Featuring: Julianna Foster
Julianna Foster will present her series, Geographical Lore, a selection of photographic work that considers ways in which the natural world can be represented. The images are captured from landscapes where she has traveled across the United States.
The series consists of a combination of two-dimensional images like framed photographs, broadsides, light-boxes and three-dimensional objects such as cut and manipulated photographs and artist books/publications. They combine photographic images of both the natural world and hand-made, assembled environments. The deliberate blend of the fabricated and the “real” image play with ideas of memory and representation.
Please join us this Thursday to learn about Julianna’s process of creating three-dimensional, abstract environments of the natural world using framed photographs, broadsides, light-boxes and manipulated photographs. As she blends and fabricates the “real” image, Julianna plays with ideas of memory and representation and explores how environments function and evolve.
This is a free event. Register here.