Math Monahan
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7 Arrows, 2014

Images of my piece exhibited in Bad Weather at the SÍM Gallery in Reykjavik, Iceland.

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Iceland, 2014

Just a few of the colors, textures and magic of my trip to Iceland. Photos of the exhibition, ‘Bad Weather’, to follow.

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Hey everyone! Check out some new pieces I finally photographed at www.mathmonahan.com

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Photos of the exhibition of the final projects from UARTS 250: Creative Process, a one evening show in the Duderstadt Commons featuring work spanning various fields and forms to reveal the inner workings of the “creative process”.

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Photos of the exhibition of the final projects from UARTS 250: Creative Process, a one evening show in the Duderstadt Commons featuring work spanning various fields and forms to reveal the inner workings of the “creative process”.

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Updated and spring cleaned. Check out the new look and current work added to my page!
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Updated and spring cleaned. Check out the new look and current work added to my page!

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Book(mark), 2013

Book(mark) explores the complex interactions we have with books.  It is used as a record of the subtle intimacies and invisible communities involved in the sharing of these objects.  The action of marking a page is exaggerated to displace the importance of the individual page and its contents for the record of the interaction. Viewers are invited to mark a page for themselves, and consider the many hands that have interacted before them and the hands that will follow.

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“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” 

― Albert Einstein

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Writing stories on small pieces of driftwood. Trying to decide if I should bind them or not. I’m thinking they can be arranged differently, moved around, grouped in smaller lengths if I don’t. It feels closer to storytelling this way.

Writing stories on small pieces of driftwood. Trying to decide if I should bind them or not. I’m thinking they can be arranged differently, moved around, grouped in smaller lengths if I don’t. It feels closer to storytelling this way.