|Medium||Letterpress print on Kitakata paper|
|Dimensions||26 x 37.5 cm|
|Nominated by||Omar Lopez-Chahoud|
About the work
The work depicts Sabur’s hand drawn shapes of prominent underwater basins and ridges that are a part of the geology of the Caribbean Sea.
About the artist:
Born 1987 Jamaica, Jamilah Sabur lives and works in Miami. Graduated from BFA Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore (2009); and MFA University of California, San Diego (2014).
Metaphysics, geology, and memory are recurrent themes in Sabur’s work, with a distinct and poetic interest in language.
Her work is held in public and private collections including New Orleans Museum of Art, Pérez Art Museum Miami, and The Bass Museum of Art.
Selected exhibitions include Observations: Selected Works by Jamilah Sabur, University of Maryland Art Gallery (2020); The Wilfulness of Objects, The Bass, Miami (2020); Time Share, Performa, New York (2020); Open Justice, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (2020); The Last Supper, Faena Art, Miami (2019); Memory Palace, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine (2019); The Other Side of Now, Pérez Art Museum, Miami (2019); Parallels and Peripheries, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit (2019); Stream Gradient, Nina Johnson Gallery, Miami (2019); and Un chemin escarpé / A steep path, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2019).