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fractured landscape (2004)
graphite lead on paper, 24x18 strathmore paper

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notes on the site minimalist design: this site, like all my work is produced by a script / it is easier to add content than to prune it, so there is too much in the end / this site will be in permanent flux / simple to be always updated, always different / pages of a book / or pages from a slow blog: some pages are outdated, but remain as witnesses of whenever they were first posted / the work illustrating each page is selected by chance, not by logic and it is not necessarily related to the page matter / past documents, web chapters, talks are accessible in several forms (html, pdf, mov, galleries) / no effort has been spent yet to avoid redundancies in text, images or links -or to verify that navigation into my former site sand & hv chapters is correct -or to check the validity of foreign sites links. warning: some downloadable files are quite large. upcoming pages: publications / editions / cds and dvds.

show at sciarc in 2009: installation

show at kitp in 2009: the gallery

new directions in 2009

artist's book projects in 2009

at the santa barbara contemporary arts forum in 2008 -sbcaf (1)

sbcaf (2)

sbcaf (3)

sampling of works done between 2006 and 2008

sampling of works for the drawing center program

with tatiana ginsberg, waves on paper pulp

tibetan bowl, water, sounds, and waves

only water, light, flow, sounds, and waves

from 1974 to 1984

the orbit of human vision has widened and art has annexed fresh territories that were formerly denied to it.
(max bill)

creative commons license jean-pierre hébert contact. (22 Mar 2015)