Elizabeth Atterbury, Tad Beck, Sage Lewis, Amanda Marchand
On view from January 15 – March 14, 2021
Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art
ICA Gallery hours: Wed–Sun, 12:00 – 5:00pm
Parallax/Geography exhibits the work of four artists whose use of the photographic medium negotiates the slippery retreat of the real from the camera’s eye, reveling in the distance and longing that retreat provides. Using experimental processes and conceptually driven structures, these works revisit the classic materials of photography: time, light, space, and substrate. The term parallax refers to the apparent displacement of an object when seen from differing points of view. We use parallax to see: each eye provides a subtly different sightline that our brains then stitch together, creating our perception of depth. Through photographing constructed spaces, reflection, light effects, and distant geology, each of these artists navigate distance, landscape, desire, and time through the medium of photography.
Parallax/Geography is organized by Director of Exhibitions Julie Poitras Santos
Thursday, February 11, 5:30pm
Join us for a conversation with the Parallax/Geography artists: Elizabeth Atterbury, Tad Beck, Sage Lewis, and Amanda Marchand.
Featured Image: Sage Lewis, Cache (detail), 2021