My work points to contradictory messages transmitted by the form and the content of the objects that make up the contemporary American environment, often referring to literary theory, semiotics, and feminism.
rotate / repeat / scale / move / subtract / is a series of abstract works on plywood I've created over the last four years; in it, I try to deliver the purest aesthetic experience with the simplest, and most economical means possible
As a photo based installation artist, I combine photographs with the alteration of spaces, performances, videos, sounds, and interactive elements—doing whatever it takes to get to what I'm after—something unpredictable and genuine.
My multi-media work explores in a serio-comic way how mythology serves as a coping mechanism in angst-ridden times and how diverse cultures coexist symbiotically. It relates to feminism in its focus on domestic items such as clothespins.
Polak makes site and community responsive art that reframes immigrant-citizen relations, amplifying efforts to end immigrant detention and racial profiling, and creating strategies for resisting hostile authorities.
Adrian Roman is a mixed media artist focusing primarily on installations, sculpture and drawing, was
born in New York City of Puerto Rican decent. At the age of 12 he received specialized lessons at
Pratt Institute in New York and attended