Laura Reese: What is your concept and inspiration for this piece in Momentum?
Brian Dunn: The content of sometimes girls from New Jersey puke in garbage cans comes from a photo I took while waiting on the PATCO train back to my parents house. Scenes like this play out often and I felt like that moment needed to become a drawing.
|Brian Dunn, sometimes girls from New Jersey puke in garbage cans, lithograph, $300|
Please explain the technique and/or process you used to create this work.
The medium that this piece is produced with is called lithography. It is a discipline of printmaking that functions under the scientific fact that oil and water don't mix.
Where else can the audience see your work?
People interested in viewing my work online can access my tumblr page.
Momentum Tulsa opened October 12 with live music, performance and visual art by 51 young Oklahomans. The exhibition remains on display until October 24 at Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E Brady. Spotlight Artists will speak to the public on October 24th at 6:30pm at Living Arts. Learn more at www.MomentumOklahoma.org