Geoffrey Farmer – Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes..., 2014

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Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable
Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable
Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain) (detail), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable
Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain) (detail), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable
Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain) (detail), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable

Geoffrey Farmer, This is where the plate goes. If you stare at it long enough it starts rotating to the right. I imagine the garden on the carpet doing the same. This makes it a planet. I am flying above the city, spinning. Then...the Baboon is, upset. He is picking at the post and his leathery bottom sits on the branch, which he has worn down. His tail hanging limply, not like a branch, more like a rope. Then the other monkeys, especially the young ones are saying, “share with me! share with me!” In the carpet you can see a plant with a huge eye, and if you stare long enough into it, the pot and the bird emerge. with As I imagined time-figure, foreseen in the opera just before the dancing spider leg (for Hannah) (Fountain), 2014, douglas fir pole, 7 photographs mounted on foamcore, plastic topiary, 2 wooden wall façades, paint, window, sandbags, framed ink and cut-outs mounted on paper, dimensions variable