Letha Wilson, “Rock Face Aqua”, 2011
Wilson studied art at Syracuse University (where I went to college) and abroad. Her work involves photography but really challenges the final product of the printed image by altering it’s physicality. Why are photographs always flat? Framed? Hung against a wall? Wilson’s work destroys these traditional concepts… Prints of nature interact with the architecture of the gallery. They are cut apart, painted over, or contain holes right through them. In “Rock Face Aqua” a photograph is pushed into the wall by a stone, wrinkling and peeling its surface. See more at http://lethaprojects.com/
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