Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman

Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman create immersive environmental installations that play on ideas of drug culture, psychedelia, architecture, and film. Beginning with their first official collaborative piece, Hello Meth Lab in the Sun, the artists have created a web of reoccurring narratives that have sprawled into several connected works, most notably Black Acid Co-Op and Bright White Underground. Their most recent project, Shadow Pool: A Natural History of the San San International, is a performance-based piece illustrating the world of a hallucinatory 70s mega convention--part trade fair, part contemporary art exhibition and technology display. They have shown at Ballroom Marfa, Deitch Projects, and Country Club Gallery in the United States.

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