Janine BiunnoArtist

BROOKLYN, New York, United States
Janine's artwork typically analyzes and interprets the semiotics of the built environment. The work itself tends to address the subjective practice of understanding and representing the architecture, infrastructure and density of urban space, and how our general perception of those physical spaces is altered due to the increasing influence of the digital realm. Janine's work typically manifests itself as works on paper, often in book (zine) or installation form.
Janine Biunno (b.1982) is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University (2008) and BFA from Carnegie Mellon University (2004). She is also the head archivist at the Noguchi Museum in Queens.

Selected exhibitions include: Each Ellipse Includes a Point, Transmitter Gallery, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY (2015); The Wheaton Biennial: Drawing Out of Bounds, Wheaton College, Norton, MA (2013); How Things Stand, ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL (2012); New Prints ­Winter 2010, International Print Center of NY, New York, NY (2010); Anima Mundi, PrimoPiano Living Gallery, Lecce, Italy (2009); Rerun: The Relation Between a Symbol and a Symptom, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA (2007).

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