Artist David Huffman finds unexpected color and light in the form of crystal meth. His paintings become "social abstractions" shaped by societal concern over the decimation caused by the drug.
David Huffman is part of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' sixth triennial survey exhibition of Bay Area art, "Bay Area Now 6".
• Video by Kai Hsing (proto-kai.com)
• Music via Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org/music/Eric_Boros/
• More about the triennial exhibition that Ranu is part of at ybca.org/ban6-visual-exhibition