An artist exchange talk will begin at 6 pm on Wednesday, September 30 with a Q&A about her exhibition: Wonder Box.
You may attend in person or at home via Zoom. We will meet with her via Zoom in our building. Capacity will be at 10%. Free admission and open to the public. Cash bar available.
Reserve your spot: In-person or via Zoom. See link below.
A mask or face covering is required in the building. We will watch the Zoom Q&A talk in our building.
If you choose to watch the Q&A talk via Zoom at home, we will email you the Meeting ID and Password.
The antique forms of tintype, ambrotype, and prints from glass-plate negatives allow for a heightened awareness of the intense beauty and mystery of the mundane. These plant parts are photographed in extreme macro–with an eight-foot long camera and a scavenged military aerial survey lens–in a way that intentionally confuses perception. The resulting ambiguous scale, in conjunction with a composition reminiscent of portraiture, lends a corporeality to these plant specimens. Lines between plant and human are blurred as these organic forms mimic the familiar: silhouettes, hands, gestures, viscera, genitalia.
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