katarina jerinic

Workspace Residency, BAXTER ST at Camera Club of New York, New York, NY

Project Grant, Puffin Foundation, Teaneck, NJ

Cuts and Burns Residency, OUTPOST Artist Resources, Ridgewood, Queens, NY

iLANDing Laboratory grant, iLAND, New York, NY (with Zena Bibler and Juliette Spertus).

Artist Residency, Tokamak, Helsinki International Artist Program, Helsinki, Finland

Project Commission, Temple Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Project Commission, Times Square Alliance, New York, NY

Artist Residency, Harold Arts, Chesterhill, OH

Artist-in-Residence Workspace Grant, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

Local Inbound Residency, Apexart, New York, NY

Swing Space Residency, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY

Community Arts Regrant, Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, NY

Project Grant, Black Rock Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA,

Space Grant, chashama, New York, NY

Artist Residency Fellowship, MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH

Artist in the Marketplace, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

Artist Residency, Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY

Aaron Siskind Foundation Award, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY


Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals., Baxter St at CCNY, New York, NY

Cloud Drift, Public project along the Gowanus Canal, presented by New York City Department of Transportation's art program in partnership with Gowanus Souvenir Shop, Brooklyn, NY

Astronomy of the Asphalt Ecliptic, Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Cloud Shadows and Drifting Vapors, Gowanus Souvenir Shop, Brooklyn, NY

An earthwork can reveal an invisible landscape and also form an exit ramp,
Songs for Presidents, Ridgewood, Queens, NY

Wanderings and Wonderings: Storm King by the Stars, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY

Visitor Center for Erratic Monuments, Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Mountains in the area have formed over some time, Temple Gallery, Tyler School of Art,
Philadelphia,PA (project commission)

The Work Office (TWO), Times Square Alliance, New York, NY (with Naomi Miller)

A summit is a local point of elevation, Gridspace, Brooklyn, NY

The Work Office (TWO), Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY (with Naomi Miller)

The Work Office (TWO), LMCC Swing Space at 156 William Street, New York, NY (with Naomi Miller)

The Work Office (TWO)
, chashama 112 Times Square Art Space, New York, NY (with Naomi Miller)

Cartophilia Gowanus, Gowanus Souvenir Shop, Brooklyn, NY

Reconceived Notions, STAND4 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Self Storage (Archiving Gowanus), Flux Factory, Long Island City, NY

En Masse: Books Orchestrated, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

NEESH Spring Fling, Aquarius Studios, Queens, NY

Strange Landscapes, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

Threaded Archetypes, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY

Then and Now: Ten Years of Artist Residencies, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY; travels to Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY.

Notes on a Working Space (organized by Laura F. Gibellini) El Museo de Los Sures, Brooklyn, NY

Moynihan Station Jobs and Opportunities, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY

Mapping Brooklyn, BRIC House and Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY

Featured Artist Project: SP Weather Reports (2008-2013), Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

Housewarming: Notions of Home From the Center of the Universe, BRIC House, Brooklyn, NY (Project Room collaboration with Chad Stayrook) (catalog)

Come Together: Surviving Sandy, presented by the Dedalus Foundation, the Brooklyn Rail, and the Jamestown Charitable Foundation; Industry City, Brooklyn, NY

Hall of the Gowanus, Proteus Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY

Lost and Found II, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY

Battle Ground, Proteus Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY

100 NYC Artists, PopUp Art Shop, Barranquilla, Colombia

sal.lies, 7 Dunham, Brooklyn, NY

Peekskill Project V, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY

Stardust, 1591 Gallery, Rahway, NJ

Anywhere But Here, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY

Mutual Friends, Present Company, Brooklyn, NY

Shifting Communities: The Work Office (TWO), Publicworks Office (PwO) and Work Progress Collective (WPC), Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY (with Naomi Miller)

CInc Art: The Convention on Incorporated Art, CentralTrak Gallery, University of Texas, Dallas, TX (with The Work Office (TWO)/Naomi Miller).

30: A Brooklyn Salon, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

Bahia Cupino: Nadando Alrededor, Estacion Ferrocarril de Bolivar, Puerto Colombia, Colombia

Distance, Grady Alexis Gallery, New York, NY

Artist-in-Residence Workspace Program, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

Absence, Queens Museum of Art, Queens NY

Conflux Festival, New York, NY

X-treme Studio, A + D Gallery, Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, IL (with The Work Office
(TWO)/Naomi Miller).

Reanimation Library occupies Gridspace, Gridspace, Brooklyn, NY

New Prints 2010/Winter, IPCNY, New York, NY

Natural Histories, Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY

ConfluxCity, Conflux Festival, New York, NY

SP Weather Station - Weather Reports, AHN/VHS, Philadelphia, PA

Interface: Nature, Nurtureart Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Queens International 4, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY (with SP Weather Station)

Creative Cartographies, Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

A Wrinkle in Time, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

Theory and Practice, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ (catalog)

In the Country of Last Refuge, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ (catalog)

Faculty Exhibition, Westchester Art Workshop, White Plains, NY

Points of Departure: Inner and Outer Journeys in Contemporary Art, Fox Art Gallery,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (catalog)

Mutilated/Cultivated Environments,
The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY, (catalog)

Art of the Word, Haven Arts, Bronx, NY

AIM 26, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, DUMBO Art Center, Brooklyn, NY

Limit Edge Boundary Asymptote: The Fine Lines of Human Space, City Without
Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ (catalog)

Media[less] Medium: Short Works in Video, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the
Arts, Boston, MA

Impromptu, California Museum of Photography, University of California,
Riverside, CA

Plain, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY

“Making-do in New York,” Cahiers intempestifs, no. 27, 2013.

"Critic’s Pick: The Work Office,” New York Magazine, 7/22/2009.

Barton, Carol and Alexander Campos, “Mutilated/Cultivated Environments.” New York: The Center
For Book Arts, 2006.

Battenfield, Jackie and Elizabeth Ferrer, 30: A Brooklyn Salon. Brooklyn: BRIC Rotunda Gallery, 2011.

Beckwith, Naomi and Liliana Milkova, “Points of Departure: Inner and Outer Journeys in
Contemporary Art (On Memory, Sites, Migrations, and Maps).” Philadelphia, PA: Penn
Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, 2007.

Bellatoni, Ralph J., “Star Light, Star Bright: Rahway Exhibit Revels in Heavenly Sights,” Asbury
Park Press
, 10/18/2012.

Bischoff, Dan, "Connecting Art and the Everyday," The Star Ledger, 8/01/2004.

Blumenthal, Carl, “Proteus Gowanus, Old Stone House Join for Battle of Brooklyn Exhibits,”
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
, 5/13/13, p 2.

Clements, Alexis, “Excavating Layers Under the Landscape,” Hyperallergic, 9/16/2016

Covert, Bryce, "How Do We Value Art? Two projects summon the spirit of the WPA," New Deal 2.0, 7/13/2010.

Davis, Evonne M., “Theory and Practice,” Newark, NJ: Gallery Aferro, 2008.

De Meglio, Michele, "Taking It to the Streets of DUMBO," 24/7, 10/10/2005.

Devine, Erin, “Landscape Art is Pushed to New Limits in Arlington Arts Center’s ‘Strange Landscapes,’” Washington City Paper, 7/22/2016

Duncan, Charles, ArtDispatch Podcast Program 3, 2/22/2006, www.artdispatch.com.

Finnegan, Molly, “Open for Business at ‘The Work Office,’” Art Beat, The Online NewsHour with
Jim Lehrer
, 7/24/2009.

Gaurín, Martha, “Confabulación en Puerto para hacer nuevo arte,” El Heraldo, Barranquilla,
Colombia, 9/16/2011.

Gomez, Enrico, “Housewarming,” Wagmag, 11/1/13.

Hammes, Lynda, “A New Deal for Artists? Get Paid This Friday Night by The Work Office,”
Dossier Journal
, 7/23/2009.

Harmon, Katharine, You Are Here: NYC: Mapping the Soul of the City, Princeton Architectural Press, 2016

Iacavone, Mike, “Wild World,” BmoreArt, 9/30/2016

Jenkins, Mark, “In the galleries: ‘Strange Landscapes’ explores gardens of unearthly delights,” The Washington Post, 9/15/2016

Kahn, Baseera and Johanna Taylor, “A Wrinkle in Time.” Brooklyn: BRIC Rotunda Gallery, 2008.

Meier, Allison, “Navigating Brooklyn from the 17th to the 21st Centuries,” Hyperallergic, April 8, 2015.

Malone, Beth, “The Work Office,” NYFA Current, 5/26/2010.

Newhall, Edith, “Give Temple a Whirl,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 12/11/2011.

Potter, Melissa. "X-Treme Studio", Art Papers, January-February, 2011, Vol. 35. Atlanta. P.44

Quigley, Ryan, “Hitting the Mark,” New York Arts Magazine, July / August 2006.

Steinhauer, Jillian, "ArtRx NYC: Beautifying a Leftover Piece of Land," Hyperallergic, May 10, 2016.

Valentin, Rhina. "OPEN." BronxNet.org, 13 January 2012.

Wilcox, Emma, “In the Country of Last Refuge.” Newark, NJ: Gallery Aferro, 2007.

Yee, Lydia and Erin Salazar, AIM 26. Bronx, NY: The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2006.


Panelist, Map as Metaphor, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY, April 2016

Guest Lecturer, Activating Urban Spaces, The New School, New York, NY, September 2015

Collaborator in artist workshop, Use Values: Re/Imagining Urban Waste, iLANDING Laboratory
with Zena Bibler and Juliette Spertus, Brooklyn, NY May 2015.

Artist Tour, Visit to Erratic Monuments, presented by BRIC, Brooklyn, NY, March 2015.

Guest Lecturer, Introduction to Study of Visual Experience, Hunter College, New York, NY, March 2013.

Visiting Lecturer, Sidewalk Topographics, University Forum Lecture Series, University of Nevada,
Las Vegas, February 2013.

Artist talk, Pretty Conceptual, Present Company, Brooklyn, NY, December 2012.

Artist talk, Anywhere But Here, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY, October 2012.

Guest Lecturer, Image and Text, School at International Center of Photography, August 2011.

Artist talk, Artist-in-Residence Workspace Program, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY,
May 2011.

Artist talk, Fracture, A-Lab Forum, Crossing Art Gallery, Queens, NY, April 2010.

Guest Lecturer, Sophmore Seminar in Photography, Parsons The New School for Design,
New York, NY April 2010.

Artist Talk, Conversations Program of Talks, Panel Discussions and Roundtables, Verge Art Fair,
New York, NY (with The Work Office (TWO)/Naomi Miller), March 2010.

Guest Lecturer, Anytown/Crashlab, Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY,
March 2010.

Artist talk, Artist Forum: Enacting Change: The Artist’s Role in Social and Political Transformation,
Art in General, New York, NY (with The Work Office (TWO)/Naomi Miller), December 2009.

Guest Lecturer, Concentrating on the Visual: Painting, Sculpture, and Printmaking,
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, July 2009.

Artist talk, President Street Forum, Brooklyn, NY (with The Work Office (TWO)/Naomi Miller), June 2009.

Instructor, Digital Photography, Center for the Arts, Westchester Community College,
White Plains, NY, 2007.

Adjunct Lecturer, History of Photography, American University, Washington, DC, 2006.

Adjunct Lecturer, Principles of Photography, American University, Washington, DC,

MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

BA, American University, Washington, DC



KATARINA JERINIC lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

EMAIL: kjerinic@gmail.com

I make photographs, maps and invented navigational guides that respond to and intervene in urban environments, drawing attention to interactions with surrounding spaces. My projects begin from observations made while walking in the city and simultaneously wandering through ideas about landscape. I take some cues from the Situationists and their experiments in psychogeography, a reaction to the commercialization and homogeneity of the post-war European city. I am interested too in the evocative potential of a city's terrains vague, described a generation later by architect Ignasi de Sola-Morales. These are the expectant spaces at the margins of the ordered world–fluctuating, free and unengaged. Now, there is a need to reuse and reinvent the artifacts of 20th Century cities. What are the possibilities?

collaborations and contributions
street signs became flags that mark mountaintops
beautification this sit
one step is 3.6 million miles
proposals for...(temporary projects)
studies in geology
the limits of topography
sidewalk drawings
signs and landmarks
neighborhood maps
here and there
erratic monument