APPENDIX II. THE COVER ILLUSTRATOR
Jacob Kincheloe uses drawing to explore desire and the curious nature of the physical body. His work engages elements of historical painting and photography, restaging and recontextualizing them through the subtle process of graphite drawing. Kincheloe’s detailed drawings express the struggle and pleasure of inhabiting a desiring body, and examine the peculiar performance of identity.
He is a recent recipient of the Montague Travel Grant, the William R. Kenan Fellowship, and two teaching fellowships at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.