Jaynie Gillman Crimmins

Premiere DateMay 9, 2017
00:00 Introduction
00:35 Jaynie Gillman Crimmins
01:43 Size of the Moon Pinegrove
05:51 Repurposed Paper
10:57 The Art Object and Process
14:32 Building a Blue Wall
16:10 Understanding Beauty
17:48 Inspiration
22:51 Collaborations
28:37 Upcoming Show
32:44 Tare Real Life Buildings
37:37 Finish

Jaynie Gillman Crimmins is a Brooklyn-based artist who uses re-purposed material, such as shredded financial statements and junk mail, in order to make elaborate textural pieces that interweave narratives about her own beliefs and behaviors, and consumer culture.

Crimmins’ work has been exhibited at 2016’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the 8th Annual Governor’s Island Art Fair and her new project in process, Building a Blue Wall, was recently installed at the John Doe Gallery in Brooklyn.

She will be showing work at 470 Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn, which opens June 2nd.

All images courtesy of the artist

Building A Blue Wall, 2016-End of the Trump Administration.

Building A Blue Wall, 2016-End of the Trump Administration.

Building A Blue Wall, 2016-End of the Trump Administration.

Building A Blue Wall, 2016-End of the Trump Administration.

Un/Natural, 2016, 12” x 12” x 9″d, shredded household mail over various armatures.

Examining The Overlooked, Aggregate 1, 2012-2013.

Examining The Overlooked, Aggregate 1 (detail), 2012-2013.

Unsourced Material (in collaboration with fashion designer, Cynthia Holder), 2012-2014.

 

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