Art + Design alum DB Amorin exhibits at PICA
Author: School of Art + Design
Posted: June 19, 2018

Recent graduate from the School of Art and Design, DB Amorin (BA in Art Practice, 2016), has a large scale video installation in an exhibition at PICA (Portland Institute for Contemporary Art) this summer. The group show, "The Snake," opens with a public reception on June 9. The exhibition continues through August 4, 2018 at PICA's Hancock Street location. For all details visit

The Snake, June 9 through August 4, 2018 at PICA

DB Amorin is an artist from Honolulu, Hawai’i currently living and working in Portland, Oregon USA. He works within video, expanded audio and augmented environments, drawing upon DIY methodologies and using lo-fi or open source technology to create mediated experiences. He is a founding member of Public Annex, an arts organization that aims to break down systemic barriers that prohibit marginalized populations from inclusivity within contemporary arts. Since 2005, he has curated deepwhitesound, an online exhibition of experimental audio by international artists. His work has been supported with awards from several organizations including the Regional Arts & Culture Council, the Precipice Fund grant funded by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Calligram Foundation and administered by Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) in 2013, and Open Signal Portland Community Media Center in Portland, Oregon. His visual art and curatorial programming have been exhibited at Luggage Store Gallery, Soundwave ((7)) Biennial (San Francisco, CA USA), PICA’s TBA:16, FalseFront, White Gallery and Weird Shift (Portland, OR USA), as well as Gallery ’Iolani, GoHA, Doris Duke Theatre and CRC Cube Space (Honolulu, HI USA), among others.