Jordan Tate, ‘New Work #170’, 2013, Denny Gallery

Exhibited in SUPERBLACK at Transformer Station, Cleveland, Ohio, 2014.

About Jordan Tate

Through images of other images and pictures of televisions and computer screens, photographer Jordan Tate explores the mediated ways in which we see and experience the world today. In the vein of Christopher Williams and James Welling, Tate focuses his practice on the processes of making and disseminating images, whether capturing Photoshop tools, browser windows, and iPhone screens, or using non-traditional output methods like animated GIFs, 3D anaglyphs, and lenticular screens. Eschewing a single style, Tate’s work explores the shifting role of photography in the concurrent evolution of art and technology.

American , b. 1981, Louisville, KY, United States, based in Cincinnati, OH, United States

Solo Shows on Artsy

Prefaces, Denny Gallery, New York
Jordan Tate: Working From Photographs, Denny Gallery, New York
Jordan Tate: Gamut Warning, Denny Gallery, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

The City & The City, Denny Gallery, New York