Justin Garcia, born Houstonian, is a time architect, influenced by the unending connection between art and science studied by DaVinci. His fascination with aging and how change occurs, led him to undergo a deep self-psychoanalysis through the abstraction ofhis first seven series spanning over a decade.
Spending two years away from the art scene, several months of which he spent isolated in central Mexico. He mapped and constructed a theoretical model that captures the intersection of experience, awareness, and control across time and subjectmatter (Humanity’s Sustainable Infinite (HSI)).
In late 2015, he announced the completion and publication of his first book, One Ton Goldfish: In Search of the Tangible Dream, a documentation of HSI and retrospective of his seven series in which Garcia’s personal truth carries universal meaning.
“Walls of Time,” his eighth series, focuses on the complexity of time and the human perception of it through the simplicity of aging walls as architectural structures representing reality.