• not recording

    TFT display, Raspberry Pi, camera, wood and plexiglass
    5" x 6" x 1"  |  2022

  • Digital Venom

    mirrors, LED display strip, PLA filament, plywood, silver leaf
    6" x 6" x 12"  |  2022

  • The truth and other malicious gifts

    acrylic and graphite on panel, PLA filament, LEDs, mirrors, ply wood, and micro controller
    8" x 8" x 16"  |  2022

  • I am not a robot

    video loop of robot quizzes
    var  |  2022

  • It is crucial for a worlds durability that it not only tolerate cruelty but wields it

    acrylic and graphite on panel
    22" x 22" x 2"  |  2021

  • screaming primates

    engineering text book page, linocut print
    9" x 11"  |  2018

  • doodle bot

    Arduino, foam core, stepper motors, gaffers tape
    22" x 16" x 2"  |  2017

  • playHead

    TV parts, Raspberry Pi, video loop
    36" x 22" x 2"  |  2017

  • misdemeanor

    oil on canvas
    47" x 45"  |  2015


Chattanooga, TN | Painting, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Drawing, Time-based

Heath Montgomery and his family live in Chattanooga, TN. He works as an artist and educator. Over the last 15 years, he has worked as an educator, interior designer, and for a technology company. His work spans many disciplines and draws on contemporary methods focusing on the experience and traditional means for creating impactful objects and experiences.

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“Intuition is essential for survival.” - Craig Drennen

My series, “Fool’s Gold,” explores why we value some ideas and objects in culture more than others. Internet memes are a good example of how humor and violence can become very popular in culture and have a significant impact without providing much context for the content they elevate or diminish. Traditionally, I have made objects, some of them are shown above but, I am in a transition towards a more conceptual/interactive practice. What that looks like remains to be seen. So stay tuned!

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