David Alexander Flinn was born in New York City and raised between Italy and New York. He has a BFA from the School of Visual Arts and has exhibited Internationally.
His work explores the notions of our primordial instincts of survival and the confinement of such by social infrastructures, these concepts often intermingle ideas ranging from botany to the fall of the roman empire. Violence, repression, betrayal and resurrection play an integral role in his language.
He utilizes sculpture, installations, drawing and photographs to explore these concepts.
He lives in New York and Los Angeles and works in Greenport, Long Island.