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Jillian Mayer

Slumpie 3 – Q Chair, 2016

Fiberglass, resin, wood, hardware, oil enamel, and acrylic
38 × 57 × 33 in
96.5 × 144.8 × 83.8 cm
Unique
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location
New York, Roma
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Jillian Mayer
American, b. 1984
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With wry humor, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the slippery divide between …

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With wry humor, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the slippery divide between reality and virtual reality, in drawings, photographs, installations, performances, videos, and “meta-pop music” collective, #PostModem. Ubiquitous social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter are integral to her …

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Jillian Mayer, ‘Slumpie 3 – Q Chair’, 2016, Postmasters Gallery
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About the work
Exhibition history
Jillian Mayer
American, b. 1984
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With wry humor, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the slippery divide between …

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With wry humor, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the slippery divide between reality and virtual reality, in drawings, photographs, installations, performances, videos, and “meta-pop music” collective, #PostModem. Ubiquitous social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter are integral to her …

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Jillian Mayer

Slumpie 3 – Q Chair, 2016

Fiberglass, resin, wood, hardware, oil enamel, and acrylic
38 × 57 × 33 in
96.5 × 144.8 × 83.8 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
New York, Roma
Have a question? Read our FAQ.