Bill Mazza is a Brooklyn-based visual artist and community activist
His work uses representational forms and media to explore the spatial and temporal relationships of people to their environments.
His work isn't scared of pop culture and pop culture references.
He sees no contradiction between Art & Politics.
He believes in the transformative nature of the creative act, and as a result supports public art projects.
He thinks all art is foremost a form of communication, and when art denies this it ignores its sense of purpose and relevence.
He feels art should find ways to demonstate it's relevance to be—well—relevant.
And no, he isn't convinced that an art's indifference to this relevance invalidates an art's art-ess. It just renders it arty, and a little less interesting.
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