Artificially Organic: Al Margen Talks Art, Society, and Technology.

Artificially Organic: Al Margen Talks Art, Society, and Technology.

There is something deeply agonizing about artist Al Margen's pieces. They perfectly encapsulate the litany of existential maladies that we have come to endure and embody in the so-called Age of Connectivity so well, that each viewing can cause a guttural reaction. 

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Social Dramentary: Artist Luis Quiles Gives Us the Rundown on His Controversial Artwork, Criticism, and His Surprising Influences.

Social Dramentary: Artist Luis Quiles Gives Us the Rundown on His Controversial Artwork, Criticism, and His Surprising Influences.

Meet Luis Quiles, a Spanish artist who uses his work to examine sexuality and it’s relationship to status and sentimentality. While Luis himself doesn’t like to ascribe specific meanings to his pieces (he feels that is something that should be left up to the viewer) it is quite clear that he is looking to probe the overarching themes of capitalism, connection, and sensuality that are on full display in the modern world. 

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Interview With Painter, Michael D'Antuono.

Interview With Painter, Michael D'Antuono.

Michael’s work, while poignant, emotional, and hauntingly beautiful, manages to critique our current governmental policy and climate with razor sharp depictions of the injustices that they have caused. His pieces don’t just aim to point out some of the issues we’re facing in contemporary America, they seek to foster important dialogue about the choices we continue to make as a “sovereign” collective and if those choices can ever truly lead to better future for those who reside within it. 

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