The Irrelevant Terrain

By  |  November 14, 2016
Untitled 14, 2016. All images © John Prince Untitled 14, 2016. All images © John Prince

Artist: John Prince

Project: The Near and Elsewhere

Description: A skateboarder, John Prince spent his formative years in spaces designed to be invisible and ignored. These experiences led to the artist’s examination of the unintended, mutable qualities of terrain deemed irrelevant. The Near and Elsewhere explores the idea of place and what defines it.




Eyes on the South is curated by Jeff Rich. The weekly series features selections of current work from Southern artists, or artists whose photography concerns the South. To submit your work to the series, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

John Prince is an artist working in Atlanta, GA and a third-year MFA candidate at Georgia State University. His work explores place, community, and the human imprint on landscape. View more of his work on his website or on Instagram @_johnprince_.