Nov 4 – 29
Artist reception and performance
Nov 4, 2023 4pm – 8pm
For this solo exhibition Jennings has created a hanging sound sculpture that is installed in the gallery and a layered sonic video piece played on a large monitor. The two pieces play in together creating a new layer of improvised sound. Jennings will interact with the sculpture and the audience members during a performance event on November 4, during the opening reception.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Susan Jennings sound sculptures and paintings are at the intersection of art and sound/music and can be played as instruments. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and is the recipient of awards including The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation and Giverny Foundation Fellowship and Residency at the Musée Claude Monet in Giverny, France, a fellowship at the MacDowell Art Colony and a studio residency at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts from 2004-2012. Jennings’ work was featured in two solo exhibitions at Tanja Grunert Salon, Princess Beatrix House in Hudson, NY. The most recent, “Mind Sounds” was in August-September of 2022. “To Be the Ocean and the Waves” was on view in July and August of 2021. A solo exhibition, “See It Swimming: Sound Sculptures and Paintings by Susan Jennings” guest curated by Michele Thursz was on view in the autumn of 2021at HiLo in Catskill, NY. Her work was also featured at The Tang Museum at Skidmore College January-March 2021 in Saratoga, NY as part of “Shake the Trees,” a collaborative project with Nicole Cherubini curated by Ian Berry in which guest artists are invited to participate over a 2-year period. The Tang Museum produced a video, viewable here, of Jennings’ sound sculptures performed by Silver the Void with guest harpist Malachi Cherubini Purcell. Jennings’ work was recently on view in “SpaceLAB” at Collar Works in Troy, NY, and in “Together in Isolation” and at The Re-Institute in Millerton, NY. A solo exhibition of her work titled “To Be the Waves and the Ocean” in August of 2020 was at Tanja Grunert Salon, Princess Beatrix House in Hudson, NY. Jennings participated in recent group exhibitions at Artport Kingston and at Mother Gallery in Kingston. In October of 2020, Jennings was an artist in residence at DNA Residency in Provincetown. During the summer of 2019, Jennings had residencies with open studios at The Yellow Round in Claverack, NY and at LABspace in Hillsdale, NY.
Other solo exhibitions have been at venues such as Michael Steinberg Fine Art, NYC NY, White Columns, NYC, NY, g-module, Paris, France and a shipping container at the DIVA Art Fair at Miami-Basel. Her work has been included in group shows in NYC venues such as Salon 94, White Columns, Pace Gallery, Mitchell – Innes & Nash, Baumgartner Gallery, Ronald Feldman Gallery, Sotheby’s, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, and more. Jennings has also exhibited at NADA Art Fair several times. Jennings has been reviewed in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Modern Painters and Time Out. Jennings’ work has received acclaim by critics such as Holland Cotter, Ken Johnson and Andrea Scott. A graduate of Yale University and Hunter College. Jennings’ work is in the collections of Howard Stein, NYC, NY, Adam Lewis, Aspen, CO, The Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas and many private collections.
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