jargonist is a project space collaborated by artists who educate and educators who make art. This is something we do as a way of life. We work together to respond to our circumstances and share resources when they are in ample or in meek supply. Our efforts continue the legacy of sharing through curation and creativity undeterred by borders, schools, media, or beauty.
jargonist serves as a meeting point where our practices converge. Here, we cross rifts and question supposed borders to fortify one another. We flirt with autonomy and conceptualize what it means to be contemporaries. Our shifting perspectives are ways of seeing, seeking, and speaking vital to the reformation of representations and learning. Above all, we celebrate what it means to learn from one another.
On this site you will find artworks, interpersonal and public engagements, experiments, and shared resources. We hope that it is fun, we hope that you find comfort in any discomfort, and we hope you draw few conclusions. Most of all, we hope you find a good reason to explore beyond your current knowledge.
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jargonist is run by Kristina Bivona as part of her studio art and teaching practice. The site is both curated and administered by her and she is glad to answer any questions, connect you to any artists, and share any points on the evolving and experimental format of jargonist. The website and our artists are sponsored by Columbia University Teachers College.