Archival Epson photo prints mounted on laser-cut wood, hardware
Dimensions variable depending on how the work is displayed
Edition 1 of 3
Courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery
Retail Value: $3,000
Stephanie Syjuco (AIR ’01) works primarily in sculpture and installation, her objects mistranslate and misappropriate iconic symbols, creating frictions between high ideals and everyday materials. Syjuco’s work has been shown nationally and internationally, and included in exhibitions at PS1, the Whitney Museum of American Art, The New Museum, SFMOMA, The Contemporary Museum Honolulu, The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, among others. In 2009 she presented a parasitic art counterfeiting event, “COPYSTAND: An Autonomous Manufacturing Zone” for Frieze Projects in London, as well as contributed proxy sculptures for PS1/MoMA’s joint exhibition, “1969.” Syjuco received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and her MFA from Stanford University. She lives and works in San Francisco and joined Catharine Clark Gallery in 2010.