Professor Jennifer Vanderpool’s exhibition “Sagoberättelser” (Fairy Tales) was recently on view at the Designarkivet in Nybro, Sweden. She was honored with an International Cultural Grant from the Swedish Arts Council. This juried Award, bestowed upon cultural practitioners for artistic excellence furthers a progressive cultural agenda to support and encourage intercultural exchange and cooperation around the world.
Jennifer Vanderpool works with experimental film, video, animation, and sound, in her indoor and outdoor installations. She has exhibited at museums and galleries in the U.S., Mexico, Hungary, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway and awarded grants from the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Danish Arts Council, Swedish Arts Council, as well as project funding from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Her work has been written about in The New York Times,Sculpture, Art Papers, Artweek, Art ltd., Angeleno, Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Houston Chronicle, Kansas City Star, Tulsa World, Dagens Nyheter, Politiken, and El Universal, as well as numerous other national and international newspapers and magazines. Vanderpool holds an Independent, Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Art Critical Practices from the University of California Regents and a MFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara.