bd-studios.com is the art and publishing studio by luke kurtis. We publish artist’s books and exhibition catalogs, organize exhibitions and performances, and more. We perform creative experiments and transform them into bold works of art.
luke kurtis (also known as Jordan M. Scoggins) is a Georgia-born interdisciplinary artist focusing on the intersection of photography, writing, and design. He has exhibited work in galleries and alternative spaces around the country. His debut solo museum exhibition, INTERSECTION, featured photography and writing and opened at Massillon Museum in March 2014. Select books include the The Language of History, INTERSECTION, Jordan’s Journey, and let us prey (featured in RikArt Artist Book Collection, Rikhardinkatu Library, Helsinki, Finland). His work has also appeared in The Emerson Review, Encounters, Georgia Backroads, Iceland Review, Palaver, The Red Truck Review, Skin To Skin, and S/tick: Feminists on Guard. In 2012 he co-founded New Lit Salon Press with Brian Centrone. He lives and works in New York City’s Greenwich Village and maintains a studio-based art practice on his family farm in rural Georgia.
For more details about luke’s career, see his resume.