Photographs Taken at One-Hour Intervals During a Walk from Galveston Island to the West Texas Town of Marfa | by Joshua Edwards
Saturday, August 22nd - October 31st, 2015
"On November 10th, having just returned to the States from a year in Germany, with time on my hands and without a job or anywhere to call home, I set out on foot from my birthplace on Galveston Island, heading to the West Texas town of Marfa, where Lynn Xu and I will build a house and settle down after many years of moving around... [On] December 20th [...] I arrived in Marfa two hours past sunset, forty days after beginning. Throughout the journey I took one photograph each hour. The first image is of the building that now stands in the place of the hospital where I was born, and the last, taken in the morning light on the day after I reached town, is of the property where Lynn and I will live: 404 West Galveston Street in Marfa."
- Joshua Edwards, from the Introduction to the book "Photographs Taken at One-Hour Intervals During a Walk From Galveston Island to the West Texas Town of Marfa" 2014
The GAR Gallery is pleased to present "Photographs Taken at One-Hour Intervals During a Walk From Galveston Island to the West Texas Town of Marfa" by the poet, Joshua Edwards. This exhibition features over 200 photographs taken during the 40 day journey. Please join us for an opening reception on Saturday, August 22nd from 7-9pm with a poetry reading at 8pm by Joshua Edwards and Lynn Xu. Free and open to the public.
To view more images from the installation and poetry reading, please visit our facebook album, here.