Jered Sprecher: Resonance & Abstraction

Jered Sprecher, Beyonder, 2010, oil on linen, 96 by 72 inches (courtesy of the a
Jered Sprecher, Beyonder, 2010, oil on linen, 96 by 72 inches (courtesy of the artist)

Lily Kuonen reviews Jered Sprecher: The Hollow That Echoes at Gallery Protocol, Gainesville, Florida, on view through May 29, 2015.

Kuonen writes: "... just as a coherent string of words creates a sentence, or several clicks creates data tracking, an assortment of visual qualities or even strategic marks can be combined to produce an image. This would imply that a similar logical or systematic approach could be used to produce paintings, but that these paintings will be subject to glitches or corruption — as are digital images, files, and even popular phrases. Is there a way to resist this degradation? Jered Sprecher’s paintings seem to employ a form of camouflage as protection. By creating the appearance of inconsistencies, anomalies, and prefabricated layers of irregularity, they dissimulate the process of generation loss."

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