Jennie C. Jones, ‘RPM (revolutions per minute)’, 2018, The Glass House
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Jennie C. Jones

RPM (revolutions per minute), 2018

Clear lathe cut record and letterpress sleeve
8 × 8 in
20.3 × 20.3 cm
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$250
Location
New Canaan
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The Glass House
New Canaan

Jennie C. Jones: RPM (revolutions per minute) is a limited edition 45 RPM single that brings …

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Jennie C. Jones
American, b. 1968
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In her immersive audio installations, artist Jennie C. Jones explores sound and music through visual means, in works that have been described as graphic scores. She creates what appear to be minimalist paintings in gray and black with simple touches of color, but which are in fact acoustic panels that play collages of “microsamples” of music from the likes famous jazz musicians. These audio compositions highlight the formal connection between modernist abstraction and avant-garde African-American music while subtly affecting the audience through tone and tempo. In addition to these works, Jones, who was awarded the Studio Museum’s prestigious Wein Prize and was the subject of a solo show at the Hirshhorn Museum, has created work from the remnants of sound transmission, like tangled wires and audiotape. “Conceptualism,” she has explained, “allows these different media to occupy the same space.”

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Jennie C. Jones: RPM (revolutions per minute) is a limited edition 45 RPM single that brings together two commissioned audio collages from the artist’s 2018 exhibition at The Glass House. The sound works respond to the Philip Johnson–designed Glass House (1949) and Sculpture Gallery (1970). "revolutions per …

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Jennie C. Jones
American, b. 1968
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In her immersive audio installations, artist Jennie C. Jones explores sound and music through visual means, in works that have been described as graphic scores. She creates what appear to be minimalist paintings in gray and black with simple touches of color, but which are in fact acoustic panels that play collages of “microsamples” of music from the likes famous jazz musicians. These audio compositions highlight the formal connection between modernist abstraction and avant-garde African-American music while subtly affecting the audience through tone and tempo. In addition to these works, Jones, who was awarded the Studio Museum’s prestigious Wein Prize and was the subject of a solo show at the Hirshhorn Museum, has created work from the remnants of sound transmission, like tangled wires and audiotape. “Conceptualism,” she has explained, “allows these different media to occupy the same space.”

Jennie C. Jones

RPM (revolutions per minute), 2018

Clear lathe cut record and letterpress sleeve
8 × 8 in
20.3 × 20.3 cm
.
$250
Location
New Canaan
Verified
Verified seller
The Glass House is a verified Artsy partner.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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