Jaimie Warren was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin in 1980. She is a multidisciplinary artist with interests in photography and performance and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Warren is co-director of a community arts project, the non-profit faux public access TV show Whoop Dee Doo established in 2006.
Pioneer Works, Production Artist-in-Residence; Brooklyn, NY (2020)
Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grant; New York, NY (2017)
New York Foundation for the Arts, Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts; New York, NY (2015)
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, grant recipient for MICA/City Arts Catalog (Whoop Dee Doo); Baltimore, MD (2012)
Lighton International Exchange Program, grant recipient (Tokyo, Japan); Kansas City, MO (2007)
Warren participated in a collaborative project with Normal Editions Workshop as part of the Visiting Artist Seminar in the School of Art at Illinois State University with a short-term residency February 11-March 5, 2019 and public lecture at University Galleries.
Veda Rives Aukerman prepares the roller with three different colors of ink for a split-fountain or blend-roll on the Jaimie Warren project
During run #1 of the Jaimie Warren project, Felicia Cannon sponges, Halie Hugenberg inspects the plate, and Veda Rives Aukerman prepares the roller with ink
Felicia Cannon, Halie Hugenberg, and Veda Rives Aukerman sponging and rolling ink for the Jaimie Warren project
During run #1 of the Jaimie Warren project, Erika Shiba sponges, Felicia Cannon and Halie Hugenberg inspect the plate, and Veda Rives Aukerman re-charges the roller with ink
Erika Shiba sponges the plate for run #1 of the Jaimie Warren project while Felicia Cannon and Halie Hugenberg keep close watch for stray ink deposits
Veda Rives Aukerman preparing the yellow ink roller for the Jaimie Warren project
Molly Markow sponging the plate for run #3 of the Jaimie Warren project--the halos
Veda Rives Aukerman rolling the yellow ink during run #3 for the Jaimie Warren project
Morgan Price rolling up ink and Halie Hugenburg sponging the halos plate for run #4
Veda Rives Aukerman rolling and Erika Shiba sponging; printing a transparent yellow for run #4 (a second layer for the halos).
Veda Rives Aukerman rolls on the ink in run #4 which will act as an adhesive for the metallic leaf application on the halo areas.
Morgan Price revealing the printed impression of a “halo” layer.
The set plan and carefully cut metallic leaf ready to be adhered to the last layer of ink on the prints.
Morgan Price and Peytin Fitzgerald securing the metallic leaf to the ink halos on the face cards
Halie Hugenberg placing metallic leaf to the face of the cards
Halie Hugenberg placing the metallic leaf on the ink layer which acts as an adhesive
Twenty-two pieces of metallic leaf placed and ready to go through the press to secure them to the inked halos on the impression.
Peytin Fitzgerald cranking the metallic leafed layer through the press for the final time for this impression
Normal Editions Team with Jaimie Warren and the two signed impressions (Right to Print) for the edition
Halie Hugenberg, Erika Shiba, Jaimie Warren, Felicia Cannon, Morgan Price, and Veda Rives Aukerman