See the 2019 brains at locations across Toronto in August!
Showing the function of the brain through the imagery of a Mid-Century modern motel. Like any dwelling, the brain can host ideas or kick them out. Healthy neural pathways look like a roadmap - taking the ideas from place to place.
Christopher Konecki is self-taught and constantly experimenting. He is known for completing large-scale aerosol murals, fine artwork including paintings and miniature sculptures, as well as various public and private site-specific installations. His work is explorative of social consciousness, generally irreverent, and focused on subjects that are both serious and absurd. Christopher’s use of found and “repurposed” objects in his work advocates the reassessment of typical ideals of function and beauty. Elements of nature often collide with harsh urban landscapes and elements of street art and graffiti, symbolizing the ongoing struggle between the harmonious coexistence of these two competing monumental forces.