Infrastructural Art – Daniel Lara

Spotted in the lobby of SoCal’s Hotel Casa 425, Daniel Lara’s art engages many contemporary subjects including infrastructure, ubiquitous computing/networks (invoking DS+R’s early work), skeuomorphs, and palimpsests of graffiti. His mixed-media paintings of utility poles and industrial landscapes have captured my interest in infrastructural art. Lara recently earned his MFA in media design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena – it will be interesting to see how his oeuvre matures as he shakes of the grad-school induced eclecticism.

From his ‘Smart-Home Inquiry’ series:

From ‘Sampling the City’

from ‘1000 drawings‘ [which is worth scrolling through, but because the page uses flash, I can’t share most of that work]



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