I am Interested in the affects of “taking-on” the viewfinders of digital media, from the first person shooter perspective, to telepresence, to 3D modeling and texturing. Currently my approach involves, using mixed media drawings and printed geological forms to interrupt the hermetically sealed appearance of digitally produced imagery. Ancient terrains form the base for my work, represent the ‘non-human forms of expression’, conceptualized by Deleuze and Guittari. The forms are material expressions of immanence and potentiality, and convey the immeasurable forces at work beyond our human perception. My aim is that inherent biomorphic forms are exaggerated, producing tactile affects that border on the grotesque. Through visual ambiguity, the works attract and repulse, reference the primordial, and resonate with the body. Jodi Stuart is originally from New Zealand, she received a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Manukau Institute of Technology (1999), and Master of Fine Arts from Auckland University (2001). Jodi has lived in the US since 2010 and came to Denver via San Francisco. Read More.
Education at RedLIne is a innovative and accessible program that engages the community in exploration of art along with providing a resource that nurtures the multifaceted relationships present between art, artists and the public. Our vision is create sustainable and impactful programming that meets the needs of the community while developing learners that are invested in their education, their world and the transformative power of art. Read More.
The Community Studio is an educational space for the community at-large to experience and practice art alongside artist, instructors, fellow students and neighbors. Participants are invited to deepen their appreciation for art through hands-on activities central to RedLine’s goal of bolstering the relationship between art, artist and the public. The Community Studio and programs serves as a resource for youth and adults based on the needs expressed by community members. Read More.