Jeannine Mullan is an experimental photographer, challenging the concepts of image making by blending various processes and materials to create both depth and mystery in her work.
She lives and works in Buffalo, NY and is currently a 2020 MFA degree candidate in Media Arts at Maine Media College in Rockport, Maine.
A delicate balance between presence and absence imbues her photography-based work with subtle energy. Influenced by Eastern aesthetic values, her art evokes an awareness of space as emerging and dissolving form.
She is passionate about family, travel, ancient philosophy and art.
In my photographic-based art, space is primary.
Freed of the desire to fill the emptiness, space becomes rich with infinite possibilities.
Both literal and psychological space inform my work.
Using layers, fragments of paper and air, I sculpt pictures that point to what is unknowable beneath the surface of what is seen.