Jordan Crandall

Trigger ,
Co-workers & Funding
"Part soft-core pornography, part political allegory and part Modernist play with media," Jordan Crandall's Trigger is a "sermon about masculinity, sex, surveillance, and violence." (Ken Johnson, The New York Times, 15 Nov 2002).

"The work of Jordan Crandall is the first journey into a new danger zone. It is already comprehensive in terms of the new sadistic or masochistic pleasures of the panoptic principle, as a study of the transformation of the gaze in the age of the panoptic principle between punishment and pleasure, between pleasure and pain." (Peter Weibel, "Jordan Crandall: Art and the Cinematographic Imaginary in the Age of Panoptic Data Processing" in Drive, Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2003).
Technology & Material
Exhibitions & Events