Overwhelmed, In Color

Art and art history lecturer Jessica Eastburn’s paintings “information overload” were exhibited at the Maude Kerns Art Center in Oregon.

There are many legitimate ways to respond to the barrage of imagery—advertising! social media! all media!—in modern life. Art and art history lecturer Jessica Eastburn painted her response as part of a show that ran in Maude Kerns Art Center in Eugene, Ore., in summer 2021.

The exhibit, “Imagery Overload,” featured several artists’ interpretations of how they respond to social and commercial imagery of modern life. Eastburn’s cartoonishly wild and colorful, imagery-packed paintings mimic the “cacophony of information” available to us at any given moment.

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