the body – wads, folds and tangles. She uses photography as the medium to hold these objects up for investigation.


Accumulation I, 2011
Accumulation I, 2011

Archival inkjet print
48 x 35 inches

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Knot IV, 2010
Knot IV, 2010

Chromogenic print
25 x 25 inches

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Accumulation III 2011
Accumulation III 2011

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

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Accumulation IV 2011
Accumulation IV 2011

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches

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Knot III, 2010
Knot III, 2010

Chromogenic print
25 x 25 inches

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Dispersion I, 2019
Dispersion IV (detail), 2019
Handless Operative (Installation view), Casemore Kirkeby
Dispersion IV, 2019
Dilation XV, 2019
Reflect-ing I (2016)
Foil III, 2015
Dilations (Sequence II, installation view), 2019
Dilations (Sequence I, installation view), 2019
Dispersion III
Installation view, SF Camerawork
Equivalent I, 2019
Foam II, 2017
Dispersion II, 2019
Installation view, SF Camerawork
Sphere, 2018
Glistering II, 2015
Foam X, 2018
ReCurrent (from Sequence II), 2017
ReCurrents (Sequence I, installation view), 2017
Froth I, 2017
Wane I, 2017
Silverscape I, 2017
Peak I , 2017
Installation, Mills College Art Museum
Overlay I, 2017
Peak II, 2017
Installation, Mills College Art Museum, left to right:
Leaf IV (triptych), 2016
Installation, Mills College Art Museum
Blown, 2016
Foiled II, 2016
Underlay II (2017)
Fusing VII, 2015
Glistering I, 2014
Cast III and X, 2014
Fusing V, 2015
Cast XIII, 2014
Stratum I, 2016
Screening III, 2013
Recollection III, 2016
Screen I, 2013
  Luminous   Installation view, Stephen Wirtz Gallery  In Luminous, a group of arts formally engage in various degrees with reflectivity, translucency, and whiteness are gathered. Each artist explores the multi-functionality of imagery through the absence of color as a way of examining the language of and crossover between abstraction and representation.  Images, left to right: Claire Collette, Andrew Witrak, Tressa Pack, Jennifer Brandon
Screen V, 2013
   In the Space Between , Swarm Gallery, Oakland CA   Jennifer Brandon’s photographic images consist of ephemeral forms she’s created with materials associated with protection and comfort: cushions, batting, fabrics and threads that connect them. The work is grounded in the traditions of still-life; each photograph bares physicality rich in metaphor, unveiling a relationship with the body – wads, folds and tangles. She uses photography as the medium to hold these objects up for investigation.
Accumulation I, 2011
Knot IV, 2010
Accumulation III 2011
Accumulation IV 2011
Knot III, 2010
Dispersion I, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin print mounted on aluminum

25 3/4 x 37 1/2 inches

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Dispersion IV (detail), 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin print mounted on aluminum

25 3/4 x 37 1/2 inches

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Handless Operative (Installation view), Casemore Kirkeby

Images, left to right: Larry Sultan, Jennifer Brandon, Whitney Hubbs, Awoiska van der Molen, David Benjamin Sherry

Reflect-ing I, 2016 (second from left)

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

Dispersion IV, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print mounted on aluminum

38 x 27.75 inches

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE DISPERSIONS + INFORMATION

Dilation XV, 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

19 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches

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Reflect-ing I (2016)

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

Foil III, 2015

Chromogenic print

72 x 43.5 inches

Series of 3 + AP

Foil III evokes the terrain of an otherworldly landscape made of thousands of tiny glass beads on an aluminum foil substrate. Tiny rainbowed glitches evidence the scanner that imaged it.


Dilations (Sequence II, installation view), 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

🔎 CLICK HERE FOR MORE INSTALLATION IMAGES

Dilations (Sequence I, installation view), 2019

Solarized silver gelatin prints from cliché verre of accumulated spray mount

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Dispersion III

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print

36 ½ x 27 ½ inches

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Installation view, SF Camerawork

Dilations (left), 2019

Dispersion III (right), 2019

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Equivalent I, 2019

Unique silver gelatin fiber print photogram from Windex

37 ½ x 30 ¼ inches

Foam II, 2017

Installation view, SF Camerawork

11 x 14 inches

Silver gelatin fiber print

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Dispersion II, 2019

Mirror remover on unique silver gelatin fiber print

39 1/8 x 68 7/8 inches

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Installation view, SF Camerawork

Dispersion III (left), 2019

Silverscapes (right), 2019

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Sphere, 2018

10 x 10 inches

Archival pigment print of rendered silver crystals

Glistering II, 2015

Digital Video
Dimensions variable

The bubbling and sparkling surface of a pool of aluminum paint is activated by manipulation from beneath.

Foam X, 2018

Archival pigment print rendering micca beads on copper foam

40 x 21 inches

ReCurrent (from Sequence II), 2017

Unique solarized silver gelatin print
16 x 20 inches

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE RECURRENTS + INFORMATION


ReCurrents (Sequence I, installation view), 2017

Unique solarized silver gelatin prints mounted on aluminum
42 x 30 inches each

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE EXHIBITION INFORMATION

Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Froth I, 2017

Unique silver gelatin chemi-photogram

19.5 x 36.5 inches

Wane I, 2017

Unique silver gelatin chemi-photogram from Windex

20 x 24 inches

Silverscape I, 2017

Archival pigment print rendering silver leaf
24 x 36 inches

Silverscape finds squares of silverleaf are captured midair as they sweep across the image plane. The squares themselves are odd, vulnerable forms, reflecting light and defining little but their own surface.

Peak I , 2017

Archival pigment print rendering window film
20 x 28 inches

Peak I is made from a window film made to guard against light and prying eyes. This material, normally flattened and seen through, suggests a distant, unknowable vista.

Installation, Mills College Art Museum

Overlay I, 2017 (left)

SilverScape, 2017 (center)

Peak I, 2017 (right)

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Overlay I, 2017

Archival pigment print rendering Glassine
24 x 30 inches

Overlay is a whisper of an image, suggestive of a watery surface, its surface is an impression made on a sheet of glassine that protected “ReCurrents” as the fiber silver gelatin paper was pressed flat.


Peak II, 2017

Silver gelatin print rendering reclaimed silver from fixative
24 x 20 inches

Reclaimed silver creates the mound at the base of Peak II. The cast off material from the making of countless analog photographs, it is re-imaged, made of and from itself. Its title plays on multiple meanings; is it mountainous, peaking into the frame or prompting the act of looking?

Installation, Mills College Art Museum, left to right:

Leaf IV (triptych), 2016

ReCurrents (A to E), 2017

Foil III, 2015

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Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Leaf IV (triptych), 2016

Archival pigment prints rendering silver leaf
30 x 21.5 inches each

Series of 7

Leaf IV evokes the terrain of an otherworldly landscape. A scanner amassed the image, built as light traced the surface of amassed silverleaves line by line.

Installation, Mills College Art Museum

Left to right: Fusings, 2015, Overlay I, 2017, Silverscape I, 2017, Peak I, 2017, Untitled (collage), 2017, Recollected, 2016, Untitled (collage), 2017, Peak II, 2017,

Foreground: Formations, 2018

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE EXHIBITION INFORMATION

Installation view © Phil Bond Photography

Blown, 2016

Digital Video, 12 minutes
Dimensions variable

Leaves of silver are set into kinetic motion: flittering squares afloat in an ‘almost-dance’ forward and back again, resting occasionally on an absent surface that causes spatial uncertainty.


Foiled II, 2016

Archival pigment print rendering Cinefoil
40 x 30 inches

Evoking a strange, ashen topography, Foiled II is composed of Cinefoil, broken and bent when used to obscure the camera and unwanted reflection in the making of Glistering.

Series of 7

Underlay II (2017)

Silver gelatin fiber print
30 x 40 inches

The surface of industrial material designed to cushion the flooring beneath us, Underlay II renders its machined banding visible across the image, giving way to what appears to be skin or bark.

Fusing VII, 2015

Solarized photogram rendering safety glass
24 x 20 inches

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMAGES + INFORMATION

Glistering I, 2014

Digital Video
dimensions variable

The sparkling surface of a pool of aluminum paint is activated by the environment in which it was made. The mundane activity of watching paint dry is transformed into something mesmerizing and magical.


Cast III and X, 2014

Archival pigment prints
34 x 28 (left) and 34 x 26 (right) inches

Series of 7

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Fusing V, 2015

Solarized photogram rendering safety glass
24 x 20 inches

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Cast XIII, 2014

Archival pigment print
34 x 25 inches

Series of 7

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(IM)MATERIEL at Headlands Center for the Arts

Curated by Kevin B. Chen

What humans are able to physically see represents only a minute fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum. But given the proper means, the invisible can become visible. (Im)materiel, guest curated by Kevin B. Chen, includes photographs, sculptures, and video installations by 18 artists whose work surveys the slippery line that divides the known/unknown, tangible/intangible, and terrestrial/extramundane.

Left to Right: Randy Colosky, Jennifer Brandon, Imin Yeh, Marshall Elliott

Stratum I, 2016

Silver gelatin fiber print
40 x 30 inches

Suggesting a clouded atmosphere, this large silver gelatin print of my studio wall and backdrop, covered in the reflective paint that composes Glistering, photographed just beyond focus.

Screening III, 2013

Digital Video, 6 minute loop
29.5 x 20.5 x 3.75 inches

Screening III is in mesmerizing flux, its movement a response to its environment. The subtle twirl reflects the space outside the frame; every shift a record of its surroundings.

Recollection III, 2016

Reclaimed silver, the cast off material from the making of countless analog photographs appears to be from or of the landscape. Rather, the image is of and from its own making.

Silver gelatin fiber print
40 x 30 inches

Screen I, 2013

Chromogenic Print
40 x 37 inches

🔎 CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMAGES + INFORMATION

Luminous

Installation view, Stephen Wirtz Gallery

In Luminous, a group of arts formally engage in various degrees with reflectivity, translucency, and whiteness are gathered. Each artist explores the multi-functionality of imagery through the absence of color as a way of examining the language of and crossover between abstraction and representation.

Images, left to right: Claire Collette, Andrew Witrak, Tressa Pack, Jennifer Brandon

Screen V, 2013

Chromogenic Print
40 x 39 inches

🔎 CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMAGES + INFORMATION

In the Space Between, Swarm Gallery, Oakland CA

Jennifer Brandon’s photographic images consist of ephemeral forms she’s created with materials associated with protection and comfort: cushions, batting, fabrics and threads that connect them. The work is grounded in the traditions of still-life; each photograph bares physicality rich in metaphor, unveiling a relationship with the body – wads, folds and tangles. She uses photography as the medium to hold these objects up for investigation.


Accumulation I, 2011

Archival inkjet print
48 x 35 inches

🔎 CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMAGES + INFORMATION

Knot IV, 2010

Chromogenic print
25 x 25 inches

🔎CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMAGES + INFORMATION

Accumulation III 2011

Archival pigment print
20 x 16 inches

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Accumulation IV 2011

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches

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Knot III, 2010

Chromogenic print
25 x 25 inches

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