Jovi Schnell's works explore the metaphorical intersections between diverse fields of knowledge. Her idiosyncratic process attempts to reflect the psychology of living within the complex spectrum of the Information age. Schnell’s recent imagery integrates color systems, cosmology diagrams, tangential schematics, chance operations, language and subjects that examine our relationships to nature and technology. She lives and works in San Francisco and is senior adjunct faculty at the California College of the Arts and is visiting faculty at The San Francisco Art Institute. Ms. Schnell’s work has been exhibited throughout many galleries and institutions including the Stedelijk Bureau Museum in Amsterdam, The Brooklyn Museum, The Drawing Center in New York, The Williams College Museum, PS1, The Derek Eller Gallery, The Luggage Store Gallery, and Gregory Lind Gallery in San Francisco. Her work has received reviews in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Flash Art, Art in America, and Art on Paper. In 2010 she also began to work in the public realm receiving commissions from the San Francisco Arts Commission as well as the Art In Embassies program.
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**Image shown is: Honeycomb Hideaway 2012