You Only Live Twice
Artist: Jeff Sheridan | Curator: Kendra Larson
June 8th, 2013 – June 30th, 2013
You Only Live Twice is an illustrative installation that explores the dual nature of our contemporary existence- which advocates improvement while living in a state of constant decay. The decay of our infrastructure offers a referential observation of the self. Sheridan distorts and simplifies the structure of modern physical identity in order to explore our intrapersonal relationship between our mental and physical carapaces. Bodies are depicted as cocoons in chrysalis. The result of which is entirely up to the viewer. Boundaries between mental and physical are transcended and presented to the viewer as the dried two-dimensional remains of a very multi-dimensional experience.
About the Artist
Jeff Sheridan is a multi-disciplinary artist currently residing in Portland, Oregon. Raised in South Florida, his work is influenced by the dramatically skewed reality that is a result of the massive social and environmental defecation of Florida’s wetland ecosystem. His work focuses on consumer culture and environmentalism viewed through a lens of ancient traditions and science
About the Vestibule
The Vestibule is an independent project space housed within Disjecta and dedicated to showing dynamic contemporary art. We are primarily interested in site-specific installations, collaborations, and any other original ideas that execute the space in exciting ways. The Vestibule was established December 2009. For more information, please contact Kendra Larson: firstname.lastname@example.org.