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Recently, for Photo Week DC, from November 6 through 10, his closeup portraits of Arlingtonians were projected every night beginning at dusk in Rosslyn, thanks to Arlington public art curator Welmoed Laanstra.
Next spring, he’ll be showing a new body of work at Curator’s Office—wherever that gallery will be located by then.
And next January, I’ll be including three new pieces by Jason in Transhuman Conditions, a show at the AAC about alienation from the body via technology--radical evolution, feedback loops, and assorted related experiences.
For now, all I’ll say is that Jason’s pieces will be really, spectacularly big. Really.
But Jason also keeps busy behind the scenes—helping other artists figure out how to print larger and better, or even working with them directly to realize prints for exhibitions.
So if you’re a photographer, or an artist working in some way with digital images, and you’re looking for someone to help you figure out how to do what you want in order to do to move your game to the next level…you should contact Jason.
I can’t promise you that he’ll say yes, but based on recent conversations I've had with him, I'd say he definitely is looking for the right person or persons in need of a collaborator.
Reach the man behind the mirror ball here.