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Artist Punk Me Tender creates a one-of-a-kind work for Psychedelic Robot, a perceptual happening from the Bivins Gallery.


A Psychedelic Sight

By Krystal Sarna

Photo courtesy of Punk Me Tender


Immerse yourself in a psychedelic world, conjured up from the minds of acclaimed artists, daring gallerists and cutting-edge emerging talent.

From the Bivins Gallery at Crescent Court comes a 10-day, immersive art experience dubbed Psychedelic Robot. Internationally recognized artists including Punk Me Tender, LeCash, not.travis and Laura Moore have joined together to create an escapist’s Instagrammable dream of textures, sights and sounds. “We want the immersive environment of Psychedelic Robot to help grow curious spectators into seasoned collectors,” said co-owner Karen Bivins. Inside the pop-up museum, you’ll find a whimsical mix of French-born, Los Angeles-based artist Punk Me Tender’s signature larger-than-life butterfly works; Dallas-based duo, The Color Condition’s woven works enveloping the VIP area; and art that tows the line of consumerism by New York City-based artist Jojo Anavim. Pieces inspired by the show’s aesthetic will be for sale throughout the event – from limited edition works starting at $350, to artist originals ($5,000 to $75,000). See you there! Sept. 20-29, Patron Pass $35, Collector Pass $200, Innovator Pass $675, 500 Crescent Court, Ste. 154