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Jeffrey Gibson on his video commission
Artist Jeffrey Gibson reflects on his video commission by the Wattis.

Conceived during the Covid-19 pandemic, Gibson's video Nothing is Eternal reflects on the cultural meaning of the American flag during a time of social and political unrest. In this video, the artist speaks of his process in making Nothing is Eternal, Audre Lorde, and reclaiming beauty.




Jeffrey Gibson's off-site and online video presentations of Nothing is Eternal took place in 2020. Click here for images and more information.

Jeffrey Gibson (b. 1972, Colorado, US) lives and works in the Hudson Valley, New York. Previous exhibitions include, Jeffrey Gibson, LIKE A HAMMER, organized by the Denver Art Museum, and This Is The Day, organized by The Wellin Museum. Other notable solo exhibitions include: The Anthropophagic Effect (2019) The New Museum, New York; Look How Far We’ve Come! (2017), Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee; Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me, (2017), Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, Oklahoma City; and A Kind of Confession (2016), Savannah College of Art and Design Museum, Savannah. Gibson is a recipient of a 2019 MacArthur Foundation grant.