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Jenny Yurshansky

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Lives in
Los Angeles and Stockholm

Works in
Los Angeles and Stockholm


sculpture, conceptual, video-art, installation, mixed-media


Jenny Yurshansky’s practice includes a combination of sculptures, installations, and site specific interventions, which often manipulate ordinary materials into physical realities that defy phenomenal logic.  Though a conceptual approach is used to define the parameters of each project, she also employs an aesthetic sense of materiality so that a tension is established between the poetic and empiric. Yurshansky often makes use of negative space and erasure in her work in order to create a place for deductive reasoning, so that it may be possible to determine that which is known by first establishing what is not known. As a whole her practice is engaged with an immediacy of time and space, one that is collapsed into the intangible moment of an ever-vanishing present.

Jenny Yurshansky is an American artist who was born in Rome. Yurshansky earned her MFA from UC Irvine and was a participant in the post‐graduate Critical Studies course at the Malmö Art Academy. In 2012 she was an invited artist-in-residence connected to the exhibition Odor Water Limo in northern Norway. In 2010 she was the first international artist awarded the Maria Bonnier Stipend from Bonniers Konsthall in Stockholm, the prize was awarded along with an exhibition. In 2010 she was invited for a residency and solo exhibition at Galleri Rostrum in Malmö and workspace in Los Angeles. She is the co-founder and co-director of Persbo Studio, an artist residency/workshop/sculpture park in Sweden.  She has also participated in group shows at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Laguna Beach Art Museum, MAK Center, LA><ART, the Torrance Art Museum, the Armory Center for the Arts, the 7th Istanbul Biennial, the Hammer Museum, Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art in Malmö, and the Toyota Museum.

Recent Exhibits

Jenny Yurshansky participated in these exhibits:

Oct, 2012 War Texts
Modified Arts
Jul, 2012 united states - Artist's Projects
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Nov, 2011 Navigating Darkness
Tape Modern
May, 2011 Open Document
D-Block Projects
Oct, 2010 Give A Fig: Les Figues Press 4th Annual Benefit Auction
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)
Sep, 2010 Simultaneous Inversions: Mirror Stage / Shadow Stage
Cerritos College Art Gallery
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