Jen Bervin’s Creative Capital-supported project, Silk Poems, is on view at MASS MoCA until March 19 in the exhibition Explode Every Day: An Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder which includes works by twenty-three international artists.
Jen Bervin was awarded a Mandarin Oriental Arts Fellowship for upcoming work in Suzhou, China. The Asian Cultural Council advances international dialogue, understanding, and respect through cultural exchanges that nurture the talents of individual artists and scholars in Asia and the United States.
Su Hui's Reversible Poem has been selected through international nomination and jury for a Lucas Artists Program Fellowship in Visual Art.
Jen Bervin was named a SETI Institute Artist in Residence. The program facilitates a cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas between artists and scientists. She is researching new work at SETI's Allen Telescope Array located at Hat Creek Observatory in Lassen Volcanic National Park in California.
Jen Bervin’s work has been covered in national and international publications and media outlets such as NPR, The Nation, Artforum, Art in America, Frieze, The New York Times, Times Literary Supplement, Hyperallergic, and The New Yorker.