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JENNIFER STEINKAMP (b. 1958)

 
Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come. Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come.
Judy Crook2013Projector: 21 x 19 x 6 1/2 in.; Memory component: 1 x 8 x 7 in.(53.34 x 48.26 x 16.51 cm) digital animation and projector
Provenance
Lehmann Maupin
Private Collection, California
 
Exhibition
London, greengrassi, Joanne Greenbaum Jennifer Steinkamp, January-February 2013 (another example exhibited)
Portland, Public Art, Felton Properties, April 2013 on permanent view (another example exhibited)
Blacksburg, Virginia Tech, School of Visual Arts, Armory Gallery, Two Trees: Rona Pondick and Jennifer Steinkamp, October - November 2013
Jennifer Steinkamp is at the forefront of the video art and conceptual art movements. "Judy Crook" (2013) is a monumental video installation work that depicts a tree's various seasons and forms. The enhanced images are larger than life, yet they do not dominate the space completely; you as the viewer are a welcome part of the installation. Steinkamp was recently included in the California Video exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and is poised to continue her groundbreaking studio work for decades to come.
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