Noghwhere Bodili is Everywhere Goostly: Jason De Haan (Hardback)Richard Rhodes (author)
Hardback 176 Pages / Published: 22/05/2014
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This is a comprehensive and revealing monograph of multidisciplinary artist Jason de Haan. Jason de Haan has made a name for himself with sculptures, collages, installations and public projects that engage time, especially the long-scale perception of time. Like Duchamp, his goal is to make an art that signifies more than just its three dimensions. Two of de Haan's larger works New Jerusalem (2010) and New Jerusalem, Cloud Shrouded (2012) embody the artist's approach as they push the viewer to envisage time on a broader, geological scale. Titled after the post-apocalyptic 'City of God', New Jerusalem is a dizzying cityscape of glass domes and crystal towers populated with monuments of omniscient eyeballs and spacecraft. Its counterpart, New Jerusalem, Cloud Shrouded, is a veritable colour wheel of cloudscapes, void of any signs of life. Together the effect is one of ambiguity; which is our future and which is our past?
Publisher: Southern Alberta Art Gallery
Number of pages: 176
Dimensions: 235 x 165 mm
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