Install photos from the GAR Gallery Project Space
Here are some spreads from my new book Tundra, more images and info will be up on my site over the next week or so.
The accompanying show is up at the Galveston Artist Residency’s Project Space in Galveston, TX until April. Check it out along with their show “The Ghost of Robert Rauschenberg” if you are in the area.
remotely trying to mock up a show of remotely mocked up things
Sketching up that time before the gloaming when the sky blurs into the ocean and the horizon fades, a self isolating tundra between sets. Pink Texas granite jetties on either side shape up the ankle slappers. This best general view is nipple deep in the heavies, facing away from the beach (this view has less peripheral security guards than most Turrell installations). A couple of years ago I read an essay by James Elkin’s arguing against the sublime but I believe it is still a relevant topic for 2014, especially in regard to secular contemplations of the human condition and finite breathing. Here’s to the New Year and to seeking out amazement and terror, internal and out.