Burn, Baby, Burn: Grady Corbitt and Colin McElroy on ‘Meet Us At The Dumpster Fire’

Taking stock of America in 2018, from the recent heat waves in New York and Los Angeles to the daily missives from the President’s Twitter feed, a dumpster fire seems like an apt metaphor. At least that’s what artists and curators Grady Corbitt and Colin McElroy argued in their recent group exhibition Meet Us At The Dumpster Fire at Los Angeles’s That That Gallery.

Meet Us At The Dumpster FireInstallation viewThat That Gallery, Los Angeles

“Upon scrutinizing the current s...

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