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JJ PEET

BRICKVASE_34, 2015

Porcelain
9 × 9 × 11 in
22.9 × 22.9 × 27.9 cm
Unique
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location
San Francisco
About the work
JJ PEET
American, b. 1973
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JJ PEET works across different media and uses found materials to make art through which he reflects upon contemporary life, his place in the world, and his relationship to others. He incorporates such unlikely items as mouth guards, eyebrow hair, and socks into his sculptural assemblages, and his exhibitions feature paintings, mixed-media drawings, films, installations, and ceramics. The artist is especially drawn to ceramics, which he considers the most direct form of art making. PEET describes molding clay as a process that closely connects “brain to hand to object,” and sees each completed piece as a stand-in for himself. Some of his handmade cups are titled PROXY, alerting those who drink from them that they are holding a small piece of the artist himself.

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JJ PEET
American, b. 1973
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JJ PEET works across different media and uses found materials to make art through which he reflects upon contemporary life, his place in the world, and his relationship to others. He incorporates such unlikely items as mouth guards, eyebrow hair, and socks into his sculptural assemblages, and his exhibitions feature paintings, mixed-media drawings, films, installations, and ceramics. The artist is especially drawn to ceramics, which he considers the most direct form of art making. PEET describes molding clay as a process that closely connects “brain to hand to object,” and sees each completed piece as a stand-in for himself. Some of his handmade cups are titled PROXY, alerting those who drink from them that they are holding a small piece of the artist himself.

JJ PEET

BRICKVASE_34, 2015

Porcelain
9 × 9 × 11 in
22.9 × 22.9 × 27.9 cm
Unique
Sold
location
San Francisco
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