Jennie E. Park is a South Korea-born and Southern California-based American immigrant artist, writer and curator committed to interdisciplinarity and integrated approaches to honesty. (In)visibility and (in)vulnerability, and world-generating dynamics of entanglement and truthful paradox, recur as practices, tools or puzzles she explores through her mixed media, project-based work. Her most recent body of work explores the erotic (Audre Lorde), Neutral (Roland Barthes) and generic as substitutional, competing or coarticulating vortices of comfort, belonging and liberation.
Her artwork has been internationally exhibited through galleries, film festivals, fairs, publications and community and office spaces, including most recently at SVA Theatre (New York, NY), Treehouse NDSM (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Pence Gallery (Davis, CA), Brand Library & Art Center (Glendale, CA), THE REEF (Los Angeles, CA), Irvine Fine Art Center (Irvine, CA), and MOAH:CEDAR (Lancaster, CA). She has written for Artillery and other arts publications, received MOZAIK Future Art Awards and a Future Art Writers Award, and is a '23 - '24 California Arts Council Emerging Artist Fellow and '23 - '24 California Arts Council Creative Corps artist grantee through Arts Council for Long Beach.
Inflection Points (installation views)