Documentation of an exhibition in which took place on March 22, 2008 in the studio of ken montgomery.
"After sweeping the floor in the morning I drank a coffee and arranged my artworks throughout the space as I awaited the first guest. Upon the arrival of the first guest I stopped arranging. The photographs in "I Don't Know What I'm Doing" were all taken on March 22, 2008. - ken montgomery
For 20 years I used sound as the primary source material in my artwork. Out of the detritus of laminated objects that I collected while performing with an amplified laminator I began assembling artworks that have evolved into book-like objects. Many of these “books” are actually containers of one sort or another which house a specific collection of objects or theme. The use of everyday objects and the spontaneous clipping of The New York Times are prevalent in my work. I like blank walls, tomorrow's headlines and not knowing what I'm doing.
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