Also residing in the studio is Drain’s collection of old books, magazines, calendars, and other printed ephemera, many of which get cut up and used in his paintings and collages. For the Locust Projects show, he sought out old bodybuilding magazines, using them to question another childhood belief system — what it means to become a man, and to experience adult male sexuality.
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Also residing in the studio is Drain’s collection of old books, magazines, calendars, and other printed ephemera, many of which get cut up and used in his paintings and collages. For the Locust Projects show, he sought out old bodybuilding magazines, using them to question another childhood belief system — what it means to become a man, and to experience adult male sexuality.