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Ross and Fry discuss recent projects as well as themes surrounding the gallery’s current exhibition, SMALL V01CE, curated by Jesse Damiani.

Landon Ross is a Los Angeles artist working primarily in painting, sculpture, video, and installation. Ross’s work explores the ontology of mathematics, consciousness, the self, and seeks to explore origin-stories of a distinct epistemological stance: those derived from nature. The artist’s once-central role in channeling the human inclination for the transcendent or the sublime is one that Ross seeks to continue from within the framework of naturalism.

Stephen Fry is a British actor, comedian, writer, and advocate. He’s known for his writing across novels, memoirs, and plays, including titles like “Moab Is My Washpot” and “Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold.” Fry has also directed and authored works such as “Stephen Fry in America.” On television, he’s appeared in shows like “A Bit of Fry & Laurie” and “Jeeves and Wooster,” while also hosting programs like “QI” and “Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive.” An outspoken advocate for mental health awareness and LGBTQ+ rights, Fry’s multifaceted career has left a lasting impact on entertainment and social discourse.