I will be appearing in a really exciting popup art show next week that’s being put on by 72U. If you are in the LA area I encourage you to come out. The event is free but requires an RSVP here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/born-modern-tickets-11263907651
physical vs digital
Through the point of view of 21 featured artists, the exhibition explores how technology affects our sense of self.Artists exhibiting work include: Todd Moyer, David Foox, Tommii Lim, Mikolaj, Jana Cruder, John Carr, Luka Fisher, Man One, Braeden Cox, Jason Bud, Anika Perkins, Miryam Lumpini, Damien Blaise, Max Einstein, Sarah Sandin, Caroline Geys, Ryan Milner, Matthew LaPenta, Marlon Paine, Jeremy Eichenbaum, and Oscar Magallanes.Musical performance by Sam Spiegel (from N.A.S.A.)
I just got my copy of the “Negative Space” book in the mail. Negative Space was a show curated and conceived of by artist/curator Kate Mills.
Kate was kind enough to let me help curate the show with her.
The book features both work from the show and pieces that extend the conversation from the show to your hands.
You can order your copy here: http://www.blurb.com/b/5185450-negative-space
You can follow Kate on Tumblr here: http://katelynnmills.tumblr.com/
As always anyone that can provide proof of purchase will get something from me in the mail.
I designed the cover for this record. So proud to have collaborated with such an incredible group.
You can follow them here: http://grypt.me
Flower Derangement by Luka Fisher.
Readymade by Luka.
Mixed Media painting by Luka Fisher.
The Sixth Son closes out Negative Space. Photo by Luka Fisher.
You can follow his work here: http://www.reverbnation.com/thesixthson
Hanging with my friend, muse, collaborator and superstar Kizzy Kirk at Negative Space.
You can follow her band here: http://www.feralkizzy.com