Jason Dodge

Jason Dodge
A Permanently Open Window

Jason Dodge’s practice attempts to give new life to objects, exploring their potential and provoking the viewer’s cognitive ability to imagine a corresponding narrative. Focusing on specific aspects of two works, A permanently open window and Changing the lights – From rose light to white light, from white light to rose light, by hand, over and over, Jason Dodge’s artist book is not merely a documentation of his works but, in the artist’s words, “a record of light changing over a day, in one case naturally and in one case manually”. The publication was conceived and designed to accompany Jason Dodge’s permanent installation realized for the Maramotti Collection, in Reggio Emilia – a permanently open window located in what was once the tower of a factory’s electrical power plant, an abandoned industrial space, now transformed into a commercial outlet – and contains selected images from both projects, as well as a text.

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Jason Dodge
What we have done

Published on the occasion on the exhibition “Jason Dodge: What we have done.” at the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, on view October 19, 2013 – January 26, 2014.

Set of two books, titled “What we have done.” and “What have we done.”, respectively.

With texts by Jason Dodge, Matthew Dickman, Luis Croquer, Sylvia Wolf.

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Jason Dodge
Jason Dodge

Through objects, images, and texts, Jason Dodge skillfully combines the fictive and the real, inviting us into a world of interrupted and elusive narratives. In each of his carefully executed installations, a distant locale or notable event is evoked along with characters both real and imagined. Each work seems to suggest a larger enigmatic story, leading ultimately to a narrative of our invention, sparked by Dodge’s compelling objects.

Villa Arson, Nizza (6 Nov. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2005), Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA (4 June – 25 Sept. 2005); with an essay by Irene Hofmann and an interview with Jason Dodge by Kristin Chambers

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Jason Dodge

Entirely conceived by the artist, this publication, between artist’s book and exhibition catalogue, consists of a notebook of 48 fastened pages, in a bound envelope. It contains several texts on the artist’s work, accompanied with numerous illustrations, as well as a series of questions collected with his friends and close relations, artists, gallerists, collectors, family members… A poem is inserted between pages.

Born in 1969 in Newton, Pennsylvania, Jason Dodge lives and works in Berlin.

Texts by Friederike Schönhuth, Catrin Lorch, Ronald Jones, Robert Meijer, Dan Chiasson.

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