Andrew Purchin is the founder of The Curious Project, a series of visual art installations designed to confront and explore individuals' political and ideological differences. The project has taken place at various locations and events across the country, including the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions. In 2018 it was installed during the 2020 Santa Cruz County elections and will be in five swing states in the months leading up to this year's presidential election. Andrew is based in Santa Cruz, California and has been a member of Fractured Atlas for four years.
by Molaundo Jones, Social Media Specialist at Fractured Atlas A. Laura Brody, founder of Opulent Mobility and one of her sculptures Opulent Mobility has been a Fractured Atlas fiscally-sponsored project since September 2017. Its mission is to re-imagine disability, mobility, and access as opulent, powerful, and personal. Based in Altadena, California, Opulent Mobility produces art, mounts group exhibits, and holds workshops that start conversations about new ways to approach disability and its devices. The project has been hosted in Ventura (2013), Northridge (2015), and Hollywood, California (2018). The next two exhibits will be in New Jersey (2019) and Culver City (2020).
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by Molaundo Jones, Social Media Specialist at Fractured Atlas Andy Moerlein and Donna Dodson Donna Dodson & Andy Moerlein, “The Myth Makers,” have completed over 20 monumental public art projects worldwide and have been members of Fractured Atlas for ten years. Both artists have presented public work throughout the world at art museums, sculpture parks, and urban centers.
by Molaundo Jones, Social Media Specialist at Fractured Atlas Marsian De Lellis, Los Angeles, photo: William Short Marsian De Lellis is an interdisciplinary artist and writer whose practice incorporates sculpture, objects, installation, and time-based performance. Their work investigates contemporary forms of animism, death, sexuality, and addiction through the use of dolls, artificial figures, cutouts, pop-ups, performing objects, and wearable architecture. Marsian has been a member of Fractured Atlas since 2014.