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  1. Jim Isermann. Untitled (Frome), 2008

    Jim Isermann. Untitled (Frome), 2008

Jim Isermann

Jim Isermann’s practice divides into intensive studio work for gallery and museum exhibitions and design and commissioned projects that utilize industrial manufacturing processes that are then integrated into architectural situations. His work often erodes the distinction between art and design and employs vibrant, algorithmical patterns and repeating modules to create murals, wall hangings, furniture and sculptural installations.

From functional installations to discrete objects Isermann has maintained an unflagging belief in the beauty of utilitarian design. He has explored traditional handicraft techniques and their polar relationships to fine art and craftsmanship to produce work that is unashamedly beautiful, but a beauty created through the integral limitations and specific characteristics of fabrication processes.