Adrian Pijoan transmits his work from somewhere out in the desert of the American Southwest. Sightings of Adrian have been reported at UFO festivals, Bigfoot research conferences, and in the dark recesses of the comments sections of low view count YouTube videos. Through his work Adrian explores the mythological landscapes of both real world and digital places, with a focus on the paranormal as contemporary folklore.
Adrian's work has been shown at Daniela Elbahara in Mexico City, Mexico; The Sanitary Tortilla Factory in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Wayfarers Gallery in Brooklyn, New York; The University of New Mexico Art Museum; SITE Santa Fe; CCA Santa Fe; Szara Kamienica Gallery in Krakow, Poland; Tokio Galeria in Lima, Peru; Bikini Wax Gallery in Mexico City, Mexico; as part of the International Symposium of Electronic Arts in Vancouver, Canada; and in other traditional and nontraditional spaces.
Adrian was born on Halloween in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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