This is How We Walk on the Moon: Colter Jacobsen

Friday, Oct 10, 2014-Sunday, Feb 08, 2015
Colter Jacobsen
The River (detail)
2009, , Graphite on found paper,. Collection of Robin Wright and Ian Reeves, San Francisco.
Colter Jacobsen
Another Another Thought
2014, , Watercolor,, 8 ½ x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist.
Colter Jacobsen
2012, , Graphite on found paper,, 7 x 9 in. Collection of Nan Peletz, San Francisco.

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Colter Jacobsen’s time-based drawings and found object installations stand as meditations on memory and forgetting, seeing and blindness, lust and longing. The San Francisco-based artist, who has roots in the San Diego County town of Ramona, presents new work inspired by his recent travels by foot and train along the coast of California. Jacobsen’s first solo exhibition in a museum, This is How We Walk on the Moon will also include a selective survey of key works made over the past several years.

This is How We Walk on the Moon: Colter Jacobsen is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and made possible by generous lead underwriting support from the Cochrane Exhibition Fund. Additional funding is made possible by proceeds from the 2014 Biennial Art Auction. Institutional support of MCASD is provided by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture and the County of San Diego Community Enhancement Fund.