ZOMBIE: 50 Artists Interpret the Word "Zombie"
In the past few years, the images of the walking dead have appeared in numerous ad campaigns, countless video games, and organized "zombie walks" across the USA. It seems everywhere we look, people have "zombie" on the brain. With this art show, we asked 50 artists to interpret the word "zombie". What is it about living dead that intrigues us? Is it the idea that they were once like us? Are the masses really consumer "zombies" programmed to receive and carry out the demands of commerce, by going out and shopping for the latest things they've been convinced that they need? Or is the zombie sensation just another popular culture craze? Get your zombie on with us this summer.
Artists include: Stefano Alcantara, Mia Araujo, William Basso, Michael Canavan, John Cebollero, Peter Chan, Bobby Chiu, Dave Chung, Steven J Daily, Matt Dangler, Brendan Danielsson, Kato Destefan, Dave DeVries, Rick Dienzo, Bob Dob, Zoetica Ebb, Bob Eggleton, Steve Ellis, Katelan Foisy, Alex Garant, Mark Garro, Eliza Gauger, Lisa Gloria, Gothic Hangman, Stan Grograou, Fred Harper, Kelley Hensing, Stephen Hickman, Joshua Hoffine, Martin Hsu, Charlie Immer, Sarah Joncas, J Anthony Kosar, Aimee Kuester, Edith Lebeau, Steven "Kid" Lew, Robert Mackenzie, Angie Mason, Vince Natale, Vincent Di Nguyen, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Lou Pimentel, Stephen Price, Carlos Ramos, Brandi Read, Chris Seaman, Allison Sommers, Tatiana Suarez, Lamour Supreme, Mark Texeira, Ben Walker, Eric Wilkerson, David C Wong, Jasmine Worth, Jane Ann Wynn, Chet Zar, Zombienose