didn't I, didn't I, didn't I (two), Screenprint, 2013, 8.25 x 16.5" image, 18.5 x 26.5" paper
Using paper, which I screen-print, cut and weave by hand, I create modular panels that are laid directly onto floors, walls and entire rooms, both mapping and modifying the experience of the architecture. I utilize the process of weaving as a meditative and malleable building block, infinitely expandable and modular in its construction. Within and across the modular panels colors mutate, fade and intensify, seeming to hover just above the surfaces of the room like a prism, a landscape or a flickering screen.
All of the screenprints shown were printed and published by the Lower Eastside Printshop, New York, NY in an edition of 6 each.
Examples of other available prints below.
Joell Baxter lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Upcoming group shows include Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL and CCCD, Asheville, North Carolina in 2017. She was recently an artist in residence at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation’s Studio Program. Other recent residencies include LMCC’s Workspace Program, The Lower Eastside Printshop’s Special Editions Residency, and the Artist in the Marketplace program of the Bronx Museum of the Arts. In 2014 she presented a solo exhibition at Real Art Ways in Hartford, Ct, and in 2015 she presented a two person exhibition at Field Projects in New York. She has participated in group exhibitions at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Minus Space in Brooklyn, The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, and Regina Rex in New York. She received her MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago.