Jen Besemer

Jen Besemer works with words, actions and images to expose hidden relationships (and discover new ones) between and within those media. “Misusing” text, processes and products to create camouflaged or hybrid forms, she comments on the entrenched systems of contemporary life and the unresolved contradictions they generate. Recent work appeared or will appear this spring and fall in Jellyroll, PANK and ARTIFICE, and at The Fridge in Washington, D.C.

The three pieces above are part of an ongoing project called Weasels, Wagoners, Yaks, which is a mixed-genre adaptation of text from a 1904 handbook on sewage analysis.
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