Jennifer Krasinski has written on the subject of art, film and video for numerous publications such as Frieze, Modern Painters, Art In America, Spike, Bidoun, East of Borneo and N+1 Film Review. Her experimental fiction has appeared in journals such as Punk Planet, Joyland, Frozen Tears, and MYTHM, edited by Trinie Dalton. She is the author of Prop Tragedies (Wrath of Dynasty Press, 2010), and is an adjunct faculty member at the Art Center College of Design in both the Graduate Fine Art and Media Design Programs. She has also taught at New York University and the University of Southern California. She is a graduate of Vassar College, The Courtauld Institute of Art and Art Center College of Design.
At the End of Tipton Way: On the More Love Hours Memorial to Mike Kelley by Jennifer Krasinski
Following Mike Kelley's death in 2012, a spontaneous memorial sprung up in an abandoned carport in his Los Angeles neighborhood: a makeshift altar heaped with tattered stuffed animals, dripping candles, homemade afghans, and handwritten notes, a public yearning to capture Kelley's spirit and share in a grievous loss.
Artists at Work: A Conversation with Michele O’Marah by Jennifer Krasinski
At the turn of the 21st century, video artist Michele O'Marah started making cover versions of Hollywood film and television. Working with borrowed equipment and willing friends, O'Marah's homemade reenactments pay loving homage but also possess a bite sharp enough to pop the hot air out of their sources and subjects.
Character Development: Brody Condon’s “Level5” and the Avant-LARP of Becoming Self by Jennifer Krasinski
Brody Condon was a teenager when he discovered the semi-real world of Live Action Role Play (LARP). After a graduate school at UC San Diego, he started developing his own immersive performances—corporeal examinations into authenticity, invented identities, and self-help movements.