Ian Monroe: The Instantaneous Everything / Haunch of Venison Berlin / Interview

Ian Monroe’s exhibition “The Instantaneous Everything” at Haunch of Venison Berlin draws its title from an earlier work by Ian Monroe, and plays with the proposed notion of a single identifiable moment in which the entirety of a universe comes into being – both real and imagined.
The show – Monroe’s second solo show in Berlin – consists of constructed images and sculptures made over the last year and a site-specific floor piece. VernissageTV met with Ian Monroe on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition. VernissageTV correspondent Sabine Trieloff spoke with him about his work.
The exhibition runs through December 20, 2008.
Haunch of Venison Berlin, October 31, 2008.

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