"Play Dirty" Open Studio Printmaking Exhibit

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Exhibit of traditional and non-traditional printmaking processes by 2 exploring artists and their response to what play means to them.

NOMAD exists to foster a artistic collaboration and creative expression.

The Nomad Art Compound located North of Silverlake in Frogtown is an eclectic mecca of the Los Angeles creative class. This location in the heart of Elysian Valley is a dynamic energy center with a creative vibe. Nomad has space available for filming, photo shoots, and special
events, printmaking workshops and print labs.

"PLAY DIRTY" Printmaking Collaborative Show
Work from Damon Robinson and Ivonne Adel-Bureos

About the Artists:

Damon Robinson got his first experiences with printmaking in his grandfather's (Joe Mugnaini) studio in Eagle Rock, CA. The surprises of analogue, and alchemic processes as well as the raw human elements were a profound inspiration for his work and his vision for the printmaking studio as a laboratory environment for co-creativity.
Damon is an LA based artist, designer and founder of
of Praise the Lowered and NOMAD Los Angeles.

Ivonne Adel-Bureos has been working and living in various cities across Mexico for the last 2 years; Mexico City, Acapulco, Guadalajara. Having worked and lived in many countries around the world, she returned to her birthplace to further explore her creative passions for printmaking. In mid 2011 she relocated from working at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute, as a print technician and instructor, to promote and create urban imagery and its semiotics
within communities; the importance of our everyday objects. Ivonne works closely in collaborating with different artists from different creative backgrounds to exposing and promoting the importance of collaboration projects and awareness of the sense of community:
printmakers, graffiti artists, graphic designers, painters,
sculptures, muralists and new media artists.



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