Projects

Is (Ice)

Antarctica 360, an installation in Snow. Perspectives 161, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, curated by Valerie Cassel-Oliver.

Ís

Traveling to Iceland, I was introduced to the beauty of Ice and how it is affected by the quality of light in that part of the world. It was an amazing sense of calmness and quiet that I experienced there, and this series of images is a study of that light and the stillness it brings. I have coupled these transparent images with light panels to capture a bit of that experience of light and that subtle feeling of loosing the sense of where you are. A surrounding photographic wall takes that even further, recreating that feeling that is represented this time by images form Antarctica, where the solitude and the stillness are at the same time both haunting and beautiful

<p>Antarctica 360, part of the exhibitions SNOW, CAMH. 2008. Valerie Cassell-Oliver, curator. Installation View, 7'x 68'</p>
<p><em>Antarctica _3FJ3417</em> Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 36&rdquo; x 60&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Antarctica _3FJ2916</em> Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 24&rdquo; x 60&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Antarctica _3FJ3238</em> Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 36&rdquo; x 60&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Antarctica _3FJ3593</em> Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 24&rdquo; x 36&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Ulvik, Hardanger, Norway.</em> 3fj5505 Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 48&rdquo; x 84&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>J&ouml;kuls&aacute;rl&ograve;n, Iceland. DSC0270</em> Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 24&rdquo; x 48&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>J&ouml;kuls&aacute;rl&ograve;n, Iceland. DSC040</em>6 Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 36&rdquo; x 60&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Ulvik, Hardanger, Norway</em>. Chromogenic Transparency, LED Light Panel. 24&rdquo; x 36&rdquo; 2007</p>
<p><em>Antarctica 360</em>. Installation with LED Panels, 7'x'52' 2007</p>
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