The “mistakes” of a glitch break apart what you are looking at, reconstructing that image into something new. A glitch is a representation of the ways we misunderstand each other and the world. Eric is a Bay Area artist. His work could mean a lot of things. It doesn't have to mean anything, because it’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. Eric studied Studio Art at California College of the Arts.
Solo Exhibition
2016 — Standing in Misunderstanding, Totally Rad Gallery, Berkeley, CA

Group Exhibitions
2015 — ArtSpan Art Auction 15, SOMArts, San Francisco, CA
2014 — Hemp Necklace, Maniac Gallery, Oakland, CA
2013 — MFA Show, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2012 — New York Studio Exhibition: Contemporary Dialogues around Painting, Isabelle Percy West Gallery, Oakland, CA
2011 — Derivatives: Origins in Geometry, The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art Juror: Vincent Falsetta

Public Art Commissions
2016 — Arts Alive Ingleside: Art Banners on Ocean Avenue

Panel Discussions
2013 — ArtPadSF, Tumblr Arts Summit, May 17th
2012 — Critique Culture Workshop, California College of the Arts

Curriculum Vitae
“Question”, California College of the Arts MFA Thesis 2013