Amanda Means on how Corban Walker’s intricate prints celebrate both the human mind and the technique of the machine.
The process of making photographs is full of mind twists: upside downs, downside ups, negatives/positives, blacks/whites…The camera sees with a lens that projects an upside-down image on the ground glass of a view camera.
In Janet Zweig’s kinetic sculpture there are uneasy juxtapositions between the ancient and the modern, the mechanical and the emotional, the playful and the dead serious.
This First Proof contains flower images, Memory of Loss by Amanda Means.
“When you really start to think about what your organs look like and what would happen if your skin were ripped off or your chest were opened up and you looked inside, it’s not something you want to identify with, but something you want to distance yourself from.”
Two untitled photographs, Untitled (Number Forty) and Untitled (Number Twenty-Eight), by Amanda Means.