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Jeremy Wineberg is a visual artist working in painting, drawing, sculpture and video media. His work has been shown across the United States and has recently dealt with mapping, synthenasia, psychogeography, divination and chaos. He currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin, where he also edits the Spackle Madison blog and co-curates Little Galleries exhibitions.

Contact:
jeremy [at] jeremywineberg [dot] net
608-852-1084

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All photography by Jeremy Wineberg unless otherwise noted.

All work on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

updated June 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

Currently:

Jeremy is working on a show for the Madison Central Library's Bubbler soon to open in the Diane Endres Ballweg. Gravity Shifts will be on display July and August of 2015. An opening reception will be held in conjunction with the library's Night Light on July 10th, 8-11pm. Ghost stories and drinks by forequater will also be served.

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Jeremy is also working on a fantastic collaboration with artist Teresa Getty, more soon!

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Recent Work:

Wishes at the Madison Children's Museum's "Surprise" window on Hamilton Street and the windows of the rest of the museum in the Fall of 2013, with help from 100 participants at a work shop held at the museum in September 2013. Check out video documentation of Wishes installation on Vimeo.

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Tuck, a laminated corrugated, gilded cardboard sculpture, created for the Little Mifflin Gallery.

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Whence, a series of corrugated cardboard sculptures, and Deep Heart of Things, a video installation, were part of Madison Central Library's Stacked Event in September of 2013. Video documentation of Deep heart of Things can be found on Vimeo.

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Video collaboration with amazing artist Toby Kauffman-Buhler: How Big the Little World Felt was also screened at the Madison Central Library's Video Art Screen in October of 2013

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New Prints are available for purchase and viewing pleasure