Scott Listfield Paints Post-Apocalyptic Scenes of the Bay Area

For a new Spoke Art SF exhibit entitled “ALGORITHM.”

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Massachusetts-based visual artist Scott Listfield is the subject of a new exhibition at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, California. Entitled “ALGORITHM,” Listfield creates a new batch of paintings that spotlight his ubiquitous astronaut traversing through post-apocalyptic environments of the Bay Area as per Arrested Motion. Accompanying the spaceman are dilapidated drones, autonomous cars in ruin, and drones surveilling the Bay Area.

Throughout the series, the artist challenges mankind’s dependency on technology. He expressed to the publication: “Just because we can do something, does that mean we should? What is technology without the human component? What kind of problems are we solving?” View select works above and expect an official launch on June 2 at Spoke Art Gallery.

In related stories, Ai Weiwei is set to launch three new exhibitions in Los Angeles.

Spoke Art SF
816 Sutter St.
San Francisco, CA 94109

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