Jeremiah Jossim

Region: South

Jeremiah Jossim’s work speaks to a deep reverence for the American landscape, but also questions the privileges of recreation, tourism, and who has the right to explore and live alternatively in this country. His practice is deeply concerned with our manipulation of the environment and the ever-growing imbalance that has come to define the Anthropocene. Through examining our relationship with the landscape, his paintings investigate the shape and the feeling of the land, and explore the landscape’s psychological effect on our personal sense of place.