Aaron Wrinkle was born in Aurora Missouri in 1978. He received his BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2004 and an MFA in Studio Art from CalArts in 2008. At CalArts various spoken word, guitar and object orientated performances were carried out weekly. For his final project he restored CalArts’ former dean Douglas Huebler’s 1977 Volvo with his father an auto-refinish-er. From 2008-2011 he played music with Laura Kim under the name DG (Drums and Guitar), continued performing solo pieces and facilitated projects under the gallery Dan Graham in a revamped Echo Park storefront and workspace, which finalized itself in Chinatown, Los Angeles. His works and projects have been featured and reviewed in Artforum, ArtJournal, Artnet, ArtScene, Interview Magazine, LAWEEKLY, Modern Painters, Notes on Looking and The New York Times. His work was published in the New Museum’s Younger than Jesus Artist Directory by Phaidon Press in 2009. In 2011 he conversed at Art Los Angeles Contemporary with Dan Graham and Raymond Pettibon in the Ruskin Theatre and showcased artists from the gallery contributors within the fair. From 2011-2012 he co-curated a series of archival and emerging artist exhibitions for PST at Cirrus Gallery with Jean Milant. His writings on Paul and Damon McCarthy’s Rebel Dabble Babble at the Box, Los Angeles and on Dan Graham’s Triangular Pavilion at the Laumeier Sculpture Park in St.Louis, Mo were published online over the summer of 2012 on Notes on Looking. Most currently he is carrying out new projects in his Chinatown, Los Angeles studio, playing guitar, writing and traveling to his family farm in Missouri for researching future projects and collaborations with his family.