|Born||1975 (age 45–46)|
Cleveland, Ohio, US
|Alma mater||Rhode Island School of Design|
Jim Drain (born 1975) is an American mixed media artist. Drain often makes work collaboratively, first within the collective, Forcefield (1996–2002) and also with artists Elyse Allen, Ara Peterson, and Ben Russell, respectively.
Life and work
He is a former member of Forcefield, who was included in the 2002 Whitney Biennial. His solo exhibition I Wish I Had a Beak (2005) and I Would Gnaw On My Hand (2007) were presented at Greene Naftali Gallery in New York. His work is held in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
- "Jim Drain". The Arts Initiative. 2013-06-19. Retrieved 2021-02-27.
attended RISD (1994-1998 BFA, Sculpture)
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Drain, a sculptor, painter and fabric-maker who graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design
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- Christine Temin, Knitting his way to the top, The Boston Globe, June 26, 2005.
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