In his solo exhibition Occupied Spaces, Michigan artist Justin Shull presents a series of personal meditations on the environments that we shape and inhabit, and he invites us to consider how these environments shape us in return. Though the subjects vary within the works, they all reflect on the notion of presence. From suburban alley to fiery volcano, each piece embraces a spirit of celebration and curiosity, asking us to pause and contemplate our relationship with the natural world, our built environment, and ourselves.
Did you miss Justin's Coffee@10 talk? Watch the recording here.