1 of 2 Indiana Pacers' Chris Mullin (17) drives on Chicago Bulls' Michael Jordan (23) during the first half of Game 2 in the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday, May 19, 1998, in Chicago. Chris Jordan will be giving the keynote address at Chief Sealth International High School's World Water Week event on March 25, 2014, at 7pm at the school's auditorium. Chris Jordan's work has been exhibited across the world, including Washington, D.C., New York City, Taipei, Taiwan, and Rome, Italy, the latter two as a part of the National Geographic Eco Tour. Chris Jordan’s work explores contemporary mass culture from a variety of photographic and conceptual perspectives. We’ve highlighted Chris Jordan’s amazing work before on Inhabitat, including his Running the Numbers exhibition which illustrated the sheer volume of American consumption. It will feature 50 of Mr. Jordan’s photographs along with essays by writers Bill McKibben and Susan Zakin on the causes and consequences of the Katrina disaster. Left: Cell Phones (Atlanta) Chris Jordan, world-renowned photographer and environmental activist, showcases his stunning eye-opening presentation on the American Mass Consumption.Chris vividly documents the combined effects of our cultures of consumption.
This ongoing series looks at mass phenomena that occur on a global scale. ... Jordan exhibits a powerful image of this third world country and how Western influences have affected the country, changing its culture and the way people live. Depicts 183,000 birds, equal to the estimated number of birds that die in the United States every day from exposure to agricultural pesticides.
Measuring Mass Culture: like every day, 426,000 cell phones are discarded or 2 million plastic beverage bottles is the number used … Design your own unit . ... Chris Jordan launched yet another project called “Midway” and once again teeters on the edge between horror and beauty. Click the image to zoom. His large-scale images of massive amounts of statistically-inspired refuse make it… Chris has 4 jobs listed on their profile. Solo ExhibitUpcoming:Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA, "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (May 12 - October 14, 2012) (traveling exhibition)University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (January 27 - April 6, 2012) (traveling exhibition)Carleton College Art Gallery, Northfield, MN, "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (January 6 - … Silent Spring, 2014. Oil on canvas, 78 x 90 in.
Pigmented Ink-jet Print, 2007 Focused on the American culture of consumption and materialism, “Running the Numbers” takes a look into the world of digital photography in which Jordan beautifully captures the relationship between two paradoxes: art and statistics. ... Chris Jordan: Intolerable Beauty, New and selected works (February 21 - May 5, 2019) Southern Utah Museum of Art, Cedar City, UT - Selected works (February 2019) Barbara and Art Culver Center for the Arts, UCR ARTS, Riverside, California - New and selected works (June, 2019) Solo Exhibits. We’ve highlighted Chris Jordan’s amazing work before on Inhabitat, including his Running the Numbers exhibition which illustrated the sheer volume of American consumption. This event is free and open to the public. Search this site. Internationally known artists such as Alexis Rockman, Mark Dion and Chris Jordan are exhibited alongside Alaska artists including Sonya Kelliher-Combs and Tim Remick.
Left: Cell Phones (Atlanta) Chris Jordan, world-renowned photographer and environmental activist, showcases his stunning eye-opening presentation on the American Mass Consumption.Chris vividly documents the combined effects of our cultures of consumption. Here are examples of artwork visitors see in the exhibition. Circuit boards, Atlanta 2004 Digital artist Chris Jordan knows how to turn e-trash into photographic treasure. Paper Bags.