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Artist Statement


This print comes from my series Constructed Environments, a group of playful ruminations on interactions with our surroundings. The series grew out of sketching ideas for large-scale landscapes that involved sometimes epic performative aspects. Large-scale constructions and male angst dominate the series. This particular piece stood out from the others in that it depicted a more intimate space and is far more confrontational. It is also very playful and absurd. I still laugh when I look at it. Especially funny is the source material for the foreground figures. They come from a 1918 book on practical self-defense. The illustrations in the book all feature gentlemen in suits demonstrating self-defense tactics. I particularly enjoy the contrast in this image of male rage and etiquette.


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Jason Burch has lived and worked as an artist in New Jersey for the past 15 years. In 2005, he received his MFA from Bard College. His photographs and videos focus on interventions in the landscape and the value system used to catalogue man and nature. His work was included in the 2004 Art + Commerce Festival of Emerging Photographers and in the exhibit Greater New York at MoMa PS1 in 2005. His work has been shown at the Jersey City Museum, Exit Art and the Laura Bartlett Gallery in London.