Art-Science Calendar of Events NYC


This calendar is an initiative of the Art Science Observatory, in collaboration with SciArt in America, Beautiful Brain, Ligo projects, Dactyl Foundation and other art/science organizations.

“From A to B,” AKB Crew Group Show

Daniel Chen is a carpenter by trade, creates graffiti based sculpture out of building materials. His three dimensional graffiti is as sound structurally as it is stylistically. He has shown at Rogue Buddha gallery and teaches drawing and painting classes at Juxtaposition Arts in Minneapolis.

Matthew Clark is a painter and curator living in New York City. He recently donated a piece to the Artist’s for Tsunami Relief benefit at Phillips auction house in NYC. Matt co-curated Graffiti at Simmons College, Boston in 2001. His work is a mixture of abstraction and figuration, drawing on personal mythologies, graffiti and the written word. Matt’s work can be seen at www.Monkeyshine.name

Keet D’Arms is a tattoo-artist based in Salt Lake City. Keet grew up in the American Southwest, where he was heavily influenced by Chicano culture, graffiti and placasos. His work deals with accountability and impermanence, and the importance of proximity to the working process. Keet’s work was recently published in The Greatest Sketch Show On Earth by TheThreeRingCircus.com.
Jason Honig is based in Atlanta. He draws intricate yet playful compositions combining elements of architecture and the human figure. He has shown at Rogue Buddha Gallery in Minneapolis.

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