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Paintings to Exhibit at the End of the World, acrylic, cotton, stickers, graphite, coffee and mixed-media on canvas tarps hung in the woods. Adam Turl (2018-2019)

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

Spilled Kiosk / Image Picking. Stickers, post-card display, cards. (The Barista Who Disappeared, 2018)


Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

Ohio Erasure Castle. Acrylic, marker, Sharpie, clay slip, photocopies, stickers, post-it notes, coffee and mixed media on canvas tarp.Also in foreground, What Hurts Also Helps (left) and Alien Space Pirates Flag (right).

Medusa of Old Town Liquors (13 Baristas). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas (2015).

13 Baristas (2015). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas with coffee cups, found and sculptural objects, printed newspapers.

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

13 Baristas (2015). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas with coffee cups, found and sculptural objects, printed newspapers.

Lucy Parsons at the Golden Nugget (The Barista Who Could See the Future) (2016). Acrylic, Sharpie, wig hair, glitter, stickers and mixed media on canvas.

Revolt of the Swivel Chairs at The Cube Las Vegas (2018)

Social Practice Art Ate My Baby (Cité internationale des arts) (Paris 2016)

Kick the Cat (2015) by Adam Turl. Acrylic, coffee and mixed-media on canvas with found objects, cups and other material.

The Barista Who Could See the Future at Artspace 304 (2018)


Red Mars (2016). Acrylic, coffee, meteorite dust, glitter, stickers on canvas with telescope, LED sign, cups, found objects and "comic." (Photo: James Byard/Washington University)

Rahab (Revolt of the Swivel Chairs). Detail. Acryic, stickers, marker, buttons, post-it notes, stapes, coffee and mixed media on canvas tarps. (2017-2018).

The Barista Who Could See the Future (2016) at Dollar Art House (St. Louis)

A Painter for Our Time (2014). Acrylic, cotton, concrete, newspaper, mixed-media and ash with sharpie on canvas, found objects, lights, newspapers.

13 Baristas (2015). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas with coffee cups, found and sculptural objects, printed newspapers.

Social Practice Art Ate My Baby (Cube Gallery) (Las Vegas 2018)

Failed Cosmos: 618 Spiders. Based on a poem by Tish Markley (2018)

Dead Paintings no. 10 (2014). Acrylic and mixed-media paintings placed in an earth trench.

I Heart Communist Space Pirates on the cover of December 28.2 (2017)

After You Leave (13 Baristas). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas (2015).

The Healing Properties of Post-Industrial Debris: IH Bricks (The Barista Who Could See the Future). Acrylic, coffee, glitter ash, stickers, wig-hair, Sharpie on canvas with bricks from the abandoned International Harvester plant in Canton, Illinois and wood (2017).

Red Mars (2016). Acrylic, coffee, meteorite dust, glitter, stickers on canvas with telescope, LED sign, cups, found objects and "comic." (Top Photo: James Byard/Washington University)

Luries. Gold painted cat shit. (2018) (Adam Turl)

Kuato (Red Mars). Acrylic, stickers, wheat-paste, glitter and meteorite dust on canvas (2016).

Povich Deer (Revolt of the Swivel Chairs). Acrylic, stickers, marker, photocopies, buttons, post-it notes, coffee and mixed media on canvas banner with poles (installation view). (2017-2018) (Adam Turl)

Athena Correctional Facility (Red Mars). Acrylic, stickers, wheat-paste, glitter and meteorite dust on canvas (2016).

America's Spiritual Heroes (2014). Oil, acrylic, cotton, ash, concrete and mixed media on canvas with food, found materials and iron.

Red Mars (2016). Acrylic, coffee, meteorite dust, glitter, stickers on canvas with telescope, LED sign, cups, found objects and "comic."

Cover art for Octavio Quintanilla's If I Go Missing (Slough Press, 2014)

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

Dead Paintings no. 10 (2014). Acrylic and mixed-media paintings placed in an earth trench.

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

Spilled Kiosk / Image Picking. Stickers, post-card display, cards. (The Barista Who Disappeared, 2018)

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

Erasure Chancellor/Carlo Montemagno Eats Brains (The Barista Who Disappeared). Acrylic, marker, Sharpie, photocopies, coffee, stickers, post-it notes, and mixed media on canvas tarp

The Certainty of Math (13 Baristas). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas (2015).

Social Practice Art Ate My Baby (Artspace 304) (2018)

Utah Debt Collector (The Barista Who Could See the Future) (2016). Acrylic, Sharpie, wig hair, glitter, stickers and mixed media on canvas.

Anachsa project in irrealist Brechtian cybernetics by Adam Turl with Tish Markley (2018)

New Lubberland (The Barista Who Disappeared). Acrylic, marker, Sharpie, clay slip, condoms, photocopies, stickers, coffee, post-it notes, camo and mixed media on canvas tarp (2018).

Temporarily Embarrassed Millionaires (Revolt of the Swivel Chairs). Acrylic, stickers, marker, photocopies, buttons, post-it notes, coffee and mixed media on canvas tarp (2017) (Adam Turl)

The Barista Who Disappeared (2018) at Artspace 304

13 Baristas (2015). Acrylic, coffee and gum on canvas with coffee cups, found and sculptural objects, printed newspapers.

Revolt of the Swivel Chairs at The Cube Las Vegas (2018)

The Last Barista. Acrylic, stickers, marker, photocopies, buttons, post-it notes, coffee and mixed media on canvas banner with poles (installation view). (2018) (Adam Turl)