Artist Talk: Robin Crookall and Aude Jomini
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Real Art Ways presents an artist conversation surrounding the work in Robin Crookall’s solo exhibition, Part Fact, Part Aspect. Joining Crookall is artist, architect, and writer Aude Jomini. This conversation will explore Crookall’s conceptual and material considerations while creating her photographs. Crookall’s photographs are deceivingly simple images which do not reveal their secret until the viewer takes a closer look. What appears to be observational photographs of architecture becomes meticulously crafted sets made of cardboard, hot glue, and other “low craft” materials.
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About the Panelists:
Robin Crookall is a 2021 finalist in The Print Centers’ 95th Annual International Competition. In Fall 2020 she completed a residency and solos show at Penumbra Foundation in New York City. Crookall is a 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in photography from The New York Foundation for the Arts. In 2016, Crookall recieved her MFA from New York University. In 2015 she completed a solo show at Seattle’s 4Culture Gallery and her post bacc at University of Montana. Crookall is currently living in Brooklyn and working on a self published book of images.
Aude Jomini is a Swiss-American artist and designer pursuing collaborative and cross-disciplinary projects in art and architecture. She holds a BFA in Painting from RISD and a M-ARCH from Yale School of Architecture. She is a Senior Associate at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, and has served 5 years on Artspace’s Curatorial Advisory Board. She has also worked at Printed Matter Inc, Brooklyn Museum, and as a freelance designer.