Jeane Cohen's recent body of work, Organon, is comprised of energetic paintings that make inquiries about natural phenomena and things that grow. Important questions in her practice include: Can a painting be brought to life? How do perception, perspective, sensation and cognitive structures affect pictorial space? What is the relationship between the site of nature and the site of painting? The paintings, which are derived from traditional nature spaces, are unzipping. Evolving logics generate friction as the work tries to be in two places at once.