Our good friend @struggle_inc paid a visit to the #WandawegaHilllhouse to shoot his new series. So excited for this photography by @_lyndonfrench_. (First 4)@Louisbuhl: We are pleased to announce the first edition of sculptures by #CodyHudson! Plant Based Architecture (Lets Stay Alive) is a series of 3 dimensional mono prints hand-screened onto plywood and cut into graphic shapes of house plants. The sculptures will be available on Thursday, August 22nd at 12PM on Louisbuhl.com The works include silkscreened imagery of loose shapes, textures and abstracted graphic and Earth, and blank screens were used to draw through the screens, adding further form and pattern to each piece of wood. Some of the cutters are loose graphic interpretations of actual plants in my studio, while others reference cacti that produce psychoactive alkaloids. Im interested in the connection between living plants and their effect on the human state of mind, both psychedelically and psychologically. – Cody Hudson…CODY HUDSON works as a multimedia artist, but is often considered a painter and graphic designer. His use of graphic line work and palette of bright colors create a body of paintings that reference his narrative of longing and hopefulness while also finding context within contemporary abstract painting. The artist is interested in the elemental use of shape as signifier, but goes further by allowing the forms to be direct extensions of the paintings poetic content.Hudsons solo exhibitions include Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, New Image, LA (with Sean Cassidy), Rocket Gallery, Tokyo, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Group exhibitions include V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, and Chicago Today, Chicago. His work has been exhibited at fairs in New York, Basel, Los Angeles, and Miami. His graphic design contributions are known under the name Struggle Inc. His work is in numerous private and public collections.