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Liz Nielsen, "Glass Landscape Shapes"



“Nielsen’s experiments are not haphazard but highly meticulous and procedural. Everything is preplanned and has to be done in a specific order. Nielsen uses handmade masks to help orient herself across her frame in the darkness. She places tabbed tape on the floor to remind herself of the best place to stand for each exposure. She rehearses each piece, before beginning to expose the frame, as if preparing for a performance in the dark.” - Liz Sales, guest writer for FOAM Magazine. This image is part of "Between Now & Then: Life in the Bardos", presented by g a macura inc. at Norwood. Framed image.

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Analog Chromogenic Photogram, on Fujiflex


42.75 x 32.25 x 1.00 in | 108.58 x 81.91 x 2.54 cm

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Glenn Macura Studio

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