“Talking With Fear About Dying Tomorrow” Photos

Photos of Matt Austin’s solo show Talking With Fear About Dying Tomorrow


Wall text with Newsprint stacks


Leaving through the back door (first photograph of the trip), 6×9” Silver Gelatin Print


School Window, 16×20” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


“Boner”, 16×22” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


K”, 10×12” Archival Digital Inkjet Print (above)

Kristy from Fargo, 16×22” Archival Digital Inkjet Print (below)


Civil War Photograph, 32×40” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


“Cruz is gay”, 40×32” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Tattoo, 16×24” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Writing on the classroom wall (Heart, “Fuck”), 12×18” Silver Gelatin Print


Mark’s Sentence (“Kindns is being nice to other pepul.”), 12×18” Silver Gelatin Print


“XOXOX”, 20×25” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Matches, 20×24” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Dictionary, 20×24” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Self Portrait as an Artist that could Die Tomorrow, 30×40” Archival Digital Inkjet Print


Take One: a stack of every photo from this trip


Bedroom wall: paper/collected objects and a recreation of my bedroom wall


Desert Music: a video loop of myself, my brother, and Graham Hogan playing music in the desert until the camera battery dies after one minute of recording

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About johallaprojects

Johalla Projects was established in the fall of 2009 by Anna Cerniglia as a venue for emerging and mid-career artists. Located in Chicago's West Town neighborhood, Johalla Projects is a collective space collaborating with artists, writers, and curators. In addition to presenting exhibitions in its gallery space, Johalla works to organize and execute public art projects in neighborhoods across the city of Chicago. Every exhibition and project undergoes a thoughtful selection process, assuring that each show presented by Johalla Projects is comprised of the finest contemporary work.

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