The Cheshire Cat
The Conqueror Pig
Jada Fabrizio’s practice incorporates aspects of various disciplines, taking the form of sculpture, photography and installation. Jada is interested making images and that communicate complex feelings and psychological dilemmas. The use of sculptural creatures and toys make difficult ideas somewhat friendlier or more approachable. She endows the animal based figures with personalities or traits that could be considered more “human” Because the stories she is telling all have something to do with humanity and the connections we all share.
Jada resides in Weehawken, NJ and studied photography at the School of Visual Arts and the International Center for Photography in New York City. She attended workshops with photographer Mary Ellen Mark and volunteers with the 4heads artists group, Governors Island Art Fair. She was published in Musée Magazine multiple editions, Rascal Magazine and was awarded First place for Art Scene Today’s Mad Mad World. Jada has recently had a solo exhibition at Monmouth Museum in New Jersey, and has participated in exhibitions in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Florida and Istanbul, Turkey.