Jessica Stockholder

Selected works by Jessica Stockholder

Jessica Stockholder
Made of Two Elements

1990

one: wood, cloth, clothes line, wire lath, oil and acrylic paint
two: 3 green light bulbs, light fixture, oil, enamel and acrylic paint, styrofoam, carpet, newspaper, magazines, glue, metal, street lamp shade, cloth and hardware

96.5 x 78.7 x 284.5cm
Jessica Stockholder
#195, JS 263, The Edge of Hot House Glass (#194)





Jessica Stockholder
Bow-tied in the Middle (#273)

1996

Wood, carpet, lamps, blue bulbs, orange boating rope, yellow and orange extension cords, plastic plant pot, terracotta plant pot, concrete, galvanized steel channel, steel cable & hardware, cotton fabric cushions, ribbon, plastic & fresh fruit, yarn

Dimensions variable
Jessica Stockholder
Left: Terry Winters Developmental Surface Model, Right: Jessica Stockholder JS 263





Jessica Stockholder
Untitled

1993

Plywood sheet, hardware, acrylic yarn, wire mesh, carpet, clothing, plastic orange, acrylic and oil paints, basket

244 x 195 x 193 cm
Jessica Stockholder
Untitled

1990

Metal table, glass, enamel paint, newspapers, tennis balls

2 parts: 82 x 92 cm and 143 x 64 cm
Jessica Stockholder
Untitled (#237)

1994

Oil paint, red plastic laundry basket, acrylic yarn, silicone caulking, light fixture

101 x 71 x 53 cm
Jessica Stockholder
Untitled

1994

Orange garbage pail, galvanized sheet metal, bolts, string, piece of wooden furniture, wood, paper, oil pastel, oil paint, acrylic paint, linoleum tile, electric wires, hinge

96.5 x 157.5 x 152.4 cm

Other Resources

the-artists.org
Modern and contemporary art and artists – Jessica Stockholder

oneroom.org
Jessica Stockholder was born in Seattle, Washington in 1959 and grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. She studied art at the University of British Columbia and Yale University. In 1983, when she began graduate studies at Yale, she created Installation in my Father's Backyard in Vancouver.

jca-online.com
Klaus Ottmann: What are the most important issues in your work?
Jessica Stockholder: My work developed through the process of making site-specific installations—site-specific sometimes in very specific ways but also just by virtue of being "art" in a room; there's at least that much going on between the work and its context; after all, paintings don't hang on trees.

ps1.org - Jessica Stockholder: Of standing float roots in thin air
Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present a new solo project by Jessica Stockholder, her second presentation at the museum. Utilizing mass-produced objects and found materials, she will create a large-scale sculpture for P.S.1’s two-story duplex gallery.

varoregistry.com
A variety of installation images

pbs.org
Jessica Stockholder was born in Seattle, Washington in 1959. She studied painting at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and received an MFA from Yale University. Stockholder is a pioneer of multimedia genre-bending installations that have become a prominent language in contemporary art.

absolutearts.com
Jessica Stockholder: Sam Ran Over Sand or Sand Ran Over Sam
Rice Gallery's fall 2004 exhibition season will open with a site-specific work by Jessica Stockholder. This will be the internationally acclaimed artist's first solo installation in the United States in eight years.

findarticles.com
Jessica Stockholder: a merging of mediums: since the 1980s, Stockholder has used everyday items and liberally applied paint to create distinctive sculpture-painting hybrids. A traveling survey of her sculptures goes on view this month at the Weatherspoon Art Museumby Frances Colpitt

jessicastockholder.coe
- About the Exhibition: Jessica Stockholder: Kissing the Wall
Stepping into an exhibition of Jessica Stockholder’s work prompts memories of shopping at K-Mart, greeting a child’s room full of colorful toys and games, visiting a lighting store whose stock is in disarray, and walking down Broadway after the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.