Red Cell is an artist, writer, musician, and curator. His interest in counter-culture, subculture and sub-rosa scenes around the world and through the ages leads him to many unusual places and connections. While in Santa Fe, NM, Red spent his time founding and running numerous successful not-for-profit arts and entertainment groups, as well as performing and creating new works.
In 2010, Red Cell helped found both the After Hours Alliance (AHA) and The AHA Festival in Santa Fe, NM. It remains the largest progressive arts and music festival in the SouthWest.
Currently, Red operates The End of Being, founded in 2009, which describes itself as, “An Esoteric Guide to Difficult and Unusual Art, Music, Film, People, and Ideas.”
Red curated The MOV-iN Gallery (2008 – 2011). Founded by David Stout of NoiseFold fame, it was the only exhibition space devoted to New Media and Time Based arts in New Mexico.
Red co-founded and co-curated The Asia Now Film Series with Tidepoint Pictures’ Tetsuki Ijichi, at The Screen Theater, which brought rare and important contemporary Asian film to the USA.
Red Cell founded and curated The Process (2006 – 2012) in Santa Fe, NM, which was an influential not-for-profit arts and music collective. In the years it was active, it played a key role in revitalizing the cultural breadth and importance of the region, bringing more than 250 performers and artists to Santa Fe, NM.
Red is also half of the conceptual art duo, the Product Division, along with artist JC Gonzo. They create multidisciplinary artworks, music, performances, and writings. http://www.theproductdivision.com/