Existing between abstraction, graphic art, Adobe CS, and the screen, Jesse Moretti’s work aims for a place where the supposedly discrete states—flatness/dimensionality and analogue/digital—merge. By creating a feedback loop between digital and material space in the studio, she collapses and unifies the pictorial plane. Born in Miami Beach, Moretti received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in 2013. She has received residencies at MANA Contemporary ESKFF, Jersey City, and Pioneer Works Center for Arts and Innovation, Brooklyn. Recent exhibitions include a 2013 solo show at Patrick Parrish, New York, and inclusion in La Chose Encadrée at Glasgow International in 2014. Moretti teaches design at Queens College–CUNY and has lectured at École nationale des beaux-arts de Lyon, École Européenne Supérieure d’Art de Bretagne, Cranbrook Academy of Art, and Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Landscape From Above II, 2015. Digital c-print
View Through A Screen I, 2015. Digital c-print
View Through A Screen III, 2015. Digital c-print
View Through A Screen IV, 2015. Digital c-print