Speaking in Many Artistic Tones
Gronk's BrainFlame is the animated version and a visual interpretation of what he sees as the creative process, as well as an inventory of his imagery to this point in his career. His abstract works from the late 1990s and the early twenty-first century and the figures and landscapes from his diaries join together in one massive visualization of what it means to create.
Courtesy of the artist and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
Benavidez, M., Noriega, C. A., & Ponsie, S. L. (2007). Gronk. Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
Volume 1 of A Ver: Revisioning Art History, a series dedicated to the contributions of Latino and Latina artists to American and World Art History.
From more information on how to purchase Gronk, visit the University of Minnesota Press website.
See also: Teacher's Guide for Gronk
Special thanks to: Harry Gamboa Jr.