Denial: Shelf Medication
Treason Gallery, Seattle, WA - Feb 7 – Mar 16
Daniel J. Bombardier is a Canadian mural artist from Windsor, Ontario, who adopted the graffiti tag DENIAL in 1999. He is celebrated for art exhibitions and mural interventions in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver and elsewhere. Shelf Medication focuses on sculptures of large capsules with brand names including Visa, Burger King, Wendy’s and Chanel to satirize how everything becomes ubiquitous through massadvertising. DENIAL uses well-known brands, recalling the early work of Damien Hirst.