Jennifer Steinkamp

Winter Fountains an art installation set along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway by artist, Jennifer Steinkamp. Installation is part of several installations created around the 100 Anniversary of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Photograph shot by Meredith Edlow for the Association for Public Art
Jennifer Steinkamp (American, b. 1958) is a Los Angeles based media and installation artist whose video animations explore nature, architecture, contemporary social issues, and the passage of time. Nature, twisted and changed through technology, is Steinkamp’s signature subject, and since the late 1980s the artist has produced a wide range of computer-generated realities. By manipulating existing computer code, primarily using the 3-D animation software Maya, Steinkamp transforms architectural spaces with light, dematerializing walls and filling the constructed environment with hyperreal and, simultaneously, clearly artificial mimicry of organic forms. Steinkamp’s colorful moving images disorient and lull the viewer into a sense of calm—a world both familiar and foreign, real and virtual.
This is her second interview with Yale University radio by Diana Lehr, she was also interviewed by Brainard Carey in 2013.
The Blind Eye, 2018 The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, curated by Esther Bell, June 29 – October 8, 2018 Photos James Ewing courtesy Green Grassi, London, Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong
Winter Fountains an art installation set along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway by artist, Jennifer Steinkamp. Installation is part of several installations created around the 100 Anniversary of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Photograph shot by Meredith Edlow for the Association for Public Art
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