Denny Moers

Artist's statement

The American poet Robert Duncan described the process of composing poetry as an open field, as though words formed their meaning directly and concretely on this 'landscape made of paper'.

I have always felt the visual experience -- landscapes, architecture, ancient forms -- and the monoprints I create from these places as an act upon the open field, sensitized to whatever I could bring to it and receive from it. Photographing and printing has always been that of transformation from the literal to the imagined, and from the seen to the felt.

-- Denny Moers



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