PEEPHOLE CINEMA PRESENTS
Elemental Designs for a Malleable World
Work by Beth Krebs, Joanna Priestley, Jill Taffet
March 28th – May 22nd, 2016
Jill Taffet is a moving-image artist who creates video installations, animated GIFS and new media. In Abiogenesis biomorphic shapes arise from the darkness, morphing and dissipating into never-ending life cycles. This piece was originally created at Harvestworks Artist-In-Residence program in New York City and is inspired by the theory that life can spring from non-living matter.
Jill Taffet is a San Francisco and Florida based artist. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibits at The Unpainted Fair in Munich, The Last Brucennial in New York, Interrupting Entropy: Selections From the Betlach Collection in California and InLight in Richmond. In 2015 Taffet was selected to be an Artist-In-Residence at Harvestworks in New York. She received her MFA at SFAI in San Francisco.