Interview by Dann Gaymer.
Published by Kukje Gallery
Famed for his "burnout" works, in which a team of motorcyclists ride roughshod over a floor of painted boards, Aaron Young (born 1972) has found all kinds of ways to make art from the props of the cityscape, spraying surfer tags on enameled-bronze rocks and gold-plating urban fixtures such as chain link fences and traffic barricades. Repeat Offender reproduces in full-bleed plates the artist's recent works, including the burnout pieces, the gold-plated barricades, cast wrecking balls and his burnout text pieces on glass.
UPS GROUND IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S. FOR CONSUMER ONLINE ORDERS