Jessica Tully

Jessica Tully is a Bay Area–based conceptual artist working primarily in video and participatory practices. Her site-specific choreographies and performance videos take place underwater, on football fields, at state capitols, on the Bay Bridge, and in Havana, Cuba. For her Bay Area Now 5 work, SYNDICATE, she installed four large chalk stencils depicting SFMOMA’s history of unionization outside SFMOMA’s staff entrance, one of sixteen stops on her walking tour of unionized cultural spaces. Jessica’s cell phone sleeping bag, designed for the launch of Reboot’s Sabbath Manifesto, was featured in the Style Section of the New York Times.

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