Reconciliation and more art by Jared Kellogg

Reconciliation, 2020
70 x 70 inch (h x w)
and Gesso on Bristol

Creatively, this project was an exercise in remembering. Through the use of improvisational mark making, I worked to face a traumatic and notably dark period in my youth. The details of this period, I believe, are irrelevant and their sensitive nature makes them challenging to articulate to the wider world. The work serves as a robust, nonlinear timeline of events, littered with vignettes and crudely held together through a variety of organic forms and marks. There is no “right way” to enter and there is no “wrong way” to travel through, but there are most certainly a plethora of ways which one can interpret it. Simply explore it, feel it, see it, and live in it. For that is all that I ever intended of you. Nothing more, nothing less.

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other works by Jared Kellogg

The Making of Reconciliation, 2020
11 x 8.5 x 0.5 inch (h x w x d)

Reconciliation (Short Film), 2020
30 x 48 inch (h x w)
Digital (Adobe Premiere Pro)

more from Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Levi’s: 501 Jeans Book, 1995
h = 30, d = 0.1 inch

Levi’s: 501 Jeans Book, 1995
h = 30, d = 0.1 inch

Levi’s: 501 Jeans Book, 1995
h = 30, d = 0.1 inch

Mark and Graham: Branding, 2012
h = 30, d = 0.1 inch

Thomas Keller: K+M Packaging, 2017
h = 30, d = 0.1 inch


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