Robert Montgomery – Echoes of Voices in the High Towers

robert montgomery - surface and surface“When poetry becomes light, when billboards talk about politics”, beautiful work from London based Artist and Poet Robert Montgomerymono.kultur have recently teamed up with Robert to put together a large format publication funded using kickstarter, more details will be available soon. His exhibition Echoes of Voices in the High Towers at the Staddtbad in Wedding and various locations around Berlin finished last weekend but you can see more work from Robert Montgomery through the link below.

www.robertmontgomery.org

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8 comments
  1. So eerie! Are the phrases original or appropriated?

    • Mark said:

      yeah they’re great, I’m pretty sure he writes all the poems himself, there’s loads more longer one on billboards on his site. He doesn’t sign any of his work so if you see them on the street they seem even more mysterious!

  2. the second picture gave me goosebumps

    • Mark said:

      yeah I really like that one too, the reflection really lifts it

  3. I LIKE THE TEMPORARY ASPECT. AND THE CAPITAL LETTERS. LOVELY DANGEROUS SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED PUBLICLY FOR ALL TO SEE

    • Mark said:

      yeah I love this project, I was in Berlin at the time but only found out about it when I was back in Ireland. I’ve heard so much about the old baths building some of the photographs were taken in. It’s now an art gallery in Wedding

  4. Reblogged this on Artinpublicplaces's Blog and commented:
    WordsRartRight?

  5. It occurs to me, that this is actually SKY-WRITING done real close to the ground…

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