My practice utilizes form and iconography as a catalyst for phenomenological interpretation, meaning and reinterpretation. Simply, my practice is an exercise in ontological arguments, specifically, how abstractions of theoretical physics and theological interpretation similarly attempt to rationalize and explain natural phenomena, and how all forms of our subjective experience are unique and unrepeatable.
It is my anticipation that the viewer strives for an end, a truth in the meaning. My work aims for a personal, multidimensional interpretation and strives for tolerance and intellectual commitment to a responsible act of claim to a universal validity, rather than a passive or arbitrary experience.
Jeff Vreeland lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
He graduated from the University of South Florida, Tampa with a degree in Art Education and earned his Master of Fine Arts from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland.
Jeff has recently worked as the Managing Director for the artist Takashi Murakami at his NY Studio. Currently he is working as a freelancer and practicing artists.
Jeff has exhibited internationally and his work has been included in numerous private collections.
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