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Lee Mulcahy is a Basalt-based conceptual artist, independent curator and farmer. His interdisciplinary works range from paintings to large-scale sculptural interventions to art as activism. In the past, his practice has been an exploration into both colour and form often referencing the Bauhaus and post-industrial modernist forms.
Artistically, he is most heavily influenced by the writings of Theodor Adorno's Frankfurt school, the Situation Internationalists and contemporary artist Ai Weiwei. The ideas embedded in his work are spiritual; however, he believes it is essential for contemporary artists to question established assumptions and challenge beliefs.