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In Echo Sean McFarland continues his investigation into landscape as subject and its representation. Resolved as a single chapter within the larger framework of Glass Mountains (2012-), Echo engages repetition with the experience of the singular.

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“We converse as we live by repeating by combining and recombining a few elements over and
over again just as nature does when of elementary particles it builds a world.” (William H. Gass)
In Echo Sean McFarland continues his investigation into landscape as subject and its representation.
Resolved as a single chapter within the larger framework of Glass Mountains (2012-), Echo engages
repetition with …

“We converse as we live by repeating by combining and recombining a few elements over and
over again just as nature does when of elementary particles it builds a world.” (William H. Gass)
In Echo Sean McFarland continues his investigation into landscape as subject and its representation.
Resolved as a single chapter within the larger framework of Glass Mountains (2012-), Echo engages
repetition with the experience of the singular. A wall of forty-six waterfalls acts as an optical model in
pursuit of interrupting representation of the scene by multiplying, layering, and rhyming the image. Viewed

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1275 Minnesota Street
Unit 102
San Francisco, CA, US