Though many may know him as the mask-wearing drummer of the metal punk band Lightning Bolt, Brian Chippendale’s art is both intensely dynamic and alluring—much like the band’s live performances. By experimenting with unconventional mediums—everything from paper drenched in cat piss to old fliers to bits of human skin, and other found material—Chippendale forges landscapes informed by an almost schizophrenic sensibility. Faces peer out from various vantage points while dotted colors collage the canvas in a very precise but discombobulating manner. During his live performances, Chippendale utters shrill screams from behind the mask, using a contact microphone and various effects pedals to distort and delay his voice. Similarly, his artwork gives off the appearance of having been processed or filtered so that the final product is undefined and nonsensical.