Jasmin Blasco b. 1981, Paris (France) | Lives and works in Los Angeles (USA)
Jasmin Blasco is a French-American artist who works with sound, language, film, installation and performance. His practice explores the relationship between interpretation, translation and narration. Blasco's work pays particular attention to the evolving dialog between communication systems and their embodiment, observing the ways in which narratives emerge out of the encounter between the lived experience and the built environment.
His work has been exhibited at the Antarctica Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, Istanbul Modern, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The MAK Center LA, Zébulon, The Music Center LA, Human Resources, Coaxial, Iklektic, Spektrum, Goldsmith, Ikono.tv, Wilding Cran Gallery and Baert Gallery in LA and with Seymour Projects in Paris.
He hosts his monthly show Speak My Language on the radio collective Dublab.
The artist lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
Color is an Act of ReasonJasmin Blasco, Melinda Braathen, Francesca Gabbiani, Reuben Gordon, Amy MacKay, Iliodora Margellos, Jebila Okongwu 3 Aug - 14 Sep 2019Color is uncontainable. It effortlessly reveals the limits of language and evades our best attempts to impose a rational order on it... To work with color is to become acutely aware of the insufficiency of language and theory – which is both disturbing and pleasurable. -David Batchelor Baert Gallery is...