Jennifer Sirey was born in and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from School of Visual Arts in 1990. Her sculpture is focused on the phenomenological result of combining and composing with materials of various properties. For years, she has been refining a process of growing Acetobacter or “Mother of Vinegar” as a building material to construct living sculptures. She has had solo and two person exhibitions at Feature Inc. in NYC, Kevin Bruk in Miami, Platform Project Space and Real Estate Fine Art in Brooklyn and has been included in exhibitions at galleries such as Feature Inc., Morgan Lehman, Andrew Edlin, On Stellar Rays and Derek Eller in NYC and The Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY.
Group shows at Ceysson Gallery
Cult of the Crimson Queen, New York
February 05 - March 14, 2020Solo Exhibitions
(with Steve DiBenedetto), Real Estate Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY
, Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY
Feature Inc. New York, NY.
Feature Inc., Upfront Project Space, New York, NY.
Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, Florida
Feature, New York, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions
Cult of the Crimson Queen
, curated by Michelle Segre, Ceysson & Bénétière, NY,
, curated by Daniel Rosenbaum, The Clemente Center, NY
The Big Ringer
, curated by Andrew Guenther, Andrew Edlin Gallery, NY
They're Made out of Meat
, curated by Jennifer Coates, Platform Project Space, NY
, LabSpace, Hillsdale, NY
Rough Cut, curated by Jennifer Samet and Elizabeth Hazan, Morgan Lehman Gallery
, curated by Courtney Childress & Aaron Krach, On Stellar Rays, NY
, curated by Susan Jennings, Outdoor Sculpture, Cornwall, CT.
Extreme Materials 2
, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester NY.
I Am Not Monogamous I Heart Poetry
, Feature Inc., NY.
, 110 West 14 Street NY, NY
, curated by Brenna Beirne, Prospect Range, Brooklyn, NY.
Grass and Honey
, curated by David Shaw, Champion Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY
, curated by Lisa Kirk, NY.
, curated by Janine Gordon, Brooklyn Front, NY
, Derek Eller Gallery, NY.
The Cat’s Away
, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY.
New York Projects
, curated by Luke Dowd, Delfina Project Space, London.
Aintings and Rawings
, Feature, NY.