The Medium is the Message - Experimental Photography in Arkansas
Includes work from five photographers working in Arkansas:
Kaia Hodo creates digital images, converting visual source files into a
format that translates image data into noise. Her completed artworks
include both visual and sound components.
Kristoffer Johnson embraces what some people see as flaws of the
wet plate process, purposefully using defects like movement of the
subject during long sitting times to produce a ghostly, shifting quality
in his portraits.
Helen Maringer makes cyanotype self-portraits based on images
produced with a photocopier or scanner and then she prints those
images on fabric, exploring emotional engagement with tactile materials.
Esther Nooner deconstructs the landscape by disorienting the viewer
and playing with conventional representations of depth.
Grace Anne Odom uses Polaroid pictures and emulsion lifts to
create images assisted by the effects of chance that nevertheless feel
personal, candid, and unique.
- 65 pages
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