Featuring paintings that combine darkly comedic text with pop-culture images, Lahr forms a narrative about working-class identity and the shaping of gender norms through mass culture. His painting style explores the question of how the visual language of digital culture can be co-opted through the practice of painting by integrating technology as a method to produce his work, impacting his use of color, saturation, and design.
Jason Lahr, Associate Professor of Art, Art History, and Design
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