"Upon close examination, one can detect faces and symbols interspersed throughout the thin layers of paint, as if concealing some sort of narrative that is comprised of glyphs and meant to be deciphered by the viewer."
"Through abbreviated strokes, Myers conveys a sense of energy and movement that animates the figures while concurrently encouraging devotees to move from one station to the next in order to follow the narrative action."
"Since his subjects are almost exclusively Hollywood personalities, the pixelated or granular quality of his finished artwork is rather appropriate since it conjures up ideas about image distortion and manipulation, identity, public persona, and the duplicitous nature of celebrity culture."
"The work’s subject matter gains greater potency since the dominant artistic material is integral to the manufacture of chemical agents used to exterminate living organisms and numb or eliminate human pain."
"In keeping with these traditions, Equinox presents a set of multimedia artists exploring concepts and themes related to renewal, rebirth, and regeneration all while calling attention to art’s capacity to serve as a restorative, rejuvenating force in the wake of life’s many cycles."
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