Paul Slocum’s obsessive output projects the best of a savvy DIY programmer, while simultaneously attaining a slightly caustic tone that speaks insightfully about our cultural milieu. The artist holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science, and this training defines his work. But he also brings a heavy dose of adolescent verve and humor to the table, presenting pieces that reveal technical dexterity, yet are engaging enough to seduce even the staunchest of luddites.
source: artlies - Garland Fielder
You're Not My Father (04:06)
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