Cj Hungerman

January 18, 2017

He calls his art Visual Riot. It is composed of patterned, kinetic, color chaos. The icons he creates represents humans, human emotions, and conflict. He has ideas and philosophies he contemplates which direct the pieces down a certain path on their journey to completion. The layers, shapes, and color choices evolve into an electrified, surreal landscape that engages the viewer with new optic riddles each time the art is explored.

 

"My studio is an old space void of ventilation, windows, heat, or air conditioning. I know that the extremes of my creative environment have a major influence on the direction of my art. The isolation and darkness of my studio has bound me to be as bright as possible in my art, with harmony and dissonance being constant companions."

 

 

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