Kelli Jerome lives, studies and works in Toronto. Her entire show sold out at the Toronto Contemporary Art Fair.
“My work is an exploration of objective and nonobjective aspects of the landscape from an abstract perspective in order to question existing geographical boundaries and challenge notions pertaining to nationhood and sovereignty. This work extends beyond concepts of personal identity in relation to landscape and invents new animated spaces in which we can all exist. I explore these ideas with mixed media in order to engage with them on various levels throughout the art making process.”