WILD for PULSE: A Look into Jennifer Dalton’s Art Studio

Artist Jennifer Dalton‘s artwork doesn’t come from being inspired, it comes from being annoyed. From documenting toxic neighborhoods in Brooklyn to repurposing a years worth of junk mail credit card offers, Dalton is able to transfer her irritation into a beautiful artwork that is both relatable and good humored.

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To celebrate PULSE’s 10 year anniversary and new location right on the beach, The WILD is taking an intimate look into the studios of some of the fair’s most exciting talent. We speak with Dalton in her East Williamsburg studio and delve into her new work that she’ll be showing with Winkleman Gallery at the upcoming PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in Miami December 4-7th, 2014.

Interview by Kate Messinger
Film by Livia Coullias Blanc
Music: “Air” by Ducky

Special thanks to PULSE Miami, Winkleman Gallery, Glenda Cortez, Michael Valinsky, Tiana Web Evans, Austin Mill, Caitlin Britton, and Helen Toomer.

text by: Kate Messinger










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