Mount Rushmore in 500,000 Years
New York City, USA: Cabinet Magazine, 2002
17 x 23" poster
Working with a geologist, artist Matthew Buckingham conjured a fantastical moment far in the future, when the contours of one of the United States' most recognizable—and controversial—monuments have eroded to a point pitched uncannily between the familiar and the unfamiliar.
Originally included in Cabinet no. 7, the Failure issue.
Available here, for $15.00.
Jason de Haan (1981) is a multidisciplinary Canadian artist. He received his MFA (Sculpture) from Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY in 2014. Recent solo exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax (2014); Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto (2014); Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (2014); Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge (2012) Museo de la Ciudad, Querétaro (2012); with Miruna Dragan at The Khyber, Halifax (2011); ODD Gallery, Dawson City (2010) and Access Gallery, Vancouver (2010). His work has been presented in a number of group exhibitions including Scrap Metal, Toronto (2014); Bond House Projects, London (2013): Century City, East St. Arts, London (2013); Oakville Galleries (2012); with Miruna Dragan at 98 Weeks Research Project at the Thessaloniki Biennale (2011); Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, Toronto (2011); MOLAF, Bergen (2011); Art Gallery of Alberta (2013 & 2010); OK Quoi?, Sackville (2010) and Galleri Kling & Bang, Reykjavik (2009). de Haan participated in the Arctic Circle 2012 residency, the residency “The Soiree Retreat: A bit of a Chekhovian Situation” at the Banff Centre (2011) and is a founding member of the Corbin Union Residency in Corbin, BC, a ghost town in the East Kootenays. Upcoming exhibitions include MASS MoCA, North Adams in 2016. de Haan is the recipient of grants from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Canada council for the Arts and in 2012 he was shortlisted for the Sobey Art Award, representing the Prairies and the North. His work has been reviewed in The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and in Canadian Art Magazine, Art in America and Art Forum. He is represented in Canada by Clint Roenisch Gallery.