(re)VIEW : Explorations in Human Nature at Art Intersection, Arizona USA

(re)VIEW : Explorations in Human Nature will comprise the work of four artists (Jonah Calinawan, Karen Hymer, Amy Rockett-Todd and Rebecca Sexton Larson) each using a different photographic process. The images all relate to the theme of “explorations in human nature”. 

Amongst those artists is Shutter Hub member Amy Rockett-Todd, who previously showed work in our Alternative Process exhibition in 2014, and subsequently won the Shutter Hub Prize for her work Fallen Vidalia at the London Pinhole Festival earlier this year.

The organisers of the exhibition say:

In the exhibition (re)View, we take an extended look at work from four exceptional artists who exhibited work earlier this year in our annual Light Sensitive exhibition of hand-made darkroom works, juried by Robert Hirsch. Artists: Jonah Calinawan, Karen Hymer, Amy Rockett-Todd (Director’s Choice), and Rebecca Sexton Larson were selected by the Art Intersection curatorial staff and invited to exhibit additional pieces from the bodies of work they showed in Light Sensitive.

All four artists are making work that relates to the natural world with the clear influence of man. Although each uses different light sensitive processes, their subjects and scenes tie nicely to one another with a quality of surrealism and mystery.

 

The exhibition will run at Art Intersection, 207 N Gilbert Rd # 201, Gilbert, AZ,85234 from December 12, 2015 to January 9, 2016. Free entry. There will be an Artist Talk and Closing Reception on Saturday, January 9, 5 – 8pm.

You can find out more about the exhibition here. You can see more work by Amy Rockett-Todd at her Shutter Hub Portfolio.

 

 

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