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"Dont Just Do Something, Sit There"
"Dont Just Do Something, Sit There"
WhiteHot Magazine Review

To the degree that art expresses the zeitgeist, and that right now everything everywhere is a terrible, stupid dumpster fire of fear, loathing, and depression, then NO Gallery has a show for the times. Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There presents divergent works by three artists -- Jesse Draxler, Jordan Weber, and Mark Mulroney -- which achieve common ground in the mucky terrain of mental breakdown, demon-hunting, and gallows humor. It’s perfect, really.

Temporary Art Review: Body as Battle Ground in the Practice of Artist and Organizer Jordan Weber
Temporary Art Review: Body as Battle Ground in the Practice of Artist and Organizer Jordan Weber
March 7th, 2017

In his now seminal text, Between the World and Me, Ta-nehisi Coates issues an urgent plea regarding the relationship between the state and the black body. “You must always remember,” he writes addressing his teenage son, “ that the sociology, the history, the economics, the graphs, the charts, the regressions all land, with great violence upon the body.”

Pop-Up Exhibit Provokes Conversation on Manifest Justice
Pop-Up Exhibit Provokes Conversation on Manifest Justice
May 7th, 2015

Amid an almost overwhelming display of bold and provocative imagery, your eye is drawn to what appears to be a partially deconstructed police car with young plants growing out of the back seat where custodies would be transported.

The Washington Times: [Jordan Weber] Makes Statement as Artful Activist
The Washington Times: [Jordan Weber] Makes Statement as Artful Activist
March 22, 2014

Jordan Weber doesn’t call himself a street artist anymore. The term’s overused. Overrated. Over-commodified, he says.