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Jeanne Silverthorne Discusses Her Work With The Brooklyn Rail


Jeanne Silverthorne: New Social Environment #180

Sculptor Jeanne Silverthorne joins host Douglas Dreishpoon in our 180th New Social Environment for a discussion on her uncanny visual universe, a sometimes d…

Sculptor Jeanne Silverthorne was in conversation with curator, author, and Rail Consulting Editor Douglas Dreishpoon as part of The Rail’s 180th New Social Environment.

The two discussed her uncanny visual universe, a sometimes dark recasting of the studio where plants and materials configure themselves according to an entropic logic of collapse.

You can watch the full conversation for free here.

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