Los Angeles, CA
Following her residency at the Hammer Museum, Jeanine Oleson presents a new body of work and performance related to the production of copper.
The New York–based artist Jeanine Oleson (b. 1974, Astoria, OR) works with photography, performance, film, video, sound, and installation, exploring themes such as audience, language, spirituality, memory, music, and alienation. Following her recent residency at the Hammer Museum, Oleson presents a new body of work and a performance related to research on the mineral copper. Her installation includes a video that follows the absurdist production process of copper from a mine to a wire factory to a power grid.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.