Jason Bailer Losh
Falls Village
Jason Bailer Losh’s (b. 1977, Denison, Iowa) work embraces the distinct history of found objects as a subject and material to discuss class, labor, and craft. Through his unique sequences and arrangements, Losh’s common, commercial, and domestic objects such as chair legs, faux fruit, or decorative bowls are exposed of their sculptural, formal and physical dimensions provoking a sense of intimate familiarity. In a recent return to painting, Losh’s current works incorporate his own sculptures and materials into domestic interiors reflecting on narrative, nostalgia, and preservation of memory. By offsetting these compositions on the canvas, Losh challenges notions that idealize the past and contests popular representations of ‘the American dream.’
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