Featuring brand new commissioned artwork from twenty-two artists from across planet earth, responding to the theme of ambiguity in spiritual encounters, religious icons or worship imagery.
We will launch a series of exhibitions across various North American cities, in addition to a printed publication co-published by Neoglyphic Media and Mega Press 🌀 22 artists / 104 pages / Risograph-printed, smyth-sewn signatures, perfect bound into soft cover / Edition of 500 / Now available for pre-order through the Neoglyphic Media webstore:
Androgynous angelic beings emerge from blinding white light. A commanding voice booms from an unknown source. The veil of consensus reality is lifted to reveal primordial worship rituals performed by beings both monstrous and divine. Shadowy figures emerge, identities obscured, displaying mysterious powers. Terror and ecstasy bind together in an overpowering force that destroys all sense of time and space. Identity dissolves, surrendering to love and fear of a power beyond comprehension.
Contributors include: Robert Beatty Sarah Lammer HOPE Drew Miller Lando Baptiste Virot Brie Moreno Bluetooth Matt Lock Ron Rege Jr. Ben Marcus Jinhee Han Juli Majer & Cristian Hernandez Enormous Face/Kalan Sherrard Joel Skavdahl/Seagull Invasion Lilli Carre Kari Cholnoky Margot Ferrick Leon Sadler Panayiotis Terzis Nichole Shinn Hayley Dawn Muir
Preview copies of the publication will be available the New York Art Book Fair, September 20-22 at MoMA PS1
We recently produced a series of screen-printed posters as a fundraiser for the Alternative Library, featuring incredible new commissioned designs by Toby Leibowitz, Marc Bell, Wyatt Hersey, Joel Skavdahl, Drew Miller, and Ben Duncan!
These posters are each printed at 18″ x 24″ on Cougar Natural heavy cardstock and made in extremely limited editions for subscribers. Some were sold out upon release, but remaining copies are now available through the Neoglyphic Media webstore:
Heaving Pulp, Beautiful Bodies, curated by Drew Miller, opens at Basement Projects in Santa Ana, CA on May 5th and runs through May 26th. The contributing artists list includes some really interesting folks.
Opening Reception: May 5th; 6-10pm
Drew had this to say in tease of the show:
“A group show based loosely on images of the body that become distorted, hyperbolized and re-envisioned through processes of drawing, sculpture, reproduction (in this case xerox) as well as images of bodies that have been recontextualized/mutated in media images.“
A Quantum experiment in a new town housing estate.