Alumnus David B. Jang ’99 was interviewed by Daniel Rolnik in the January 17, 2012 issue of Argot & Ochre a digital platform that shares art news, interviews, and commentary. Jang’s large-scale works, from an array of 80 fans whirring to 18 functioning printers suspended from the ceiling to dozens of water bottles clattering in unison, are discussed and shown in the interview.
The art critic Peter Frank has described Jang’s work as “material abstractions since they behave like paintings, but aren't paintings.”
106 by 30 by 264 inches
disassembled printers, fax machines, and chip bag film