H.C. Arnold is a writer and art critic. He holds a PhD from IDSVA, and he is an Instructor of Art and Art History at Moreno Valley College. He has published with Art and Cake, The Austin Chronicle, and Glasstire. He is a guest lecturer at the Magoski Arts Colony in Fullerton, and he has upcoming texts on the community created by contemporary graffiti and Micheal Brewster’s legacy in the sonic arts.
His areas of study include 20th century and contemporary art, continental philosophy and aesthetics, art theory, counterculture aesthetics, new media and interdisciplinary practices.You can also follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
He has been retweeted by Richard Prince and had coffee with David Byrne.