'Melt Down' by Andrew Schoultz Depicts Everyday American Life

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 17, 2010 • References: brandonshigeta & hypebeast
Showing at Project Space is a bright and in-your-face installation exhibition called 'Melt Down' by Andrew Schoultz. Taking inspiration from American society and everyday life, a few guesses can be made about the message behind his art.

Using a combination of sculptural and painted media, the artist has expressed his thoughts with fiery fuchsias and thick blacks on the walls, the floor and his own built pieces. There's a certain irony to 'Melt Down' by Andrew Schoultz suggesting man's inevitable destruction of his own creations. Stats for Pink Political Art Trending: Older & Mild
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