“It’s given me room to try stuff out,” Edie Fake told our contributing editor, Joey Garfield, in the new Fall 2018 Juxtapoz print issue. Fake was talking about his move to move to the California desert from Chicago, and obvious big change of scenery that had the artist thinking about their work in a different light. “I look at the work that I started when I was in grad school in LA and saw it was coming from a place of sadness and worry, and trying to draw these drawings that are puzzles and metaphors about identity that were all ending the same. Being out here kind of reminds me that things are flawed, funny and contradictory, and that’s ok. It…

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