Keli Anaya is an artist that utilizes the philosophy of street art to highlight the results of consumerism on humanity and the environment. He emphasizes the way people engage with consumerism by creating situations that make them interact with commonly used materials. He hopes to draw attention to the unintentional suicide that people create by using disposable products.
His work has been exhibited in such places as the Dimock Gallery, the Luther W. Brady Gallery, the Smith Building Gallery, and through Project Dispatch. He is the cofounder of VESTIBULE, a gallery show and art party.
Anaya lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
For commissions please contact him at kelianaya (@) gmail (dot) com.