Marisa Morán Jahn
“For over 2000 years, women have used reproductive technologies to enable self-determination — and the human right to reproductive access and women’s pleasure are values I want to monumentalize through public art sculpture.”
Marisa Morán Jahn’s artworks redistribute power, “exemplifying the possibilities of art as social practice” (Artforum) and have engaged millions through worker centers, the New Museum, PBS, and Univision. Of Chinese and Ecuadorian descent, Jahn has received awards from Creative Capital, Tribeca, Sundance, and Obama’s White House; founded Studio REV-; and teaches at MIT, Columbia, and The New School. Key works include CareForce, NannyVan, Bibliobandido, Video Slink Uganda, and most recently, Snatchural History of Copper.