Michael Jantzen

Michael Jantzen's extensive imaginary worlds and objects allow the poetic to meet technology,  sometimes using a quirky sense of humor, and keeping the playful intact. In Michael's polifacetic multiverses, he encounters the landscape and the machine; the machine as architecture; house as parapet; design as social commentary; nature in the face of the industrial or structures that look to the cosmos. He invites the viewer to inhabit and interact, to reflect on potential functionalities or get lost in contemplations. Michael's beautiful photomontages are references or notes involving his constructions and inventions. They stand alone, complete, as spirited narratives.

Michael's architectural work has been featured in a multitude of books, magazines, and newspapers. His work has also been featured in TV documentaries. It has been exhibited at the National Building Museum; the Canadian Center for Architecture; the Harvard School of Design and Architecture; the Russian Institute of Architecture; and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. 

We are sharing here a carefully selected collection of some of the photomontages that best represent Michael Jantzen's creative world. Method: Archival inkjet print on Epson Photo Luster paper, rolled for shipping. 

Dye-sublimation on aluminum, and white frame mount are available upon request, and quoted accordingly.