Jennifer Bolande has, since 1980, been engaged in an intuitive form of conceptualism exploring emotional, linguistic and physical relations to the world through photography, sculpture, movement, film, and installation. Bolande’s art is exhibited in major institutions and private collections around the world. She currently lives in Los Angeles and teaches at UCLA.
Remembering Jack Goldstein by Jennifer Bolande
The first time I saw Jack, he was standing on a ladder putting some white paint on a wall at Artists Space. He had recently arrived in NY from LA, where he’d already been working as an artist and teaching for a number of years. I was 19 years old, still in art college, and working part time at Artists Space. I had come to New York to study dance and performance art.