Aaron Flint Jamison (American, b. 1979) makes works that frequently concern flow—of information, breath, capital—and that which impedes or facilitates it. These concerns inform objects, poems, spreadsheets, performances, and books that relate to or support the archiving and distribution of data.
Jamison has had solo exhibitions at Gta Exhibition, ETH Zurich; Artists Space, New York; Artspeak, Vancouver; and Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva. His work was included in the Liverpool Biennial (2014) and Rennes Biennial (2016). He will also participate in the upcoming Whitney Biennial (2017). Jamison co-founded the contemporary arts space Yale Union (Portland, Oregon) in 2008 and the artist-run center Department of Safety (Anacortes, Washington) from 2002-2010. He is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Veneer Magazine. Jamison holds the position of Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Washington in Seattle.