Jordan Buschur
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Artist Spotlight: Jordan Buschur

Love these paintings of junk drawers and book collections by artist Jordan Buschur. Speaking to the material weight of modern life and anxieties of consumption, Buschur’s work offers a psychological portrait of their owners that is simultaneously intimate and anonymous.

The objects appear both rife with personal information and yet intimidatingly generic — possessing, as they do, equal potential of containing everything or nothing. Discovered via our Submissions platform and selected as an Editor Pick, click here if you have work of your own you’d like to share! See more of Buschur’s work below.

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