Ekpuk’s work bridges divides between writing and drawing, painting and drawing, the modern and the ancient. He creates art in many media, including drawings on paper, paintings and painted ceramics. He also creates wall-sized temporary drawings in installations around the world. Ekpuk’s recent ephemeral installations include his chalk drawing for the exhibition Auto-Graphics: Recent Drawings by Victor Ekpuk at the Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an installation for the 11th Biennale of African Contemporary art, Dak’Art, in Dakar, Senegal.
My series of ephemeral drawings “Meditation on Memory Series,” where I or other person later erase my finished drawings, explores the notion of memory, from which one derives a sense of self/identity as an ephemeral condition that is constantly in flux and could be affected by life circumstances.
Thank you for these.
Will they portray him as out? The very first comic book hero who is?
Lindsey, be sure to include in your mix my favorite holiday song by Andy Samberg…