Great review of our SUMMER/16 show, Jesse Chun: On Paper by VICE's The Creators Project.
"From the bland terror of a tax form to the labyrinthian intricacies of customs papers, bureaucratic paperwork can elicit instinctive reactions. Brooklyn artist Jesse Chun’s new show On Paper, which hangs in New York’s Spencer Brownstone Gallery until September 17th, explores the beauty, dullness, humanity, and poetry of immigration and passport documents by deconstructing them. Featuring large landscapes made from the watermarks of passports and concrete poetry built out of form text, Chun distills the thoroughly “un-artful” into something clean, abstract, and even profound. Jesse Chun speaks about her work, her process, and the idea of a universal longing for home."
Full article here.