Saturday, May 17, 2014, 5 to 7pm
The artists featured in Fragments of an Unknowable Whole complicate our everyday encounter with images and expand the boundaries of the photographic medium.
Their generative and transformative practices are situated within and around a diverse field of spaces – the screen, the picture plane, and the physical object. They activate these spaces through conceptually bold and visually compelling inquiries, and disrupt the conventional notion of the photographic image as inherently fixed or depictive.
Ranging from Heidi Norton's material analogies of photo processes and plant life cycles, to B. Ingrid Olson’s enfolding photographic assemblages of the body, to Jeremy Bolen's experimental attempts to document unseen natural and man-made phenomena, the artists in this exhibition reveal new contexts for looking and embrace a multiplicity of possibilities for our engagement with images.
Everything is Collective
B. Ingrid Olson
Curated by Tim Smith