Skewed Visions fosters innovative, thoughtful artistic practice, questioning the way things are.
Skewed Visions belongs to the long tradition that sees art as a fiercely independent response to reality. Not content with received ideas of what an arts experience should be, Skewed Visions works to change the landscape of daily life. Members make this work possible.
From our 1997 installation, Urban Sirens, in an office storefront window, to our cell phone/GPS enabled exploration Invisible City, to our most recent execution and remembrance called Losing Kantor, Skewed Visions relishes opening doors and minds to thinking differently.
Our programming includes many ongoing forums for passionately exploring, discussing, improving, and thinking about art of all kinds, including Screen, Notes, Book Talk, and How Dare You! -- all available to members at no charge.
"Skewed Visions is creating important and ground-breaking work" --Variety