Click on an image to view more details...
Jeremy Starn is a visual artist, photographer and curator based in Boston, MA with a BFA from Lesley University College of Art and Design. His work revolves around themes of globalization, development and the structural concerns of new media. He has exhibited nationally and internationally including at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Boston Center for the Arts, Khon Kaen University in Thailand, Samson Gallery and Yale School of Music and Art in Norfolk. He has curated exhibitions in basements, warehouses, galleries, streets, universities, online and imagined.
ABOUT THE WORK
The Anthropocene is a new geologic epoch that is marked by the actions of humans in the annals of the world. When future stratigraphers look back they will see the fossils of our cities, the industrialization of our agriculture, and our relentless consumption of natural resources. This series explores artifacts of our current world in hopes of promoting a shift in perspective of our effect on the geologic history of this planet.
Return to "ARTISTS"