June – July 2002
Geschke’s satirical work finds absurdity in the familiar. Elements drawn from popular culture are brought together into an associative space, which opens new meanings and narratives. Using a broad range of materials and solid color, his recent work explores the themes of communication, technology and propaganda.
Geschke has exhibited his work at the Esther Claypool Gallery in Seattle, WA, The Contemporary Museum in Baltimore and at the Grounds for Sculpture in NJ. He received his MFA, from Maryland Institute, College of Art. He has attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ME, and the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle.