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By Julie Eisenberg Pitman

Undecidable III, 2017, 24" x 32"

Undecidable III, 2017, 24" x 32"

Undecidable IV, 2017, 24" x 32"

Undecidable IV, 2017, 24" x 32"

Understood the Way They Intended, 2017, 24" x 32"

Understood the Way They Intended, 2017, 24" x 32"

I am a collage artist and an openly ecstatic salvager who has always relished in creating new art from cast-offs. My primary interest is how identity pivots around the physical “stuff” that surrounds us, as well as the news and words that we consume. The terrain of my work is the result of an examination of my urban environment, and of the interior self, and focuses on the tenuous meeting of the two elements. Behind the seeming lightness of my subjects, my collages deal with themes of escapism, detritus of the modern world, and loss of information. The abundance of paper source material that exists in discarded collections gives me an endless vocabulary of images for composing my narrative through my dissection and reassembling. My output introduces the need for a multiple-consciousness as conduct to be able to remake the rules that bind our society.  

 

Julie Eisenberg Pitman is an artist who lives in New York City and works in Brooklyn. Through a variety of media including collage and graphic design, Eisenberg Pitman explores questions of identity, escapism, and environmental destruction. Eisenberg Pitman’s work has been exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide including Site Gallery, New York City; Palazzo Albrizzi, Venice, Italy; Alexandria Museum of Art, Louisiana; Verum Ultimum Art Gallery, Oregon; and the Sturt Haaga Gallery, California.  julieeisenbergpitman.tumblr.com

 

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