Simon Pericich is a visual artist whose hysterical, dark brand of makeshift art production is concerned with the terrifying awarensss that humanity and its current actions are, in essence, irrationally selfish and detrimental. Traversing large-scale installtion, video and image, his nihilistic dystopias act like an evolving epitah and harbinger for a future that seems out of control of its population. Sometimes stemming from the autobiographical, sometimes detached commentary on sonsumer trends, Perich's prolific practice forms transitory bonds between audience members and acts as an invitation or platform to participate. His methodology has been cited as relational aesthetics for perverts and his work has a a particular knack for salvaging commonplace materials or ideas to create absurd yet poetically obsessive shrines that examine yet defy commodification. His recognozably ad hoc and sinister style is always ready to inhabit new territories and tries to speak of that big heavy junk, you know, like being alive.