John Neeson describes his work as “a visual trip, or story with paths to follow and secrets to discover and a story unfolding as one progresses.” His work draws upon the site-specificity of sculptural works, often using shapes cast by the reflection of light from strategically placed mirrors. Neeson’s work thus takes the form of abstracted still life and documentation, depicting settings within orchestrated rooms and Melbourne streetscapes.
Harvest wall-right becomes wrong
50.5 x 50[br] cm
Edition length: 50
Year of Print: 1999
$1,300.00 inc. GST