Too brute to be fine too shrewd to be naïve

An outsider's outsider, Schnaiberg's first art teacher was his grandfather, who studied with Arthur Lismer then built an Art Brut collage 'salon' for over 20 years...

After seventeen semesters in art-school [kicked out of some, quit some] Lee finally recieved a BFA. Spent a decade VJing (Orbital, Aphex Twin, Tsuyoshi Suzuki, the live AV band Technopest and GodSpeed You! Black Emperor) and making experimental documentaries about climate-change solutions, which led into a decade and a half making eco-capital sculptures using capital as the primary medium.

Since 2012 Lee has returned to the picture-plane both with his TSIB The Space In Between multimedia series, and his new abstract-expressionist and post-impressionist cellphone pantings.

Lee has won awards for his paintings (Laureat du Quebec; CollegeArt '86), videos (Canadian Student Film Festival), and climate movies (EarthVision'98 in Santa Cruz). The Space In Between has recently been written about in Tripping on nothing: placebo psychedelics and contextual factors (published in Springer Nature 2020) where they imply his paintings make people as high as if they ate mushrooms.

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