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NEWJERSEYARTISTSERIESNEWJERSEYSTATEMUSEUMITRENTONThispublicationaccompaniestheNewJerseyArtistSeriesexhibitiononviewattheNewJerseyStateMuseumTrentonfromOctober122013throughFebruary22014TheNewJerseyArtistSerieshighlightstheworkofartistsbornlivingorworkinginNewJersey.CatalogueDesignJulianneDommEditorMargaretM.OReilly2013NewJerseyStateMuseumTrentonDahliaElsayedretainsallcopyrighttoherstatementsandorimagesofherartwork.Allrightsreserved.Nopartofthispublicationmaybereproducedortransmittedinanyformorbyanymeanselectronicdigitalormechanicalwithoutwrittenpermissionofthepublisherexceptforportionsusedbyreviewersorbyeducatorsforclassroomuse.Unlessotherwisenotedallinformationimagesandstatementshavebeensuppliedbytheartist.FundingforthiscataloguehasbeenprovidedbytheFriendsoftheNewJerseyStateMuseumthroughtheLucilleM.ParisFund.COVERIMAGESomeHeavyIndulgencesI2009detailHitherandYon ItAlsoSpannedSeasonsI2006 JulyBroughtSmokeandMirrorsI2011 AbouttheNewJerseyStateMuseumandtheNewJerseyArtistSeriesInitsearliestincarnationstheNewJerseyStateMuseumwasamuchdifferentinstitutionthantheexpansivediverseanddynamicinstitutionitistoday.Establishedin1895bytheNewJerseyStateLegislatureandGovernorGeorgeWertswithcollectionsdrawnfromtheStatesGeologicSurveysbeguninthe1830stheMuseumwashousedinasmallspaceintheStateHouse.AtthattimetheMuseumspurposewastocollectandexhibitspecimensinnaturalhistoryarchaeologyandindustrialhistory.Itwastherststatemuseuminthecountryorganizedwitheducationasitsprimarymission.Between1900and1912theStateMuseumstrengtheneditsarchaeologyfocusbyinitiatingaeldresearchprogram.In1929expandedspaceinthenewlyconstructedStateHouseAnnexpermittedextensiveexhibitionsofthenaturalhistoryandNewJerseyprehistorycollections.DecorativeartsbecameathirdcollectioneldatthistimewhentheStateMuseumexpandeditsfocusbeyondindustrialhistorytoincludethemanufactureofceramics.Theethnographiccollectionwasinitiatedin1932whentheStateMuseumpurchasedpartofanexhibitionofNorthAmericanIndianart.Whiletherewasnoofcialfocusonneartintheseearlyyearsexhibitionsofpaintingsdrawingsprintsandsculpturewerepresentedasearlyas1929.OrganizedbytheLadiesArtCommitteetheseexhibitionsshowcasedartfromaroundthestateandaroundtheworld.NewJerseysartistswerefeaturedinbiennialexhibitionsbrieyinpartnershipwithTheNewarkMuseum.Inadditiontotheseexhibitionsillustrationcostumedesignarchitecturecraftsstainedglassandotherdiverseformsofcreativeoutputwereshown.Growinginterestineducationandcultureinthelate1950sresultedintheconstructionofthemodernculturalcomplexneartheStateHouse.Openedin1965theMuseumscampusasweknowittodayincludesthemainbuildingaplanetariumandanauditorium.Inthemid-1960sneartformallybecametheMuseumsfourthcollectionarea.TheexhibitionsofworksbyNewJerseyartistscontinuedthroughto1970whentheStateMuseumcreatedtheBureauofFineArtandhiredcuratorstrainedinartandarthistory.Averyprescientdecisionwasmadein1970tofocustheFineArtcollectiononAmericanartbeginninginthe19thcenturyhighlightingNewJerseyartistsandtheircontributionstothehistoryofAmericanart.AsfewmuseumswerefocusingsolelyonAmericanartatthetimetheStateMuseumwasabletobuildanesurveycollectionthatreectsthebreadthoftheartcreatedinthiscountry.TheroleofNewJerseysownartiststhosebornlivingorworkinginthestateisprominentintheAmericanartstory.ThecontributionsofGeorgeInnessSusanWatersCharlesB.LawrenceBenShahnDorotheaLangeAlfredStieglitzJohnMarinJacobLawrenceGraceHartiganTonySmithRoyLichtensteinGeorgeSegalGeorgeTiceWillieColeandmanyotherNewJerseyanshavebeencriticaltotheadvancementofanAmericanaesthetic.TheNewJerseyArtistSeriescontinuestobeimportanttotheexhibitingartistsandtoStateMuseumaudiences.TheMuseumisprivilegedtopresenttheextraordinarydiversityandvitalityofourstatescontemporaryartistsandreinforcethevalueofartinourlives.Fortheartiststheseriescanbealaboratoryfornewideasbyestablishedartistsabreakoutexhibitionforemergingprofessionalsoranopportunitytolookbothretro-andprospectivelyattheworkofanartistinmid-career.TheSeriesallowstheartiststohavetheirworkseenbyawiderangeofvisitorssomewhovisitspecicallytoviewtheirworksandotherswhomayhavecomeforourexhibitionsandprogramsinscienceorhistorybutdiscoverartandartiststheymaynothaveencounteredotherwise.ItisourpleasuretocontinuetopresenttheworkofsignicantNewJerseyartists.ThissurveyoftenyearsofworkbyDahliaElsayedremindsusoftheimportanceofideaspersonalexpressionanduniquevision.Herpaintingsareculturalsignpostsleadingustoexploreidentityplaceandinternaldialogue.OnbehalfoftheNewJerseyStateMuseumsBoardofTrusteesandtheFriendsoftheNewJerseyStateMuseumitismypleasuretoextendcongratulationsandgratitudetoDahliaElsayedforthefascinatingbodyofworkthatsheallowedustoshareandtotheMuseumsCuratorofFineArtMargaretOReillyforhercuratorialvisionandcommitmenttoNewJerseyartistsandourvisitors.AnthonyGardnerExecutiveDirectorNewJerseyStateMuseumIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Alltheworkstartswithwritingandendswithwriting.IfeelliketheprocessIuseismorerelatedtopoetrythanpainting.Poetryandpaintinghavealotofsimilaritiessurprisingjuxtapositionsquietpausesandthesensethatasmallgesturecanimplysomethingvast.DahliaElsayedSeptember2013Wordshavelongappearedinvisualarthowevertheearlyusewasveryspecicprimarilytheidenticationsofportraitsubjectsortransmissionofreligiouspassagesandtenets.IntheearlypartofthetwentiethcenturytheCubistsemployedwordsorfragmentsofwordstoreferenceideastoclarifyorobfuscatemeaningandtoemphasizetheconceptualnatureoftheartobject.LatertheDadaistsSurrealistsandModernistscontinuedtheuseoflanguagesometimesasanodtotheliterarysourcesfromwhichsomeofthesemovementsdevelopedandatothertimesasanemphasisorcluetothemeaningofthework.TheSocialRealistsconveyedtheirhumanitariangoalsthroughthecombinationofwordandimagewhilethePopartistsusedlanguagetocreatefamiliarityandevokeirony.Inallthesemovementswordswerenottheprimaryimagery.Howeverbythelate1960slanguagebecamecentraloftentheprincipalimageryinaworkofart.Todaysocietalpoliticalandpersonalissuescontinuetobeexploreddirectlyandindirectlythroughwrittenandspokenlanguageinthevisualarts.DahliaElsayedsworkcontinuesandenhancesthislongtradition.HeracademictrainingBAEnglishBarnardCollege1992MFACreativeWritingColumbiaUniversity1994focusedonwordandmeaningandthatinterestmanifestsitselfclearlyinherpainting.ElsayedsaysofherworkEventhoughtherehavebeensomechangesinmaterialsandscalesImstillalwaysthinkingaboutreadabilityandtryingtodirectthroughaworkwithbeginningmiddleandendpoints.Insomewaysthevisualimageschoicesaboutthehavemoretodowithmappingaperiodoftimethenmappingaspecicplace.Inadditiontowordandphrasesshealsointegratescartographylandscapepaintingpopcultureconceptualarthumorfamilyhistoryandherowninternalandexternalreferences.TheartistnotesNooneinmyfamilyhasbeenbornanddiedinthesameplacegoingback3generations.AndnotjustdifferentcitiesbutondifferentcontinentsAfricaAsiaNorthAmericaandthosemovesweremadeinhasteandunderduress.ThatfamilialnarrativehasformedthewayIthinkaboutgeographicattachmentsthefeelingofbeingfromorofaplaceornoplaceandalsohowpersonalhistoriesnarrativememorytheintangiblestuffattachthemselvestophysicalrelativelyxedlocations.AwareofherpersonalhistorybutlivingverymuchinthemomentElsayedcreatespersonalnarrativeswhichatrstappearenigmaticbutthroughtheiraccessibleimageryandlanguageallowforindividualreactionandinterpretation.MargaretOReillyCuratorofFineArtNewJerseyStateMuseum ThatThingThatHappenedYesterdayI2008 DahliaElsayedworkinginherstudio Writingandpaintingarecloseprocessesformeandlanguageiscentraltomyworkbothasformalelementandsubjectmatter.ForoveradecadeIhavebeenmakingtextandimagebasedworkthatsynthesizesaninternalandexternalexperienceofplaceconnectingtheephemeraltotheconcrete.Visuallytheworkpullsfromconceptualartcomicscartographyandlandscapepainting.Ibeginwithverseasastartingpointofeachworkandusetheeditedtextsincreatedlandscapesconnectingthepsychologicalwiththetopographical.Symbolsofharddataagssignsbordersgeologicformsterrainplansareusedtoframesoftdatawordplaymetaphorslistsidiomsallowingimageandlanguagetocontinuouslymodifyeachother.Thesevisualshortctionstaketheformofnarrativepaintingsinstallationsmultiplesandoccasionallyperformance.TheProcessAlltheworkstartswithwritingandendswithwriting.Istartwithtextthatisprobablythemostconsistentaspectofmystudiopracticeovertheyearssittingatatypewriterandwriting.Thoselongertextsgetediteddownintotightercodedmetaphoricphrases.InthatprocessthelanguagebecomesintentionallymoregeneralandvagueandthroughthatIhopeitcansuggestmorevariedmeanings.Theviewerreaderattachestheirownspecicstoit.IfeelliketheprocessIuseismorerelatedtopoetrythanpainting.Poetryandpaintinghavealotofsimilaritiessurprisingjuxtapositionsquietpausesandthesensethatasmallgesturecanimplysomethingvast.AlsoImnotinterestedinhavingitreadasovertlyautobiographicalsoanykindofpersonalreferenceisgonebytheveryearlyversionofapiece.ThenIworkwithplacementlinebreaksandorderwhichishowthecartographicimagerycomesin.Iminterestedinsimultaneousreadingsbothvisualimage-basedandlanguage-based.BecauseofthewritingIstartedoutmakingbooksprintsmultiples.Evenwiththepaintingitsstilloftendiptychsechoingopenbookpages.ThoughtherehavebeensomechangesinmaterialsandscalesImstillalwaysthinkingaboutreadabilityandtryingtodirectthroughaworkwithbeginningmiddleandendpoints.Insomewaysthevisualimageschoiceshavemoretodowithmappingaperiodoftimethenmappingaspecicplace.Nooneinmyfamilyhasbeenbornanddiedinthesameplacegoingback3generations.AndnotjustdifferentcitiesbutondifferentcontinentsAfricaAsiaNorthAmericaandthosemovesweremadeinhasteandunderduress.ThatfamilialnarrativehasformedthewayIthinkaboutgeographicattachmentsthefeelingofbeingfromorofaplaceornoplaceandalsohowpersonalhistoriesnarrativememorytheintangiblestuffattachthemselvestophysicalrelativelyxedlocations.WorksinthisExhibitionThepiecesselectedfortheexhibitionrepresentalmostadecadeswork.TheearliestworkChronologicalShift2004isanearlyexampleofwhenusingsuggestionsofgeographicimagesstartedtodevelopwhereitsstilljustmarkmakinglinesanddotsasamethodofhousingthetext.Overthenextfewyearsthereferencestogeographiclandscapeformsbecomemorepronouncedactuallyreferencingthevisuallanguageofmapsbyusingcommoncartographicsymbolsreddotsagelevationlinesandbodiesofwater.ThevisualperspectivechangessometimesatgroundlevelOhEverythingsometimesaerialSomeHeavyIndulgencesandsometimesamoredistantsatelliteviewStartofthePre-season.AllthelandscapesareinventedbutaresometimesreferenceactuallocationssuchasColoradosRockyMountainsinThatThingThatHappenedYesterday.InthemorerecentworkthereismoreofashiftfromusingrecognizablegeographiccomponentstoaslightlymoreabstractedorreductivewayofpresentingthemwheremaybejustcertainelementsappearwithoutthecompletecontextofamapPeaksandPeaksorSeaLevels.DahliaElsayedIIIIIII 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NEWJERSEYSTATEMUSEUMSTAFFAnthonyGardnerExecutiveDirectorWarterryBarlowGovernmentRepresentativeIIAdministrationElizabethBeitelSupervisorMuseumExhibitsDebraBudgickAssistantArchaeologyEthnographyNaturalHistoryNicholasCiotolaCuratorCulturalHistoryJessieCohenRegistrarArchaeologyEthnographyBethCooperCuratorofEducationKarenA.FlinnAsst.CuratorArchaeologyEthnographyHenryJ.HosePreparatorFineArtCulturalHistoryAmeliaJohnsonMISTechnicianAdministrationRichardLargeModelMakerIExhibitsGregoryD.LattanziAsst.CuratorArchaeologyEthnographyJennyMartin-WicoffRegistrarFineArtCulturalHistoryKristenMartinezTechnicalAssistantIIAdministrationJeraldMorrisReservationistOperationsWilliamNutterOperationsAsst.ManagerAdministrationMargaretM.OReillyCuratorFineArtDavidC.ParrisCuratorNaturalHistoryRodrigoPellegriniRegistrarNaturalHistoryJasonScheinAsst.CuratorNaturalHistoryJaySchwartzAsst.CuratorPlanetariumJenaroVazquezModelMakerIIExhibitsDeniseWallsTechnicalAssistantIIIFineArtCulturalHistoryLyndaYoungerAssistanttotheDirectorAdministrationEvelynChupikStephaniePalenaSusanGreitzAnthonySamuelsEricEubanksReneeSteinMelissaKellyRorySullivanVandanaMathurLeoraWeinsteinBillMurrayKevinWilliams BOARDOFTRUSTEESStevenM.RichmanPresidentAdamKaufmanVicePresidentKarenS.AliMargaretM.M.KooDr.JaneL.RohlfGeorgiaT.SchleyDoloresYazujianEX-OFFICIOMEMBERSLt.GovernorKimGuadagnoChairAssemblymanReedGuscioraAssemblywomanDonnaM.SimonSenatorShirleyK.TurnerAnthonyGardnerExecutiveDirectorBOARDOFTRUSTEESKarenS.AliPresidentGabrielleDeenVicePresidentLarryContiTreasurerDorothyBartarisJanetBickalJenniferWadeBredinMaryGuessFlamerSusanPalsirHuberBeverlyNesterDorothyPlohnJaclynPolinStevenM.RichmanJulieDixonThomasDoloresYazujianHONORARYMaudeBelliMarciaDeweyChristopherForbesLynnFormidoniAnnGipsSallyLaneGraffIngridHammondJacquieJohnsonGeorgeKornFleuryMackieJanetMoonJoyceMooreLibbyMooreMaryAnneMountfordBarbaraPeskinCarolRosenthalH.L.BoyerRoyalKathyRyanGeorgieSchleyBarbaraStokesPamSwitlikSTATEOFNEWJERSEYTheHonorableChrisChristieGovernorTheHonorableKimGuadagnoLieutenantGovernorSecretaryofStateNicoleJannotteExecutiveDirectorLorraineStarr-CurtinStoreManager NEWJERSEYSTATEMUSEUMPOBox530205WestStateStreetTrentonNJ08625-0530609-292-5420FineArtOfcewww.newjerseystatemuseum.org