Jaclyn Jacunski
In my work I examine individual's habits, symbols, and social rituals. I am especially interested in how these aspects are manifested in the landscape in relation to powerful, cultural systems.

Many of my works are created by encounters with an empty lot connected to my apartment building. This space has become a billboard in my landscape. Signs are posted, graffiti artists make their mark, and lost items are archived on the fence by passers-by. I use these rituals to consider the impact of an individual's voice within a community, and use this evidence of small acts as source material.

I admire the concept of print’s populist ethic on the distribution of art, and draw my ideas from signs, multiples, matrixes, appropriation and historic photo-etchings.