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We can see the influence of maps, graffiti, diagrams and blueprints in Jason's work. The original this print is based on was created with an intense layering process using paint, collaged elements and tape.
Milwaukee-born, Brooklyn-based painter Jason Rohlf creates abstract compositions using an explorative layering technique. Inspired by the surroundings of his daily life, Jason reconstructs the visual motifs of our information saturated era into abstract forms that make us contemplate the way we perceive and analyze the information around us. Jason attended the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and moved to New York in 1999. He has exhibited across the United States, lectured at the Pratt Institute, Bowling Green University, and Lawrence University, and was recently awarded the Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts Artist in Residency.