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99% Darkness
by Michael Dumontier & Neil Farber

99% Darkness is a compilation of recent collaborative paintings and drawings, featuring the night sky. Short scattered texts take inspiration from the cold vast emptiness of space, with applied human longings and hopes.

Michael Dumontier (born 1974) is a Winnipeg-based artist whose work encompasses drawing, sculpture, painting, and collage. He is a founding member of The Royal Art Lodge (1997–2008), and has exhibited throughout Canada and internationally. His distinct, minimalist style often features visual puns and references from how-to manuals and vintage children's books. Beyond his individual practice, Dumontier has worked collaboratively with fellow Royal Art Lodge member Neil Farber with whom he has held weekly drawing sessions for over 15 years, and with Micah Lexier.

Neil Farber (born 1975 in Winnipeg) co-founded The Royal Art Lodge in 1996 with other students from the University of Manitoba (Michael Dumontier, Marcel Dzama, Drue Langlois, Jon Pylypchuk and Adrian Williams).

Size:19,5 x 25,5 cm
Page:20 pages

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