Landen Beckner

Of Being An AngelLanden Beckner, Noelle Huser, Justin Matousek, Austin Slominski, and Olivia PillidgeLocation: Jon and Sanders’ farm up the Rattlesnake, Missoula MTRun time: 20 min2018
Image courtesy of Donal Lakatua
Of Being An AngelLanden Beckner, Noelle Huser, Justin Matousek, Austin Slominski, and Olivia PillidgeLocation: Jon and Sanders’ farm up the Rattlesnake, Missoula MTRun time: 20 min2018
Image courtesy of Donal Lakatua
Unamed FragmentSeries: "These are all images of drawings to be destroyed"Mixed media on found schematics17" x 30"2019
Image courtesy of artist
Unamed FragmentSeries: "These are all images of drawings to be destroyed"Mixed media on found schematics17" x 30"2019
Image courtesy of artist
Pop!Noelle Huser, Julia Burkhart, Koby Silverman, Landen Beckner, and NatalitaLocation: Wave & Circuit Run Time: 40 min2018
Image courtesy of Donal Lakatua
Pop!Noelle Huser, Julia Burkhart, Koby Silverman, Landen Beckner, and NatalitaLocation: Wave & Circuit Run Time: 40 min2018
Image courtesy of Donal Lakatua

Same person, content variable - always the “work”, never the same person.

The work of Landen Beckner is like many of the poetic objects he finds, waiting for meaning stick and for it to simply fall back off. Blending poetry, performance, and atmosphere, Beckner’s celebrates a legacy of Dada, Yoko Ono, Marina Abramovic, and conceptual jazz.

Take another look. Reexamine how your thinking got you here. Forget what you remember.

-Ian Carstens

Landen Beckner

Landen's current work is focused on the inherent poetics of non-conceptual objects placed into environments that juice from them their own existential limitations.

In addition to being a featured artist with Glass Breakfast you can find Landen Beckner's work on Instagram as well as throughout the Northwest.

Featured Artist Feb 1 - Feb 28 2018