Sarah Anne Johnson

Border Crossings
By Benjamin Klein
Volume 40, Issue 156

“In the gallery space, the works in the show generate an encompassing physically felt sensation—of being in the landscape and of having the invisible-made-seen. The primal quality of the scenery permeates our senses. The space of the images seems to quiver and tesselate, and implies the presence of a greater than three-dimensional spatial fabric, invoking various notions from particle physics and non-Euclidian geometry to Theosophy and New Age spirituality (in a fully knowing, open-minded way).”