STPI Gallery presents the first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia by the artist and sculptor Aaron Curry"Fragments of collective consent." His suspended sculptures and paintings transform the gallery’s halls into a stellar flash of fluorescent patterns and constellations that transfer visitors to a “lost kingdom” between two-dimensional and three-dimensional.
Aaron Curry is a contemporary American artist known for his colorful sculptures. His works can be described as biomorphic figures made of various different materials, such as metal and wood. The sculpture is not the only environment in which Curry works, the artist also creates paintings and collages. His works are based on a number of influences - from surrealism to pop art - and include modern and underground art movements, such as graffiti and punk.
Aaron Curry was born in 1972 in San Antonio, Texas. He received BFA in 2002 at the Art Institute of Chicago and then worked through the Art Center Design College, where he studied the work of Mike Kelly and Jim Shaw. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.