Local Time,  2015, Installation View, Two-Way Mirror against Interior Windows at Dusk, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, Columbus, OH
Local Time, 2015, Installation View, Two-Way Mirror against Interior Windows at Dusk, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, Columbus, OH
Sun Compass Manual,   1927, 2015, Installation View (entry way posting), Pioneer Instrument
Sun Compass Manual, 1927, 2015, Installation View (entry way posting), Pioneer Instrument's Instructional Manual from the Archives of The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Color Xerox, 8.5x11 inches
Local Time,   2015, Installation View, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Local Time, 2015, Installation View, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Double Sun 3,   2015, Installation View, Illuminated Photograph Mounted on Plexi, 48 x 80 inches,The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Double Sun 3, 2015, Installation View, Illuminated Photograph Mounted on Plexi, 48 x 80 inches,The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Double Sun 3,   2015, Archival Pigment Print, Dimensions Variable
Double Sun 3, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Dimensions Variable
Local Time,  2015, Installation View, Two-Way Mirror Glass against Windows,The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Local Time, 2015, Installation View, Two-Way Mirror Glass against Windows,The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects
Local Time,  Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time, Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time,  Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time, Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time,  Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time, Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time,  Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time, Monograph, Coil bound, 118 pages, Color Laser Prints with Multi-Colored Vellum (uniquely arranged in each book), Published by The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time,  Monograph, Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Coil bound, 118 pages, color photographs with multi-colored translucent vellum, arranged uniquely in each book, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Local Time, Monograph, Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Coil bound, 118 pages, color photographs with multi-colored translucent vellum, arranged uniquely in each book, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, 2015, Ed. of 125
Sandstorm,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Sandstorm, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 5,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 5, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 6,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 6, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 3,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 3, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 9,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 9, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 1,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 1, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 12,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 12, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 11,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 11, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 9,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 9, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 2,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 2, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 11,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 11, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 4,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 4, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 7,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 7, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 8,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
View 8, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Double Sun 8,   2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Double Sun 8, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Double Sun 4,   2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Double Sun 4, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 10,  2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Glass Horizon 10, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, Variable Dimensions
Information

Local Time, solo exhibition, The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, Columbus, OH
COR&P

The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects presents Jessica Mallios: Local Time, an exhibition and publication project based on ephemeral shifts of light, time, and material inspired by Mallios’ recent trip to Dubai.

The trip was totally a hunch. I’ve been thinking about utopian aspirations that emphasize a desired view.

In Dubai, I didn’t know exactly what I was searching for besides the Burj Khalifa’s marketed strategy: the tallest tower in the world.

The physical experience of the atmospheric conditions of light, sand, glass, and heat blurred my eyesight.

Glass architecture always references the camera— the barrier we always look through.

A live view, an unfixed view.

Tethered to the history of photography and seeing.

The glass is a material dialectic between looking through and looking at simultaneously, just as a photograph is a thing to see as well as a thing to see with.

Expectation is something that interests me when I look at images.

I often think about how vantage can become authoritative.