Filed under: Art Scene, Events | Tags: adrian johnson, ed trask, flowers and bones, giant robot, giant robots, insiders outsiders the middle, nao harada, rubik cubism, scion, space invader, wrecks
Artist Ed Trask applies some finishing touches on “Flowers and Bones”
Giant Robot‘s new photo exhibit “Insiders, Outsiders & the Middle” is currently on display at the Scion Instillation L.A. gallery in Culver City. Threadtrend was lucky enough to be invited to press viewing before the opening and see the artists at work setting up.
We highly suggest you see that show–it’s on until August 23.
Here’s a peek
The Parisian artist known as SPACE INVADER insisted I take this pic from an angle to do it justice. This is made from Rubik’s Cubes and is part of a movement call Rubix Cubism. If you have an iPhone, point it toward this piece (“400 Chinese Rubix Cubes”) if you go to the show because it has a QR code.
This is also the work of INVADER:
Here are some neat and quirky works by Adrian Johnson:
Here’s Nao Harada, the guy behind WRECKS clothing, who was nice enough to let me take this action shot.
Scion Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Avenue (at National)
Culver City, CA. 90232
Thanks to Lucy Beers.
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