Posts Tagged “John Monteith”

The Blur of Clarity: John Monteith’s Distant Spaces

by Travis Jeppesen on November 8, 2013

  A long corridor stands before us, empty save for the myriad reflections emitted from the glaze of the floor. Light and shapes foment a static yet buzzing composition through the blurred effect that seeing-through-memory often produces. When we stare (…)

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Shadows and Corners: on John Monteith’s recent photos & paintings

by Travis Jeppesen on August 21, 2012

Being & Event: I like it when something happens. “I” and “happening” are the two elements that matter in that sentence, the one word is hard and rigid like a rock, the second more like a spray: happening never solidifies (…)

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