Jesse Eric Schmidt is a process-oriented conceptualist who uses actions and objects to interrogate and reconfigure methodologies surrounding art. He makes art in and about everyday situations in order to deconstruct, provoke, and rearrange ideas about our behavioral lures and their implicative consequences. He uses art practice to keep curiosity
rigorous through designing projects that advance questions. Jesse Eric Schmidt has formal education in architecture, psychology, and kinesiology. He received his MFA in New Genres on a merit-based fellowship at the San Francisco Art Institute. He has participated in art residencies and juried exhibitions internationally. His working practice is a commentary on training in the fields of art and existence, which operates as a collection of studies that focus on programmatic techniques for responsiveness, investigation, and critical being.
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