Jonathan Greene

Jonathan
Greene

EEUU

I am interested in fabricating visual perspectives that offer simultaneous interpretations. Using tangible textures that impersonate natural surface, tonality that suggested natural form, and elementary shapes, I invent spaces that are subtly removed from reality.

My process reflects a tension between intentional and incidental marks, referencing natural occurrence with human interference. I allow characteristically unpredictable and autonomous materials to consume portions of my work. Influenced by my technical training in art and architecture, I then disrupt these organic marks with clean, ridged structures. I aim to create moments of intervention on landscape.

Beyond merely geographical, this work combines architectural and psychological principles and influences. Psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion referred to architecture as the “realization of mental space.” Subject to psychoanalysis for over a decade, I experienced a skewed perception of space, containment, and self. In my work, I attempt to evoke the pressures of this time and my relationship with my surroundings.

Premios o distinciones destacables

2018
- Senior Thesis Honors, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
- Pamela Weidenman ’72 Memorial Prize in Printmaking, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

2017
- Eduardo Albanell ’16 Prize for Excellence in Sculpture, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

2015
- 2nd Place in The Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

Obras de Jonathan Greene

2020
Fenced-Off
2019
FoldOver
Hedges
HighLow
2018
Landwall

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