Meshes of the Afternoon
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DIMENSIONS 26 x 19.75 in (66.04 x 50.17 cm) MEDIUM Iridescent acrylic and archival pigment print on 100% cotton rag paper

Hand-Finished Series of 15 + 3APs + 2PPs, 2022
Signed by the artist on front

ABOUT THE WORK 
Meshes of the Afternoon
 is an image of my cat Queenie and I taking an afternoon nap together. 

I chose the title after the Maya Deren film which involves a woman falling asleep and having a surrealistic dream sequence. I was inspired by the idea that perhaps our dreams are intermingling as we sleep together, and also that Queenie is a frequent character and alter ego in my dreams. Jungian psychoanalyst Marie-Louise von Franz says that in women's dreams, the cat often is "an image of something feminine, independent and sure of itself... It is feminine and, at the same time, very firm, very identical with itself. The cat is not very amiable, but very true to itself."
ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Jennifer Sullivan is represented by Emma Gray HQ (Los Angeles). She has held solo exhibitions at Turn Gallery (New York), Julius Caesar (Chicago), No Place Gallery (Columbus), Real Estate Fine Art (Brooklyn) and Five Car Garage (Los Angeles). Select group exhibitions include presentations at Peter Blum Gallery (New York), Rod Barton (London) and Brackett Creek Exhibitions (Bozeman). Sullivan lives and works in Queens, New York


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