Les Filter Feeders

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Keith Tallett & Sally Lundburg are a collaborative artist duo on the Big Island of Hawaii. They are co-founders of the art collective AGGROculture, manage a rural homestead and farm-stay on the Hamakua Coast, and maintain a strong studio practice.


Our work engages sculpture, installation, painting, photography, and video to navigate shifting cultural landscapes. We explore themes of community and individualism, ecological and social invasions, and the accumulation of cultural capital.


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Commission for Ka Hale Ohuna

Commission for Ka Hale Ohuna

Posted on Dec 1, 2015 in Commissions, Featured, News, Uncategorized

In 2015 we were pleased to be commissioned to create a piece for Ka Hale Ohuna, a restaurant founded by chef Lee Ann Wong in Kaimuki, in O’ahu. Tessellation (‘ili ku pono) Archival print on habotai silk, enamel paint, powdered pigment, epoxy resin on multiple wood panel – Sally Lundburg & Keith Tallett (Les Filter […]

Honolulu Biennial Presentation

Honolulu Biennial Presentation

Posted on Oct 28, 2014 in News, Uncategorized

Les Filter Feeders, along with 14 other selected artists and collectives, will present our work to Fumio Nanjo, the curatorial director of the 2016 Honolulu Biennial. The public portfolio sharing event will take place on Thursday, Oct. 30, at Kaka’ako Agora from 6:30-7:45 (441 Cooke Street, Honolulu, HI 96813).

Present Project Residency

Present Project Residency

Posted on Oct 1, 2014 in Artists-in-Residence, Exhibitions

In September we were artists-in-residence at Present Project in Honolulu, Hawaii. The residency took place for five weeks in two 5,000 square foot warehouses on Cooke Street in Kakaʻako and included the on-site development of original work by ourselves and the 3 other resident artists, Florence Carbonne (Toulouse, France), Swoon (New York), and Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez (Miami).