I have a piece in Giant Robot’s “Diversions” exhibition, currently on display at GR2. It’s called “Hylia Macrocosmica”, and it was inspired by the work of Jacob Boehme and others who created mystical, alchemical diagrams in the 1600s. At almost 20″ square, it’s one of the largest pieces I’ve done.
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For the upcoming show Pixel Pushers, sponsored by SCION and curated by Giant Robot, I decided to explore the carnivorous side of the world of video games. Though I myself eat meat, enough of my friends and loved ones are now vegetarians or vegans, so it’s something I’ve been experimenting with. I suppose these pieces are a by-product of that exploration. That, and my long-time obsession with meat diagrams.
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“Pixel Pushers” is a group show curated by Giant Robot’s Eric Nakamura, centering around the Famicom inspired custom Scion art car which will project the Giant Robot produced video game, Return of the Quack. The exhibition will feature not only video game inspired art, but a bank of retro custom pachinko machines in a pachinko parlor‐like installation, an interactive environment by a renowned digital conceptualist artist, 8‐bit sculptures, projected digital visuals, and 4 mini game consoles.
SCION INSTALLATION L.A. GALLERY PRESENTS
“Pixel Pushers: An Exploration of 8‐Bit Digital Media”
Curated By Giant Robot
Opening Reception November 13th, 2010, 7‐10 p.m.
On view November 13th – December 11th
Scion Installation L.A. Gallery
3521 Helms Avenue
Culver City, CA 90232
Last night was the opening reception for Post-It V at Giant Robot NY. The show featured roughly 1,000 works on 3×3 Post-It Notes by a slew of fantastic artists priced at a mere $20 a piece. I was super excited to be a part of this show, as it featured some of my favorite illustrators such as Nathan Jurevicius, Gary Taxali, and Martha Rich.
Unfortunately I was not able to attend, and I forgot to scan in my Post-Its before I sent them, but you can see my Jesus Quintana on Pink Post-It in this snapshot from the show, courtesy of Giant Robot’s Flickr Page.