Jesse Chun: Home As A Metaphor

Binary Codes, Acrylic Photo Blocks, 5 x 7 inches each

“My notion of home–or the way I like to challenge the existing notion of home–is that home is not necessarily a stable thing. It can be in flux and fluid,” reflects Brooklyn-based artist Jesse Chun. Applying her astute observation to her multifaceted body of work, Chun employs methods of appropriation to digitally and delicately alter, intervene and recontextualize the often impenetrable dominant institutions that define home as a static ...

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