JJ Meyer is an Artist and Arts Educator.
Her creative practice includes painting and drawing, experimental video, writing and performance. Meyer's artistic research creates connections between the history of art, phenomenology, technology, and feminist theory to explore the metaphysics of human emotion. Meyer was also a founding and active member of the all-female, artist collective, Subverbal Collective which collaborated from 2016-2018.
Meyer is an internationally exhibited artist having shown at the Kamloops Art Gallery, in British Columbia and at Universitet i Oslo, Norway. With recent work traveling to additional international venues including Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania and Ideas Block LT, Lithuania, and CICA Museum in South Korea.
Regionally, her work has been at The Mint Museum, The Ackland Art Museum, CAM, The Carrack, LUMP projects, VAE, and The Anchorlight in North Carolina. In Virginia at The Garage, The Bridge PAI, WTVF/Radio IQ Gallery, New City Arts, Art Works Gallery, The IX Building, and Ruffin Gallery at University of Virginia. Her work has also appeared at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, Kentucky, Red Ink Studios in San Francisco, and at LACDA in Los Angeles.
Meyer holds an MFA in Studio Arts from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Previously, she received a BA in Studio Art and in Art History from University of Virginia where she was inducted to the honor society Phi Beta Kappa and graduated with Distinction.
JJ is represented by LACDA in Los Angeles. Her work is included as part of multiple public collections including the collections of University of Virginia, Raleigh Municipal Collection, and the Ackland Art Museum as well as the Bill Chapman Corporate Collection.
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Image: Film Still from Story of an Hour a multi-channel HD video and sound installation. Shown as part of The Lovers at LUMP Raleigh, June 2018. Image courtesy of Lindsay Metivier, 2018. All Rights Reserved.