"Mirrored Robots" touches on ideas of camouflage, self-recognition and adaptive mimicry as they relate to machines, conveying the understanding that technology infiltrates life to such a degree that it becomes necessary for survival and identity.

David Leigh was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He received a BA in Art History from Arizona State University and received his MFA from the University of New Mexico in painting and drawing. He has shown his own work as part of his ongoing collaboration with Larry Bob Phillips at Colorado State University, Bragg’s Pie Factory in Phoenix, West Texas A&M University, and Santa Fe’s Center for Contemporary Arts. Leigh comments on his work, "The overlapping aspects in these endeavors are a focus on composition and the accrued meanings between images."

Supported By
City of Albuquerque 1% for Public Art, The FUNd at Albuquerque Community Foundation, Intel Corporation, and Kwal Paint.