ANNOUNCING MY FIRST SOLO SHOW OF DUSK IMAGES

THE BLINK OF OUR LIFETIMES: The Ecology of Dusk

 

The exhibition is presented by Art at Watson and the Watson Institute for
International and Public Affairs at Brown University. It will be on display at:

Stephen Robert Hall, 280 Brook St, Providence RI

Fall Semester 8 am –  5 pm weekdays

Opening Reception and Artist’s Talk on:

Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 5 pm

Additional support provided by Brown University’s
Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
and the Office of Alumni Relations

For more information CLICK HERE

Dusk Series, <em>New England Triptych</em>, 2014, 40” x 45”<br /> Archival pigment prints of moved-camera digital photographs <br /> $800<br /> <br /> Shooting the dusk series I learned that dusk is not a unilateral event but a process, like a slow, rolling wave. There are three stages of twilight. Civil twilight, which begins at sunset; nautical twilight, when stars brighten; and astronomical twilight, just before darkness. The final moments of each phase are called “dusk.” The marine tones of these images, taken at nautical dusk, suggest that the sky blues land as readily as it does the sea.
Dusk Series, New England Triptych, 2014
A scene from the exhibition.
A scene from the exhibition.
Dusk Series, <em>Wales Triptych</em>, 2015-16<br /> Archival pigment prints of moved-camera digital photographs <br /> $800<br /> <br /> The images composing Welsh Triptych speak to the pastureland rurality of Wales, one of the poorest countries in Western Europe, where, like the Brazilian Amazon, sustainability refers to the preservation of cultural identity and minority language as significantly as it does environmental biospheres. The triptych suggests a green ceremonial standard--the banner of a new political ecology.
Dusk Series, Wales Triptych, 2015-16