Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik
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A series of sculptures responding to a piece of land in Sonoma, California.
A collaboration with Rindon Johnson.

Exhibited in Johnson's show: Valley of the Moon, François Ghebaly, Los Angeles, USA, May 15 - June 19, 2021.

Yoked, panting, unkempt, and handled!, 2021, Bronze, 24” x 19” x 14”, 60 x 48 x 35cm.

Distinguishing among them, an aurora; looking at it through binoculars at days end – a different planet. Areola, behind and in front and then behind again, unintelligible to the nearby human. Areola, a hole, a constant. There’s enough information in [the sound] that, in theory, they could tell each other apart. Like the other day, a blue jay flew into my house looking for food... and then forgot how to get out. It caused a terrifying ruckus flapping around and banging its head into the glass, trying to escape. I grabbed a towel, threw it over the bird, then brought it back outside again.,

2021, Glass, neon, steel hardware, 22 x 22 x 14 inches, 55 x 55 x 35cm.

To be whole is to be part, true voyage is return. (Six May, Twenty Twenty-One, …), Sandstone, mortar, HD Video (Ongoing).

Knot, 2021, Gypsum cement, automotive paint, 16 x 16 x 8 inches.