January 17 - March 13, 2020

100 Years, All New People

Jessica Segall

Residency: December 9 - January 21, 2019

Part of SWAP

100 Years, All New People

   Jessica Segall, Coda (2020) Photo by Rustin McCann

100 Years, All New People

  Jessica Segall, Untitled (Chug) (2016) Photo by Rustin McCann

  Jessica Segall, Untitled (Chug) (2016) Photo by Rustin McCann

  Jessica Segall, Coda (2020) Photo by Rustin McCann

  Jessica Segall, Untitled, New York Times Article, originally published May 23, 1922 (2020) Photo by Rustin McCann

100 Years, All New People

  Jessica Segall, Untitled, still from video (2016)

100 YEARS, ALL NEW PEOPLE
Jessica Segall (Brooklyn, NY)
On View: Jan 17 - March 19, 2020

Video Catalogue

During her winter residency, Jessica Segall will develop 100 Years, All New People—an installation comprised of material collected at U.S. borders where asylum seekers have circumvented immigration control. This project is in direct dialogue with the shifting immigration policies of the current presidential administration.

This exhibition is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Wood-Lee International Art Handler, and through individual artist funding by a Puffin Foundation Artist Grant and Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.

About the Artist

Jessica Segall

Jessica Segall is a multidisciplinary artist residing in from Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been exhibited at the Havana Biennial, The National Gallery of Indonesia, the Queens Museum, the Aldrich Museum, the Inside Out Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, and Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery. She is the... go to artist page

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