JOHN GREER
JOHN GREER

Continuum, 2005

Bronze; 24 x 31 x 66 cm (91/2" x 12" x 26")

 

This work is referring to a fragment from prehistoric Greece about 5000 BP. It is a fragment of a human head with two feet on the forehead, as if symbolizing one link in a chain of humanity. A sense of the timelessness of the present moment of consciousness itself.

 

Please see also: 

Senseful (Reasonable, Judicious), 2003  (The stone version of Continuum was part of this exhibition.)

and John Greer, Reflecting on Sculpture, 2006

 

Please click on any image below for expanded view / slide show.

Bus Shelter in Halifax with retroActive poster!
Thinking Back to Gertrude and Henrie, 2015
Installation View retroActive with Threshold, 2015; Civilization, 1990/91; PaperMoney, 2012
Wait of Water by John Greer, 2014 Bay of Fundy Detail of Wait of Water, October 9th, 2014; retroActive tied up, tide down, looking back across the bay where the piece was first realized in 1972
National Gallery of Canada : THE PROUST QUESTIONNAIRE
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