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Screenprint on Canvas, Acrylic Detailing

In Working Titles, Luke Chiswell reevaluates his creative process by transforming the act of titling a future work into an art form in its own right. These pieces stand as reference of the artist's process in drawing inspiration from everyday life and preserving mementos from the places and objects he’s encountered. This ethos centers on seizing creative opportunities in the present moment whenever possible. The series underscores the importance of the creative journey itself, with a deliberate focus on the process rather than an excessive fixation on the final work. In his words:
“When I first came to NYC, I would make work and hang it on the construction walls, that feeling of wanting to show your work but not having anywhere to do so. Just put it up, it felt important to revisit that mindset. There is a specific green they use in NYC that I love.”

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“Each work tells it's own story through unique markings and scratches, their own destruction giving rise to a moment, to a memory, to an achievement.”
-Luke Chiswell
Luke Chiswell

About the Artist

Luke Chiswell

Featured in Hypebeast and Vogue UK, painter, sculptor and printmaker Luke Chiswell explores how the continual use of everyday objects--like skateboards and hotel stationery -- can hold a record of aspiration, error and accomplishment.

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Current Exhibition

Echoes of Being

Group Show
April 12 - May 28

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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About the Process

Chiswell's Trophies Series

To make works from his "Trophies" series, Chiswell skates on a skateboard until it breaks. During each skating session he repeats a specific word, like "try" or "best" to himself. When the board breaks, Chiswell considers it then a "Trophy" and the word he repeated is carved into it.