"I was feeling a little lost and unsure about the future of my art career in Seattle, and I just wanted to make something fun that didn't have anything to do with the contemporary art world."Read on
"Since most art dealing with consumerism seems too matter-of-fact, I want my work to be allegorical, being humorous and visually interesting but imparting a deeper message. Why the hell do we need all this stuff, anyways?"
"[Losing my job] was a blessing in disguise. I was really stressed out when it happened, but it motivated me to work on my art."
This week’s recommended picks! Go to the website for the Seattle International Film Festival for more details. Some Days Are Better Than Others Four Portlanders with different — yet very Portland, Oregon-esque — lives spend their...