Jahnne Pasco-White

A surface to cut paper on, other than the floor

April 8 – 17, 2014

Jahnne Pasco-White’s practice is an exploration and negotiation of existing sites. Unconcerned with a final outcome, her interests lie in attaining a sense of totality through process; creating structure when working in a place of chaos, and vice versa.
For the Artspace Mezzanine, Jahnne will work directly with the space, allowing her processes to both respond to, and be dictated by, the architecture and environment of the site. The Mezzanine will be an open studio where the artist will be at work, assembling and engaging with a series of materials. Public are welcome to visit the Mezzanine while the residency is in progress. 
Melbourne based Pasco-White obtained her BFA from RMIT in 2010. Recent exhibitions include: Knowing Me, Knowing You (2012), Pulse Art Fair, New York; Locating Possible Trajectories (2012), Lofts, New York; Ways of operating (2013), Rearview Gallery, Melbourne; and Chimney Piece (2013), in collaboration with Jen Riemer and Max Stein, as part of a residency in Skagastrond, Iceland.
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