Mark Flood is renowned for his prankish activities and for producing art that parodies both modern art and American culture.
Interdisciplinary artist Mark Flood is renowned for his dystopic, punk-influenced worldview. Flood’s career as a graphic designer and member of the band Culturcide emerged from his involvement in the Houston punk scene. Flood later worked as a museum assistant at the Menil Collection, and his writing frequently makes use of art historical allusions. With titles like “ANOTHER PAINTING” and “ART FAIR FEVER,” his appropriative assemblages, which draw inspiration from Joseph Cornell’s work, offer satirical criticisms of the art industry.