Joey Slaughter



An artist can nearly always describe their work better than anyone else, and such is the case with mixed media creator Joey Slaughter. His color transitions hold much meaning, as do the combined contributions of man and machine to each piece.

My paintings and constructions investigate the “look” of digital information as it is transmitted around us, providing an overabundance of stimuli and therefore, distractions. I create abstract works that references conversations, usually a direct communication between two people. I wonder how a simple conversation is absorbed between people, how they’re connected, and what the conversational wavelengths would look like. The main idea is to create abstractions from conversations if you could see sound waves from analogue and digital devices passing through and around people.






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