ABOUT THE ARTIST
Shane Culp received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from University of North Texas in Denton, TX. While attending university Shane joined Good/Bad Art Collective, an artist run studio/gallery collaborative space located in Denton, TX. G/BAC organized solo and group shows at its own space as well as created large scale installations and performance based conceptual art at various galleries and museums in Texas and New York (most notably Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX; ABC no RIO gallery, New York, NY; Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX; University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX; Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX). While in G/BAC Shane joined Mission Giant, an experimental electronic band that played shows at venues, galleries and museums throughout Texas (Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas TX; Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio, TX; KNON 89.3FM, Dallas, TX; KVRX 91.7FM, Austin, TX; Idiego SXSW showcase, Austin, TX; among others). Mission Giant strived to create unique performances infusing elaborate stage sets, costumes and video projections into it’s synth-pop act. After nearly a decade with Mission Giant Shane moved to New York City to pursue building browser based interactive entertainment for MTV Networks, Lego, Adult Swim, Starz, etc. Shane began designing and constructing his own experimental electronic music instruments in 2012 that have been used in live performances with Myopic and Nite Risk. Shane continues to research, develop and evolve his interactive electronic works.