Drones Gallery Show Features Abstract Paintings Made On Command

Drones Gallery Show Features Abstract Paintings Made On Command

The graffiti artist's series will be exhibited at the first Silicon Valley Art Fair.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 8 april 2014

Multi-media artist KATSU has created a series of abstract paintings made by remote-controlled drones.

The exhibition, aptly called Drone Paintings, is presented by New York art gallery The Hole as a solo booth at the very first Silicon Valley Art Fair on April 10 to 13. The exhibit will also feature a video about how the paintings were created and the technology that was used.

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