Artist Projects

Jessica Irish is an experimental, multi-faceted view of an urban information zone: a merging of architectural structures, information technologies and inflatable forms. Visually, the project functions as an interactive city-scape. It grows out of billboards, roofs and inflatable signs that portray the separation of the physical world from the increasingly invisible stream of digital information that defines a media-saturated environment. The project is a question or a premise rather than a statement or product. Inflat-o-scape is a fabricated “space” creating a new “landscape” that is part fiction, part history, part failure and part theoretical database.

Project Updates

  • 2001: Irish conducts lecture on at UC San Diego

  • 2001: is exhibited at the Dixon Art Center at UCLA

  • 2003: is exhibited at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena CA