“...hilariously absurd...”
www.pressherald.com / October 13, 2013
Article by Daniel Kany

 

Freelance writer and art historian Daniel Kany offered his take on my work in his review of the PMA 2013 Biennial in the Portland Press Herald (October 13, 2013):

JT Bullitt's drawings remind me of Jeff Woodbury's indexical, data-based drawings; Bullitt's “I Will Not Stop Until I am Asleep” comprises a single black ink line that meanders back and forth with 3D topo-like echoes until, presumably, the artist actually fell asleep.

Bullitt's two-hour recording of his reading the names of everyone he recalls ever meeting is a hilariously absurd work within an art world so polarized about name-dropping.

Read the full article: "Art Review: PMA biennial overlooks paintings but otherwise excels," by Daniel Kany (Portland Press Herald, October 13, 2013).