Harley Lafarrah Eaves

Region: MFA Annual

My work lies in the same bedroom as the psychedelic and camp aesthetic that promotes confusion while postulating equality. Along with it lie drug folklore, love, occult conspiracies, and cultural phenomena. It is as if the work were Fox Mulder from the popular FOX network show The X-Files as an angst-ridden teenager sitting in a bedroom filled with bong smoke, Christmas lights, psychedelic posters, and succulent plants, with odd ceramic sculptures littering the windowsill, who is trying to impress his partner, Dana Scully, by playing Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon while the M.G.M. production of The Wizard of Oz runs in the background.