Jonah Freeman

In Jonah Freeman's art, architecture reflects dystopic visions, psychotic episodes, and the workings of drug-related subcultures. Freeman is best known for the maze-like installations he has created with artist Justin Lowe; their 2009's Black Acid Co-Op transformed Deitch Projects into an illicit laboratory/squatter's den. He has also worked in video; 2004's The Franklin Abraham chronicles life in a futuristic mega-block of an apartment complex. His art has appeared in the Prague, Tirana, and Busan Biennials, and at museums including MoMA PS1 and the Wexner Center for the Arts.