Friday, December 4, 2015

Reimagining religion, spirituality and the arts with Jessica Springman

By Ernest Disney-Britton
"Untitled" (2015) by Jessica Springman
INDIANA---My office wall facing the street is a floor to ceiling window covered by a "Vennism" work by Jessica Springman. A graduate of Art from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, her work is now on display in "Reimagine–Religion, Spirituality and the Arts" at the Harrison Center for the Arts, and in "TINY IV" at the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Jessica describes her artistic style as 'Vennism" where she breaks "apart multivariate reality into constituent and relational elements as separated and nested 2D representations." Tonight, we collected a piece of that reality.