JASON RHOADES WAS AN AMERICAN ARTIST. HIS MAGNIFICENT WORKS HAVE BEEN EXHIBITED AND ARE STILL VISIBLE ALL OVER THE WORLD IN THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSEUMS.
In his creations you can see a vision of the neon art. Through his luminous installations, the viewer participates by providing a precise message. Thought and action, where subjectivity disappears only to consecrate the assembly of sculpture as a situation. The most discussed topics by the artist are sex, politics, religion, art, race and gender.
The works related to the 1990s provide us with a quick overview of Rhoades’ experimentation, which immediately showed his artistic vision of network technology and consumers. Moving then to intimacy through rooms and modernity with walls and piles of things. Other works up to its last – Tijuananatanjierchandelier (2006) – cling to other issues where neon lights indicate how language and culture, in a transnational era, condition thoughts on gender and sexuality. An art that emit light through materials, which makes its vision known as a massimal embrace.