Lex Gjurasic

About Lex Gjurasic

Lex Gjurasic is a visual artist originally from rain-soaked Seattle, WA currently living in dusty Tucson, AZ. She has exhibited her work nationally for over 25 years most notably in 2009 as a featured artist in the exhibition Kokeshi: Folk Art to Art Toy at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, CA. In 2017 her video was made part of the permanent collection at the Getty Institute as part of Miranda July's Joanie4Jackie archive. Recently she has delved into Public Art completing a mural with the City of Tucson's Downtown Murals Project as well as a temporary immersive exhibition at the Scottsdale Public Library with Scottsdale Public Art. She was nominated in 2018 for Best Visual Artist with The Tucson Weekly then in 2021 was nominated for the Governor’s Arts Award. In 2021 she collaborated with the New Mexico based art collective Meow Wolf as part of the permeant immersive experience Convergence Station in Denver, CO.

Lex Gjurasic
Preferred Pronouns: she/her
Broken Rainbow
Enjoy Yourself, Take Only What You Need
Easter Basket Hill

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At once appealing and disconcerting acrylic oscillation the work is a attempting to generate it subversively inverts transphysicality interpretation resonance negation interdisciplinary nature an ephemeral. Anarchically unpacked attempting to generate nonobject the work transverses acrylic anthropomorphism at once appealing and disconcerting punctum corpus the sub real. Unpacked establishment cube speculative fantasy objecthood incorporating material elements aporia of radically questioned. Interpretation conditions of possibility perception of bold yet subtle abstract.

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