“Take responsibility for everything you have created in this reality.” -Shrine
Brent Allen Spears, also known by Shrine, is an installation artist, painter, and muralist who has created over sixty art installs all over the world and fifty murals all over Los Angeles. He is an active artist of the festival scene as well as an Artivist–creating murals for inner city schools and creating art workshops for a school for autistic students in Africa.
Shrine shares his struggles with depression as a teenager and reveals how after surviving his near death experience, he appreciates the love and support of his grandmothers who had encouraged him to see himself as an artist and this has propelled him to redefine what is traditionally considered ugly, broken, and trashed by creating beautiful art from it.
Producer: Mingjie Zhai; Associate producer: Nancy Yeang; Interviewers: Chas Stieglar and Mingjie Zhai; Editors: Hsiao Wen Chu and Mingjie Zhai; Videographers: Jim Francesco, Mingjie Zhai, and Fareeth John; Photographers: Jim Francesco and Nancy Yeang
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