Jason Peters has a way of making you reconsider reality and space.
Mr. Peters studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art and acquires his BA in Fine Arts in Sculpture and a Minor in Asian Art History. Since then he has 11 solo shows (last one Reversed Polarities in 2011) and is part of an average of 2-3 group shows per year since 1999. You do the math.
His installations investigate the relationships of actual space, environment and materials with the viewer’s inherent and often programmed opinions of them. His goal is to challenge intrinsic perceptions by suggesting that the objects of our reality are not always what they seem. Mr. Peters uses found objects because they help redefine prescribed meanings and values, especially when assembled into entirely different structures. Below you can see my picks from 2011, 2010 and 2009.