Jeanne McRight is a professional Canadian artist-photographer, exhibiting in galleries throughout North America. Her fine art photography is based on her prevailing interest in how time is perceived, exploring issues of identity, memory, and history. She also runs Pix-Photography in Toronto, where she specializes in portraiture and product photography. Selected in the context of Artchipel Color On, her work is featured on Artchipel header this week.
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Scanned Threads pt.5
I never get tired of working on these.
Ola Rindal - From the series Invisible and Blindness
HERE, ANYWHERE (2009 - ongoing)
The map of Hungary is speckled with capsules of time. During the political transformation twenty years ago, as the country experienced change it simply forgot about certain places – streets, blocks of flats, vacant sites and whole districts became self-defined enclosures, where today a certain out-dated, awkward, longed-to-be-forgotten Eastern Europeanness still lingers…