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2023 brings the return to sculpture! Two new constructs created in the last few months. Please visit Crocheted page to view!



Installed HR in a private home for a party!

July 2023


With shows planned for 2020 pushed back to 2022, this is the year for story and wall decor. I'm working on buyables for your home, and a galaxy space quest, 9th Planet. Check out the Decor & trinkets page, as well as new Drawings!

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Check out new drawings and Decor page!

M  O  L  T    Performance @ Torrence Museum of Art July 2021

Feeling a change can be a brutal process, and may take much longer than the act of change itself.


I like that in nature, the process of growth can be the ripping apart of old skin, or a perfect shell that is left to resemble an old form. While humans can flake off their skin, we don’t really see evidence of transformation until a major physical growth occurs. 

A child into adult, a drastic hair dye job, death making us seem smaller in size. How do we mark our internal changes?


While traveling blindly, navigating the cord of time- I ask viewers to contemplate change within themselves. Feeling light brushes of soft comfort while moving through a maze unknowingly, your concept of space and time dissolves for a moment and you are able to be with yourself fully, scared or focused- to imagine how you have transformed after such an illuminating year.  - Zac Monday

Planet City

Director and Production Designer Liam Young with Costume Director/Producer Ane Crabtree, VFX supervisor Alexey Marfin, Still photography by Driely S and original score by Forest Swords and EMEL

Director Liam Young
Production Design Liam Young

Visual Effects Supervisor Alexey Marfin 

Costume Director/Producer Ane Crabtree 
Original Score Forest Swords Vocals EMEL 

Visual Effects Case Miller, Aman Sheth, Vivian Komati, Yucong Wang
Lead Researcher Case Miller
Researcher Pierce Myers

Narrative Consultant Jennifer Chen
West Coast Costume Assistant Courtney Mitchell
East Coast Costume Assistant Ela Erdogan
Costume Artists Holly McQuillian, Karin Peterson, Kathryn Walters (Zero Waste Weavers), Aneesa Shami (High Altitude Bot Herder), Yeohlee Teng (Code Talker), Courtney Mitchell (Beekeeper), Ane Crabtree (Nomadic Worker, Algae Diver, Drone Shepard)
Fibre Artist Janice Arnold
Mask Artists Liam Young (High Altitude Bot Herder, Code Talker, Algae Diver, Drone Shepard), Zac Monday (Zero Waste Weavers Blue + Gold), Aneesa Shami (Zero Waste Weavers Pink)

Costume Still Photography Driely S
Costume stills Photoshoot Produced by Eva Huang

Performed by David Freeland Jr, AJ and Miguel Alejandro Lopez, Joy Brown of Jacob Jonas The Company

Commissioned by NGV Melbourne

Curator Ewan McEoin

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view Commissions page for video

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Cover Sleeve & Interview in Latest UC- San Diego Magazine


November 2020 : In the Seattle Times!


Check out my new show in Seattle @ the Museum of Museums "Goodwitch/Badwitch" curated by @thehoodwitch & Greg Lundgren


Now a VR Awards Finalist!

Graphic from Enrique Agudo's The Pantheon of Queer Mythology, 2020.

Jonny Cota's Skingraft  Window Display, Los Angeles Ca. 2019.

Art. Yarn. Crochet.

Photography by Designer Jonny Cota

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