| Hotels/Motels (Unofficial Art Fair) | Sensorium | Life Stage: LA, SD, MX | Life Stage: The Blurred Line Between Art & Life | The LAB | Rhythm, Verse, & Composition | Wheels of Steel | Student Aspirations
Imagine, an environment in which creative thought and self expression take on many forms, titles, definitions and as a whole share a common language. In this place there exists very few boundaries. Art is an intimate, inviting and accessible experience for individual observation, interaction and collaboration. A place for all genres and disciplines to engage in research, experimentation, performance and social exchange.
Since 1998, I've organized and curated a number of expositions transforming public and private spaces. These events provided interdisciplinary artists with exciting and unconventional venues. They were exhibitions that also doubled as mobile performance and visual art project spaces. Where artists and viewers were invited to interact and engage with art in the context of an experiential living theater. Each project embodied a variation of my conceptual life stage that blurred the boundaries of art.
My overarching goal is to create an environment of experimentation, voyeurism, and intimacy. A space in which the viewer and the artist are all actors compelled to encounter art in new and uninhibited ways. It is through this lens, I hope to connect artists with each other and the broader community. My goal is to bridge various conventional divides by encouraging cultural inclusion, accessibility, as well as, exemplifying Josef Albers’s idea of “visual and social empathy”.