Works by Robert Montgomery.
I always see the first one on Tumblr, these are incredible. He should write poetry.
I think he is writing poetry and making installation art… Poetry+
I like that – Poetry+. It must be nice work to stumble on while walking by. Sorta situ.
Wow. Haunting visions.
oh, this is very good. he must feel strong, shining light on old spectacles, waiting for new ones. saying he notices what goes by, feeling alternates parallell. solid work, but does he pay for his space? gets paid?
Similar to Nathan Coley’s work:
This was part of an open air exhibition in 2008 in my hometown, The Folkestone Triennial. Anyone from the UK should check it out, it comes around every three years, and it’s freeeee! The 2011 exhibition is open until the end of september, it’s worth the journey.
I am in love with each of these. They are so beautiful. I would love to know the destinations of each.
a beautiful dialogue in btw the the space/arhictecture/ideas .. love it
Personally i love to read this words it bring me a power.
people should donate money to show them in more cities instead of dumb advertising
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very similar to martin creed
Picking the first & last.
love at first sight. a print out of the second to last one is tape on the wall in front of my desk
nice series of shots and quotes
Great idea!!! I like it!!!!
Beautiful words. It makes the obvious sound and look poetic.
incredible, beautiful, inspiring… I hope to run into your words in my city one day…
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