In support of Hi-Fructose’s Instagram spin-off @Hifructose.littleboxes ,the renowned art magazine, published a full page photo of Drift Inversion. Being included in Hi-Fructose is a dream come true. For me, it is the magazine that revived my faith in the contemporary art world. Showcasing contemporary artwork executed by artists with mind boggling skills and discipline. The magazine shows the best of what the art world has to offer. Being included makes me feel that all the years of battling to keep growing as an artist have been well worth the effort. Big thanks to everyone who helped get this far. You can get your copy here!
This was a project I did with my long time collaborator Aaron Whelton. He is now a full Professor of Architecture at Portland State University. Aaron is an amazing creative partner and good friend. We also had a lot of help from family and friends. More can be read about this installation and its creation here and here.
Where is Drift Inversion?
Located in Denver, Colorado on Central Park Boulevard. It is in the underpass between 53rd and 54th and can be accessed from the bike path on the Northfield Highschool side. It can also be accessed from the parking on the northwest side of the 54th intersection.
New Little Boxes
In the Spirit of Hi-Fructose Little Boxes I thought it would be good time to preview a new sculpture series that is in the works. Some projects have been delayed due to the current state of the world. Others projects have continued to slowly creep along. This is one of the most exciting things in the works because if its location and huge scale. It will be installed at the Tetra Hotel in Sunnyvale, California in cooperation with T2 Hospitality and Andrea Schwartz Gallery
Current physical scale models of the installation.
This and other exciting new projects will be coming soon!