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Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
updated: 09/22/2013
website: http://albertfallickwang.artcat.me/
 
   
 
 
     
 
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art-medium
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Ann Cultured
Don't Piss on Me
From Paris with Hatred
Fuck Damien Hirst
Here Comes the Fuzz
Kate of Willendorf
Aiiieeee!
The War Just Begun
Kids Smoke Crayons I
Kids Smoke Crayons II
Military Funding
Dictator
One Nation Under Burger King
The Killing Football Fields
Friendship
 
Portfolio Keywords:  collage, consumer culture, information, mapping, narrative, political, social criticism, violence, conceptual
 
 
Ann Cultured by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Ann Cultured
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Don't Piss on Me by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Don't Piss on Me
Stencil and ink on paper
2010
16" x  20" 
From Paris with Hatred by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
From Paris with Hatred
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  40" 
Fuck Damien Hirst by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Fuck Damien Hirst
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Here Comes the Fuzz by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Here Comes the Fuzz
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Kate of Willendorf by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Kate of Willendorf
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Aiiieeee! by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Aiiieeee!
stencil and ink on paper
2012
Dimensions variable
The War Just Begun by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
The War Just Begun
stencil and ink on paper
2010
40" x  20" 
Kids Smoke Crayons I by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Kids Smoke Crayons I
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Kids Smoke Crayons II by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Kids Smoke Crayons II
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Military Funding by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Military Funding
stencil and ink on paper
2010
40" x  20" 
Dictator by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Dictator
digital drawing, printed on photographic paper
2012
Dimensions variable
One Nation Under Burger King by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
One Nation Under Burger King
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
The Killing Football Fields by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
The Killing Football Fields
stencil and ink on paper
2010
20" x  16" 
Friendship by Robert Mott (Albert Fallick-Wang)
Friendship
digital drawing, printed on photographic paper
2012
Dimensions variable

Artist Statement

These are the stencils that I use for my graffiti work. They are extremely political and point out the hypocrisy of both the left-wing and right-wing people.

My work addresses lots of issues ranging from government-sponsored torture to the use of disaster funds for public control by corporations to foreclosures to the corruption in the art market. I like to provoke by delivering concise statements about humanity from cynical humor.

My new series include preliminary studies that blur the distinction between the scientific view of an event and the personal interpretation of history. Random images rendered in blobs of abstractions represent the attraction of the reader into the vortex of deconstruction.

These photographs are a preview for future paintings in this series. 

Artist Bio / CV
Robert Mott (not his graffiti tag name) was born in New York City and works secretly in a studio in Brooklyn as well as undisclosed off-site locations throughout the New York subways as well as other places across the United States where he hides out at. For various years, he has been working as an anonymous member of the Poster Boy collective (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poster_Boy_(street_artist)) as one of his stand-ins. He has been exhibited in both solo and group shows particularly at 3rd Ward and other places across the country. 

For design work, Mott has been involved in various commissions that combine photography, billboards, as well as sticker art. He firmly believes that the Xacto knife, scissor, technology, and collage are the weapons to combat over-commercialism in contemporary art as well as promoting a more egalitarian society using raw technique and ideas, particularly with the culture jamming mashup on anything he can get his hands on. 

He likes Douglas Gordon, Kara Walker, Banksy as well as Aakash Nihalani and a hell of lotta other artists that he can't name because that would give himself away.