Jordan Wolfson Ultimate Pop?
Jordan Wolfson is cheeky. Playing with the codes of high and low culture, his programmed puppets and robots
mimic violent and pornographic movements. His vertiginous animated cartoons turn out to be powerful critiques
of the medium they were made in. His work, a subversive, trash variation
on Pop Art, destabilizes the viewer. A visit to the David Zwirner gallery was a must to experience the carnivalesque
power of his work. “It’s not my mode of thought that
has caused my misfortunes, but the mode of thought of others.”
The Marquis De Sade.