“It’s a way of not only conflating space—like the real landscape of Los Angeles with a fictional landscape of Robledo—but also the sense of time, because you don’t really know what time period you’re existing in.”
American Artist, on his upcoming exhibition “Shaper of God” that is “like a road map through Southern California locales inspired by Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower.”

Fuelled by a low-poly aesthetic, mastery of all things glitch, and playful IDGAF irreverence, the Irish animator turned CGI artist has conquered Hollywood and the internet.

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