‘Coping Copy’ by Jennyfer Haddad, Deirdre Sargent and Jeffrey Scudder at Konstanet

Duration: 2017 04 17

KonstanetKonstanet is pleased to invite you to the online opening of our first ever group exhibition, Coping Copy by Jennyfer Haddad, Deirdre Sargent, Jeffrey Scudder, launching on 17 April.


Our reality of existence straddles two plains; an online realm and the physical space, often becoming parallel representations of one another. Using this model as a mode of presentation, Coping Copy at Konstanet, simultaneously displays work online and in a gallery space. In Coping Copy, the underlying themes of relationships, technology, and memory are negotiated through video, text, and sculpture.

All of the physical and online work, six pieces in total, insert the belief that our contemporary lives are not singular existences, but divided by the digital and the real. The interplay between the work in Coping Copy reveals a non-narrative vantage point. From this, the viewer imbues their own experiences of the self in a symbiosis of form and formlessness.

– Daniel Herwitt


Jennyfer Haddad (b. 1983) mixes the boundaries of fiction and reality while she often takes the role of the silent narrator, the observer and the operator who stages situations, investigating the story behind it. Haddad graduated from Yale University School of Art, MFA, 2013 and the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, BFA, 2010.

Deirdre Sargent (b. 1985) is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY working with sculpture, photography, and video. She earned a MFA from Yale School of Art and a BFA from Pratt Institute.

Jeffrey Scudder (b. 1989) lives and works in Maine and Massachusetts where he spends his time programming and making pictures. He has taught at UCLA and Parsons The New School for Design and worked previously at the design studio Linked by Air. Jeffrey received an MFA in Sculpture from Yale University School of Art in 2013.

Thank you:
Estonian Ministry of Culture
Contemporary Art Museum Estonia

More information: http://konstanet.com/

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April 21, 2017
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