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Myoclonic/Tonic Clonic"
Medium: Collagraph, collage, screenprint and stitching on paper and fabric
Dimensions: 15" x 28" (unframed)
Year created: 2007
Location: New York Print Works
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Myoclonic/Tonic Clonic" Gail Biederman

Biederman uses the visual language of mapping to examine the connections between body, identity, and place. For the artist, maps can help define where she is not only physically, but temporally and emotionally. Creating mood as much as meaning, her maps reconstruct places and events and restore them as new experiences.


Gail Biederman

Recently, Biederman completed a residency in the Artists’ Alliance Rotating Studio Program.  She has also participated in the Bronx Museum’s AIM program and the Lower East Side Printshop’s Special Editions Residency, from which these prints are derived.  She has presented solo exhibitions at Artspace, New Haven and the Fine Arts Gallery at Westchester Community College.  She also exhibited at the Bronx Museum of Art, the Katonah Museum of Art, Islip Art Museum’s Carriage House, Smack Mellon, and Exit Art.