Day in, Day out
Claude Y. Jeong, Juliette Sardou, Ji Soo Na, Johmaris Ramos.
Day In, Day Out
“Day In, Day Out,” curated by Tyler Rowland, centers around everyday life and the
creative rituals of four artists who turn their daily existences into art. Juliette
Sardou‘s domestic hyper-objects use fantasy and play to add a whimsical layer of fun
and funk to the bland interior settings of our mundane lives. Claude Y. Jeong‘s paintings
mix the micro-importance of a moment with the monumental morphing of matter that
is continuously going on above our heads. Ji Soo Na cuts, preserves, scans, draws and
prints physical matter to document time on a daily basis. Johmaris Ramos‘ video
installation depicts the epic journey of her father’s immigration from Peru to the United
States. The goal of getting to the United States and the grueling effort needed to cross
the border mirrors the perseverance and determination one needs to become a U.S.
citizen—not everyone makes it and sometimes it takes a generation or two to achieve