Jeremy Lampkin is a Chicago based artist working primarily with acrylic paints.  Inspired by alternative psychology, Lampkin uses his artwork as a means of bringing troublesome memory engrams to the surface and discharging them.  His work involves the reintegration of repressed memories using a process inspired by religious psychological practices.

One of Lampkin’s biggest challenges as an artist is his mission to work towards breaking down taboos, especially in regards to the mental health field.  Work that often veers into taboo subjects such as eroticism, mind control, and buried history may not everybody’s cup of tea, but Lampkin believes that’s why it’s so important to explore them, and also because of his unique life experience that taught him a lot about these things.

In 2017, Jeremy Lampkin opened Faux Pas Gallery with 3 of his friends, filling the role of curator.