Jessea is a mythical spirit, a metaphorical figure of the ethereal feminine, between life and death, motion and stillness, drawing back the veils that we might see. This title is derived from the biblical 'Tree of Jesse', the original use of family tree and the schematic representation of genealogy.
Performed at various private and public events including at The Hole Gallery, BOFFO and Performa 13 (Guest of Pawel Althamer).
2006 • COCO'S DEMOISELLES
The Bucolic Brothel after Picasso - Deitch Art Parade 2006.
A pop interpretation of the infamous 1907 painting by Pablo Picasso, "The Demoiselles of Avignon". Originally titled, The Philosophical Brothel, Picasso had staged two male figures in his painting before erasing them. A pivotal work marking the debut of cubism.
Coco’s Demoiselles, as seen in The New York Times, “The Creative Spirit strolling through Soho”, September, 10th, 2007 Holland Cutter
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Coco's Demoiselles : The Bucolic Brothel after Picasso