Inversion Process

art, photography, little else

Noémie Goudal (b. 1984)

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Southern Light Station series, 2015
Station I

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Southern Light Station series, 2015
Station IV

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Southern Light Station series, 2015
Station V

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Southern Light Station series, 2016
Station VII

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Southern Light Station series, 2016
Station X

Southern Light Stations is an investigation into the way people viewed the skies before the telescope. The photographs presented are a range of sea- and sky-scapes that reveal enduring characteristics about our relationship with the natural world.

The eye is drawn to the imposing spheres, held aloft only by flimsy strings. Dwarfed by the dominance of the natural world, the photographs fill us both with wonder and the sobering reality of our vulnerability and insignificance.

Susan Vecsey

Linda Connor (b. 1949)

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Solar Eclipse, Goldindale, WA, June 8, 1918
Lick Observatory Plate Archive, Mt. Hamilton, California
contact printed in sunlight on POP with the original glass plate negative, 2000

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August 13, 1895 (California Lick Observatory)
Gold Toned Printing Out Paper from Original Glass Plate Negative

Toshimitsu Imai (1928-2002)

Toshimitsu Imai

Untitled, 1963
Impasto refers to a painting that applies paint thickly so the brush or knife strokes are visible.

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Untitled, 1973
While born in Japan, Toshimitsu Imai practiced in France post WWII. There he adopted the art informel approach to abstract painting, characterized by intensity and a highly improvisational nature.

Vasudeo S. Gaitonde (1924-2001)

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