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 🙂
SOCIAL & POLITICALLY ENGAGED ART is a national juried show focused on socially engaged and politically motivated art. Progressive art has been integral in the development of contemporary art. This exhibition explores the current trends and trajectory in this field. Recent social, political, and economic uncertainty has encouraged the production of works that are not meant for mere market commodity but rather these works serve as avenues or agents for societal transformation.
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.