Jordan Black
McKinney, Texas

Black’s work presents The Ubiquitous, an entity that propagates into subhuman beings that ravage the deserts in search of sacrificial circles or homing beacons. Their physical nature is heavily influenced by:

Languid, liquid human body language;
the otherworldly visage and tenacity of plant life; 
the heaving monstrosity of mountains and rock formations;
and the joyous allegory of movie monsters, puppets, and pulp fantasy.

The Ubiquitous is explored in Black’s whimsical writings and intensive drawings which are characterized by her mark’s immediacy; and her work seeks to understand this Being’s purpose, function, and correlation to her own life.