Chris Engman | Earlier Work




THE EMPTY HOUSE, 2006
Archival inkjet print
36 x 48 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200


Price and availability subject to change.


THE HAUL, 2006
Archival inkjet print
40 x 48 inches
Edition of 6
$5,200



THE PLAYGROUND, 2006
Archival inkjet print
48 x 40 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200


THREE SQUARES, 2006
Archival inkjet print
37.25 x 58 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200


EQUIPOISE, 2005
Archival inkjet print
48 x 36 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200

EQUIPOISE
In this photograph there is an actual wooden cube balanced on top of a rock. The cube has three prints on it which have been distorted in such a way that the camera, when placed back in its original location, re-distorts them to simulate "correct" perspective.




THE AUDIENCE, 2004
Archival inkjet print
40 x 48 inches, Edition of 6
$5,200


THE CONSUMMATION, 2005
Archival inkjet print
34.5 x 30 inches
Edition of 6
$2,800

THE CONSUMMATION
This experiment in pyrotechnics was conducted in Oslo, Norway. My friend Ivan is standing on the stairs behind the print with a bottle of water and a bottle of lighter fluid, which we used to control the flames.


THE CLAIM, 2005
Archival inkjet print
36 x 50 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200



THE DISAPPEARANCE, 2006
Archival inkjet print
20 x 16 inches, Edition of 6
$2,000


THE DISAPPEARANCE
Two towers were built on either side of a lake, sixty feet apart with a suspension cable in between in order to realize this project. Much thanks to Peter Mundwiler, who helped in the construction, and Josh Stewart, who in addition to helping build the towers endured twelve falls from twenty feet off the water to get this shot.




THE LIBRARY, 2005
Archival inkjet print
35 x 50 inches
Edition of 6
$5,200



ODE, 2002
Archival inkjet print
42 x 21 inches
Edition of 6
$5,200


ODE
This ladder to nowhere was originally supposed to be eight feet higher. Built in several four-foot sections, the second to last section caused the whole thing to virtually collapse. As a result I had to repair it with materials found on the beach. What might have been an arrogant gesture became, for the better, something else.




THE ARTIST AS AN EXPLORER, 2002
Archival inkjet print
42 x 21 inches
Edition of 6
$4,200





THE MEETING, 2004
Archival inkjet print
40 x 48 inches, Edition of 6
$6,200



THE SAND SQUARES, 2001
Archival inkjet print
19 x 28 inches
Edition of 8
$2,000



LANDSCAPE FOR BENJAMIN (desert), 2002
Archival inkjet print
25.5 x 40 inches
Edition of 6
$3,200

LANDSCAPE FOR BENJAMIN
For this photograph I loaded materials into my car and set out to find somewhere very flat; several days later I found myself in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. Each of the blackboards is a different size, but look the same because of their placement relative to the camera. The largest one was too large to fit in my car, so I cut it.




LANDSCAPE FOR BENJAMIN (trees), 2005
Archival inkjet print
33.25 x 58 inches, Edition of 6
$4,200


LANDSCAPE FOR BENJAMIN
Benjamin is a character in the William Faulkner novel, The Sound and the Fury.