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Max Greis | AHA Artist in the Press

Max Greis

The world is changing faster than ever, from global warming and the loss of ecosystems, to the destruction of indigenous cultures and people. Industrialization has radically altered humanity’s relationship to nature, with simultaneously empowering and endangering effects.

I create landscapes that reflect this theme, penetrating time and space in an exploration of this process of transformation. Whether in painting, video, or diorama, I utilize collage built from many individual landscape scenes, seamlessly blended together to construct a globalized vision. The world that emerges is composed of my forms, thoughts, and narratives. I call it the Archaic Armageddon.

Max Greis - aerial image
Max Greis, "Aerial Survey" (2012) - collage & acrylic on panel - 14.5" x 24"

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“History Reconstructed”

by Max Greis & Alexis Hilliard

Opening: Saturday, March 12, 6-8pm

Max Greis & Alexis Hilliard - History Reconstructed

The world is changing faster than ever, from global warming and the loss of ecosystems, to the destruction of indigenous cultures and people. Industrialization has radically altered humanity’s relationship to nature, with simultaneously empowering and endangering e ects. Continue reading “History Reconstructed”