Artworks
Ink, paper, thread, Map Pins
108" x 156"
2015
clay, wax, thread, Map Pins
360" x 120" x 36" (as shown)
2015
Wood, Unfired Clay, thread, Rock Salt
48" x 48" x 156" (each set)
2015
thread, Graphite, Map Pins, Unfired Porcelain
100" x 18"
2015
Wood, clay, Beeswax, thread, Computer Components
360" x 90"
2011
Vinyl, thread, zip ties
Site-specific, dimensions variable
2012
clay, Wire, wax, dryer lint
98" x 98"
2010
Wood, twine, Wire, Cables, clay, Cocoons, Live Silkworms, Live Moths, Plants, Glass, Soil Replacement Beads
Approx. 30" x 72" x 32"
2013

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  • Harnessing the metaphoric energy of living plants, transforming silkworms, seismic activity, and the hums of insects, the collaborative work of JEANNELLE and MARTONIS represents the visual manifestation of the earth’s energy. For the duration of this installation, viewers witnessed the entire lifecycle of the domesticated silkworm as live worms crawled through the structure, built their cocoons, hatched as moths, mated, laid eggs, died, and hatched as worms. Wires and cables visually connecte…
  • Harnessing the metaphoric energy of living plants, transforming silkworms, seismic activity, and the hums of insects, the collaborative work of JEANNELLE and MARTONIS could be described as the visual manifestation of the earth’s energy. Working separately, both artists have created parallel concepts and similar forms, transforming materials like beeswax, rusty metal and insects.  Working together, each artist informs the other, altering their separate ideas into a substantial installation tha…
  • Nearly 5000 hand-pulled clay extrusions are arranged between 36 wood panels, the beeswax surface embedded with computer chips, wire and insects. Confronted with the installation, the viewer is immersed in a space vaguely familiar with an intimate view through a microscope but built to overwhelming scale.  The extrusions are unidentifiable as the pieces resemble such diverse interpretations as growth patterns of hair or fur, sprouts of plant life, small horns, wind-blown crops, microscopic polle…
  • Jennifer Jeannelle updated the Artwork Scatter
    A sculptural documentation representing a scatter plot of seismic activity in Yellowstone National Park. 
  • Large scale drawing installation exploring the geometric relationships of swarm behavior and mapping.
  • Jennifer Jeannelle updated the Artwork Scatter
    A sculptural documentation representing a scatter plot of seismic activity in Yellowstone National Park. 
  • Large scale drawing installation exploring the geometric relationships of swarm behavior and mapping.