DAVID ONRI ANDERSON: I’M SO GLAD I GOT MY OWN (NATURAL HIGH)
Fluorescent Gallery / 627 N. Central St. August 4 - 25th
David Onri Anderson
I’m So Glad I Got My Own (Natural High) is a show of work that has been made over the past year that includes experimental approaches to painting and materials using intuitive processes that references tantric art in India, musical influences such as Sun Ra, Genesis P-Orridge and Curtis Mayfield, and alchemical possibilities in colors, materials, and repeating forms. The exhibition’s title is a reference to Curtis Mayfield’s No Thing On Me (Cocaine Song).
David Onri Anderson is a Nashville-based artist who received his BFA in 2016 from the Watkins College of Art, Design & Film. Anderson’s artwork has been exhibited nationally, including group shows at ZieherSmith in New York, the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center, and Zeitgeist Gallery in Nashville. In addition to his work as an artist, Anderson is co-director/curator of mild climate at The Packing Plant, and runs art-space Bijan Ferdowsi Gallery in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood.