Join artist Jason Bailer Losh for a Point-of-View Tour of B. Wurtz: This Has No Name. Losh is known for creating multi-dimensional forms out of common, commercial, and domestic objects. The LA-based artist will discuss the work on view in This Has No Name and elaborate on his own artistic kinship with Wurtz’s sculpture.
Born and raised in rural Iowa as the son of a carpenter, Jason Bailer Losh’s artistic practice led him to New York City in his late twenties where he later received his MFA from the School of Visual Art. After spending six years in New York, he relocated to Los Angeles in 2011. The combination of Losh’s connection to Midwest America and his extensive international travels has resulted in a studio practice that plays off and upends modernist aesthetics through the use of humor and levity. References to domesticity, family, and heritage are staples of the work.