Damon Soule was born in Atlanta, GA but spent the majority of his childhood in New Orleans LA. In 1993, Soule moved to San Francisco with a packed bag of clothes, a small box of art supplies, and $300. Inspired by physics, chemistry, music, and universal knowledge, his work incorporates a bold use of saturation and composition, and is a visual manifestation of the intellectual quandaries he explores on a regular basis. He moved to New York and Portland before returning to San Francisco Bay Area in 2011.
What's Left SF
Video by Luna Rienne Gallery
Reflections on the recent changes in San Francisco.