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Jesse Bransford

Jesse Bransford

Works in Brooklyn, New York and Catskill, New York
Jesse Bransford is a New York-based artist whose work is exhibited internationally at venues including The Carnegie Museum of Art, the UCLA Hammer Museum, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center and the CCA Wattis Museum among others. He holds degrees from the New School for Social Research (BA), Parsons School of Design (BFA) and Columbia University (MFA). An associate professor of art at New York University, Bransford's work has been involved with belief and the visual systems it creates since the 1990s. He lectures widely on his work and the topics surrounding his work. He is the co-organizer of the biennial Occult Humanities Conference and an editorial member of the Black Mirror Network.
Art has always been in dialogue with core values of being human. In recent times, scientific models have given humanity a particular view of the world. This view has been useful to a point. Other concerns have been pushed to the margins in this model, especially concerns of the nonhuman or beyond human, which make up a significant and vital part of our total environment. I am interested in artistic narratives on the margins of thought that can help build new models of thinking.
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