Jennifer Johung Projects launches dialogues, supports new work, and promotes ongoing collaborations and conversations between artists, architects, and scholars, across contemporary art and architecture.
Jennifer Johung is Associate Professor in the Department of Art History at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and Director of the Art History Gallery. She is also affiliated faculty in two interdisciplinary graduate programs:
Buildings, Landscapes, Cultures (UW Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning, and UW Madison Art History) and Media, Cinema and Digital Studies (UWM English and Film Studies).
JJ Projects continues to travel between SF, LA, NYC, Europe and Milwaukee.
"grow", Yevgeniya Kaganovich
October 28, 2012 - June 30, 2013
Lynden Sculpture Garden
October 5 - November 3, 2012
Guest curator: Michelle Grabner
Milwaukee Artists Resource Network
"Try a Little Tenderness"
September 7-29, 2012
Guest curator, Pamela Fraser
Milwaukee Artist Resource Network http://www.artsinmilwaukee.org
(JJ is 2012-2013 MARN curatorial mentor)
The Home Project
Photography and Dress: Jessica Kaminski
JAUS, Los Angeles, Jan-March 2012
UWM Union Art Gallery, Aug 29-Sept 16, 2011
MIAD Photography Gallery, Spring 2011
Yevgeniya Kaganovich and Nathaniel Stern
curated by Jennifer Johung
AOP Gallery, Johannesburg, Spring 2012
Art History Gallery, December 2010
Contemporary Art About Architecture
New volume out now from Ashgate. Includes a chapter on Dan Graham [...]
SymbioticA Symposium: June 2013
JJ has been invited to speak at SymbioticA, the Art and Science [...]
2013-2014 Center for 21st Century Studies Fellow
JJ will be a fellow next year at UWM’s Center for 21st Century [...]
Biotech for Artists Workshop
BiofiliA: Base for Biological Arts Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Jan 28 – [...]
Recent Talks: Art, Architecture + Synthetic Biology
“Vital Dependencies: Architecture, Performance, Biotechnology” School of Architecture and Urban Planning (UWM) [...]
“On Home: Writing, Performing, Curating, Replacing”
University of Minnesota Press Blog piece
Replacing Home available now!
University of Minnesota Press Replacing Home: From Primordial Hut to Digital Network [...]
Landscapes of Mobility: Culture, Politics, and Placemaking
Co-edited with Arijit Sen. Forthcoming, Ashgate, 2013. More information