Born in 1972, Ionia, Michigan, lives and works on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
I collect stuff. And I re-present it. My job is to frame, edit, destroy and reconfigure this stuff into sculptures, events, installations, books, and new images. If I’m lucky, my art changes. Nothing is fixed. Everything fades, becomes richer, and eventually disappears. But only after I set it aside, shine a light on it, yell "Hey look at this!"
Aaron Krach was born in Michigan and raised in Southern California; he earned his BA in Visual Arts from UC San Diego in 1994.
-New York Art Book Fair, September 2014
-Things to Tell Your Lover book launch, Printed Matter, New York, 2013
-Codex, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, 2013
-The Author of this Book Committed Suicide, 2012, NYPL, New York
-Book 100 New York Mysteries published 2006
-Novel Half Life published 2004
Multimedia, photography, writing, installation