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Jody Plant is a Salt Lake City artist who has been actively involved in the local art community since 1979. She works in collage and multi-media assemblage, her works often inspired by her love of literature and the natural world. Her works have been exhibited at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art: UMOCA, Utah Museum of Fine Arts: UMFA , Utah Arts & Museums, The Leonardo Museum – Salt Lake City, Kimball Arts Center – Park City, Utah, Phillips Gallery – Salt Lake City, Utah, Coda Gallery – Park City, Utah, Art Access, Salt Lake City, Utah, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. as well as being held in private collections in Los Angles, Maui, Montana, Salt Lake City, Park City Utah, San Francisco, New York City, Washington, D.C., Paris, France and Pernes-les-Fontaines, France.
“Basically, I assemble pieces of the natural and forgotten worlds. Some pieces are clues or talismans, others are portals. I’m interested in these “souvenirs,” these things dismantled or unearthed, because they have undergone a vital, elemental transformation. My collaborator and subject, my muse and nemesis, is time. In this way, I work not only in three, but in four dimensions.”