jenny odell is
a Bay Area native/captive with an MFA in Design from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA in English Literature from UC Berkeley. Her work has been featured at the Google Headquarters, Les Rencontres D'Arles, Centre d'Art Santa Monica, Fotomuseum Antwerpen, and the Made in NY Media Center. It's also turned up in TIME Magazine's LightBox, The Atlantic, The Economist, WIRED, the NPR Picture Show, Pop-up Magazine, Guernica, and ESPN Magazine. Abroad, her work has been featured in Die Zeit, European Photography, NEON Magazine, Le Soir, Elephant Magazine, and most bizarrely, a Belgian TV guide that came in the mail with an assortment of gorilla stickers. One time she gave a TEDx talk. She currently lectures at Stanford University and the San Francisco Art Institute.
Prints of many of the Satellite Collections are available at 20x200.
book (7"x7", softcover, full color, 34 pages), which includes all of the Satellite Collections and an original essay, I Hate to Part With It: Craigslist Farewells (softcover, full color, 78 pages), and Travel by Approximation: A Virtual Roadtrip (hardcover, full cover, 272 pages) can all be previewed and ordered here.
exhibition and lecture announcements on twitter
various interesting things and work in progress on tumblr
oddites found while scouring Google Maps on this other tumblr
Contact: satellite (dot) traveler (at) gmail