Felix Harris — Biography

Felix Harris (b. 1978, Dunedin, New Zealand) graduated from the Elam School of Fine Arts in 2006, continuing his education with a Bachelor of Art and Design (Honours) from Auckland University of Technology (2014). Felix has travelled extensively overseas and was based in Seattle, Washington 2007-2009. An active visual artist, he has worked as a producer/emcee under the name “fatigue,” with contemporary music continuing to play an important role in his life. Significant influences include Mexican Folk Art and Muralists, as well the work of cartoonist Robert Crumb and the writings of Charles Bukowski.

Catalogues

2022 Catalogue

2022 Catalogue – Back Room: available unframed works, not included in the 2022 exhibition

2022 Catalogue – Seven Works by Felix Harris, not included in the 2022 exhibition

2022 Catalogue – Nine Works by Felix Harris, not included in the 2022 exhibition

Publications

2020 Felix Harris: Essay by Joanna Osborne

2022 Felix Harris: Essays by Gregory O’Brien and Taarn Scott

2022 An Abundance of Love – a downloadable print-yourself-colouring booklet by Felix Harris for the young and young at heart