Jeremy Olson is an American artist working in painting, video, sculpture and photography. His references range from the commercial still-life to science fiction, often utilizing small assemblages or dioramas as points of departure. His practices are thematically linked by an unwavering interest in how images shape desire, and can either constrain or expand possibilities.
Olson’s work has been exhibited in New York as well as Antwerp, Baltimore, Berlin, Melbourne, and Seoul. He has participated in residency programs in Florida, New York, Nebraska, and Michigan.
All images courtesy of the artist
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