Len Luterbach is an independent artist working with the mind-body relationship and linguistic theory.
His work explores the relationship between art and psyche and the nature of reality and experience.
Themes such as sexuality, full and open speech, and the taboo are found throughout.
An eight year Navy veteran, Len served in Europe, the Middle East, and the United States.
Following his last tour at the Pentagon in 2003, Len finished his degree in Social and Public Policy at Georgetown University.
His research interests include systematic philosophy, phenomenology, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and sexual ethics.
After working as a federal employee, then as a gallery director, Len founded Aretaic in 2012 – a Creative Practices methodology.
Aretaic, from the Greek arete, is normally translated as ‘virtue’.
The method emphasizes the role of self awareness and the art of living in the Creative Practice.
Len’s studio, The Thinkpot, is located in Carroll County, central Maryland.
He divides his time between the United States, Uruguay, and Peru.
His website is located at https://www.aretaic.com
He also writes Happy Tuesday – a weekly newsletter of his poetry and prose hosted on Substack. The site is located at: https://aretaic.substack.com