Founded in 2007, Luceo is a creative agency specializing in story-based advocacy and strategic media production.
Our exhibition aims to highlight the importance of land existing for its own sake through a series of diptychs that pairs sweeping video of so-called useless stretches of wilderness with actors voicing first-hand accounts from the people speaking about the importance of these resources.
64,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2016. That number eclipses the highest previous year by more than 20%, accounting for more than 175 deaths each day. To understand the magnitude of this number, it exceeds deaths attributed to firearms and car accidents —combined.Learn More
Drawing from real accounts, Luceo has created a series of images and cinemagraphs telling the stories of immigrant crossings into the United States in a manner that pays homage to the religious iconography of the Stations of the Cross.Learn More
Luceo’s 2016 Photoville exhibition explores the visual theme of designs of white presented by winter in far northeastern Montana. Located 300 miles from a major city, on the flat, windswept plains of one of the coldest and most geographically isolated areas of the lower 48, the Upper Missouri River Basin is defined by its relationship with the cold.Learn More
Submerged is a video installation that envisions our world from the constantly shifting perspective of just below the rippling surface of a quiet pond.Learn More
Photography is subjective. The precise moment when the shutter is triggered represents a decision to slice a fragment of time that removes the subject from its outside context almost as a surgeon excises fragments of the larger human organism as a means to isolate it from its supporting system.Learn More