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Monday, December 9, 2013

Inhabiting Home: The Public Interventions of Jordan Seiler

A huge thank you to Rhiannon for writing such an articulate article on the Public Access Project for Art Slant Street
by Rhiannon Platt

Minimalism integrates itself through Jordan Seiler’s aesthetics, down to his ubiquitous all black wardrobe. When I visited the artist in his studio, rows of keys were neatly lined up with similar precision, alternating his signature color with an overly saturated neon pink. Initially these visuals guided the artist’s work, who adopted an adbusting approach to covering advertisements. More (HERE)

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