My art residency at arts letters and numbers is coming to the end this Saturday.
I totally got what I asked for: being out of my comfort zone 🙂
Interesting enough as a result I am working on a show that examines things I was not comfortable in my past.
Overexposed, examines some ways we are exposing and overexposing ourselves. It can be for so many different reasons from a purpose of documenting a moment, or medical or in a attempt to get close to another human. Overexposure happens and like in a photography overexposed parts become burned out, often blurry…
I am super excited about my artist residency at Arts Letters & Numbers in in Averill Park, NY, starting in few days!
I have very interesting project I am planing on working on there, but for now…its a secret 🙂
Reece Museum – The FL3TCH3R Exhibit
JOHNSON CITY, TN 37614
My artist statement
Growing up in a communist country, I have always seen graffiti as a selfless expression of creative and passionate people. People who are willing to put their time, talents, and often risk prosecution in the name of art or truth. In a country where you could not trust any media outlets, the truth was spray painted on the street walls.