“Moving through the desert, through an ancient dream. The hills sit alone speaking a language of silence. I see color and time moving through all things. Mirages, hallucinations, light that may or may not be there. I scatter memories across the valley, into the divine nothing. These are pictures of an empty eden, a map of the country inside.” — Jordan Sullivan
Jordan Sullivan (b. 1983) is a photographer and mixed media artist dividing his time between New York and Los Angeles. His recent photo series Death Valley captures the arid desert of eastern California, stemming from an interest in preserving the experience of time and space within landscape. His Landscape Collage series also engage with landscape by use of found materials from Los Angeles used book stores, creating quick sketches focusing on color and form. Sullivan’s photographs, curatorial projects, and prose have appeared in numerous publications, and he is the co-founder of the publishing project 205-A.
Connect with an Uprise Art Advisor who will help you find the perfect artwork for your space, style, and budget, free of charge.