Slow Light- AnnieLaurie Erickson

New Work by Annie Laurie Erickson

In this series of photographs, AnnieLaurie Erickson addresses the phenomenon of afterimages – the latent imagery that remains on our retinas after we look at the sun or bright objects in the dark. Using handmade artificial retinas that absorb and release the remains of light, Erickson simulates an essentially unphotographable visual experience. Her afterimage process renders the oil refineries of Louisiana (also “unphotographable” according to post-9/11 regulations) into ghostly, mysterious constellations of light marked by unearthly color shifts.

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday July 13, 6pm-10pm

NEW EXPANDED GALLERY HOURS: Tuesdays through Sundays from 12pm to 5pm, and by appointment.  On view July 13th to Aug 4th.

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