An American Artist
Landry Butler is an American artist best known for his visual art, spoken word and music, which have been favorably compared to that of Jandek, Laurie Anderson, Dr. Eugene Chadbourne and They Might Be Giants. A keen observer of life, Butler’s genre-crossing work deals with themes of change, personal growth and self-actualization in a society that encourages alienation, fear and self-consumption. He is a founding member and master wordsmith with the underground art music collective, Inglewood Social Club. In the award-winning film, FOGG: Diary of a Sociopath (2017), he played the role of Dr. Abraham Prince.