Montana Gulbrand

Montana Gulbrand

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Montana Gulbrand's is an artist, designer, and multidisciplinary creator. Their work playfully investigates the overlap between the internet, art, popular culture, and the current political, social, and economic landscape. How do the texts, images, and commodities we consume mirror the lived effects of late stage capitalism and 24/7 economies? The tensions between the digital and physical, labor and leisure, authorship and copyright, working class and bourgeois, and free and freedom are the site of their work and creative inquiry . Their trans-disciplinary artistic practice employs remixing and recontextualization throughout many mediums including installation, code, performance, print, and video to challenge a multitude of social, political, and economic issues resulting from American Imperialism and capitalism. The result is work that critically examines the current structures of power in which we operate as well as the complexities of the contemporary zeitgeist. Montana Gulbrand has been featured on the Boston Art Review, shown work at The Thomas Young Gallery, The Godine Gallery, and Polykhroma, and worked on printed designs for Telluride Film Festival. They currently live and work out of Boston, MA.

websites: montanagulbrand.com + thedownload.rip
instagram: @montanagulbrand
Montana Gulbrand's is an artist, designer, and multidisciplinary creator. Their work playfully investigates the overlap between the internet, art, popular culture, and the current political, social, and economic landscape. How do the texts, images, and commodities we consume mirror the lived effects of late stage capitalism and 24/7 economies? The tensions between the digital and physical, labor and leisure, authorship and copyright, working class and bourgeois, and free and freedom are the site of their work and creative inquiry . Their trans-disciplinary artistic practice employs remixing and recontextualization throughout many mediums including installation, code, performance, print, and video to challenge a multitude of social, political, and economic issues resulting from American Imperialism and capitalism. The result is work that critically examines the current structures of power in which we operate as well as the complexities of the contemporary zeitgeist. Montana Gulbrand has been featured on the Boston Art Review, shown work at The Thomas Young Gallery, The Godine Gallery, and Polykhroma, and worked on printed designs for Telluride Film Festival. They currently live and work out of Boston, MA.

websites: montanagulbrand.com + thedownload.rip
instagram: @montanagulbrand

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