Hot Mess, the artist duo composed of Luka Sabbat and Noah Dillon, met through Twitter and two years later the pair launched an exhibition under the artist name Hot Mess, a multi-layered project with an interactive virtual reality segment. Luka Sabbat was raised between New York and Paris, the artist, model, actor, and entrepreneur represent a new wave of multi-hyphenate young entrepreneurs shaping the industry. Noah Dillon is from southwest Colorado. His interests lay among the separation of the in between. Nature meets city. Isolation meets the antonym.
The ubiquitous American savor. Body blood and spirit, the fabric of ‘Freedom. Woven from cotton, linen, and printed with a familiar face to validate its worth. Tucked in purse or pocket, the token to serve as the cross on the wall, the Bible on the bookshelf, the lover in the sheets. Worth more than life. This true Jesus Christ. Born of earth and never to die. The one hundred dollar bill. Set, framed, and mounted above family photos. But what is the hundred worth to each family in the regions in which they pursue it? And compared to the note, what worth is the family? There are over 3,000 counties in the US of A. Each county represented by a family, a couple, a success, a failure, a person. Attached to a hundred dollar bill, priced accordingly. But according to who? Each bill accompanied by iconic imagery of those who chase it, need it, or shirk it. And for each person, for each county, in each image, does the audience see fear? Failure? Excess? Love? Passion? Pursuit? Individual portraits shaded by the all-encompassing single portrait of America: the green and blue Franklin un inching.
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