Artist statement on the work:
Attic spaces are often associated with ghosts. But in “Seep” the specters are coming in from the exterior world. Extinction, toxicity, climate change anxiety are all possible sources of this haunting. Our elaborate systems of shelter are increasingly less able to maintain our false separation from nature.
Kevin C. Pyle is an artist, illustrator and graphic novelist. He has also done installations and performances inspired by his comic narratives that have been presented at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mass MOCA, Exit Art and Princeton University. His comics and illustrations have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The New Yorker and numerous other publication. He is the author/illustrator of five graphic novels and docucomics.