SF Camerawork 2019 | Jennifer Brandon & Andréanne Michon: Colliding

Colliding presents two early-career artists working on the conceptual edges of the photographic medium and its ability to represent the physical world. For this collaborative presentation, Jennifer Brandon and Andréanne Michon have carefully intertwined several series of work around a shared interest in how the tools of photography can be exploited to connect us to our material surroundings. The exhibition includes photography, video, sculpture, and works on a variety of papers and substrates.

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🔎Hyperallergic | ”Rethinking the Physical Limits of Photography”

🔎Art Practical | “Colliding: Jennifer Brandon & Andréanne Michon at SF Camerawork”

🔎SF Chronicle Datebook | “When chemicals and Jennifer Brandon’s photos collide at SF Camerawork”

Mills College Art Museum 2018 | Jennifer Brandon & Jay DeFeo: Photographic Works

Jennifer Brandon & Jay DeFeo: Photographic Works presented new work by Bay Area photographer Jennifer Brandon shown in conjunction with rarely seen photocopies and photographs by the ground-breaking visual artist Jay DeFeo. Featuring approximately 40 works, including photograms, photographic collages, photocopies, and gelatin silver prints, this exhibition explores each artist’s interest in the intersection of physical materials and photographic process.

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🔎Humble Arts Foundation | “Photographs, Photograms and Photocopies: Jennifer Brandon and Jay Defeo's Radical Experiments With a Changing Medium”