“The three short, related videos that make up this strong show were filmed on glacial islands between the top of Norway and the North Pole. In them, we travel through into the hallucinatory darkness of ice caves, into mines deep under the earth, and into a white fade-out of Arctic light, accompanied by music from heaven and hell.”


Holland Cotter, “The Arctic Trilogy,” New York Times, 17 February 2011.


Artist’s Website

resume (pdf)

Exhibitions

Janet Biggs (2011)

Publications

"No Limits: Janet Biggs", 2012

Selected Bibliography

"Spotlight on Sandy: Janet Biggs," La Napoule Art Foundation Blog, June 18, 2013

Andrea Kirsh, "David Page’s Camp X and From Here to There at Rutgers’ Stedman Gallery, Camden," The Art Blog, May 11, 2013

Allison Meier, "Somewhere Beyond Nowhere and a Sugar Carpet," Hyperallergic, January 17, 2013

Barbara Pollack, "Janet Biggs," Art in America, May 2011

"TWI-NY Talk: Janet Biggs," This Week in New York Blog, March 9, 2011

Benjamin Sutton, "Exploration Art: Janet Biggs and Duke Riley Scout Forgotten Islands and Dark Tunnels," L Magazine, February 28, 2011

Charlie Finch, "Coal Miner's Daughter," Artnet, February 25, 2011

Holland Cotter, "Janet Biggs: 'The Arctic Trilogy,'" New York Times, February 17, 2011

Travis Jeppesen, "Critics' Pick: Janet Biggs" [Mint Museum], Artforum January 27, 2011

Nord Wennerstrom, "Review of show at Conner Contemporary Art," ArtForum, October 2010, 2010

Janet Biggs

Kawah Ijen Project

Kawah Ijen Project

Fade to White

Fade to White

In the Cold Edge

In the Cold Edge

Brightness All Around

Brightness All Around

Duet

Duet

Vanishing Point

Vanishing Point

Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

Enemy of the Good

Enemy of the Good

Airs Above the Ground

Airs Above the Ground


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