Recorder | Author: Miranda Lichtenstein
For nearly two decades, Miranda Lichtenstein has worked in varied subgenres within photography’s historical archetypes: marginalized contemporary landscapes, refracted still life, performance-based portraiture and process-oriented abstraction.
In this new publication, Lichtenstein's densely-layered abstract works build on feedback loops of printing, scanning and re-photographing materials within the studio. This experimental publication intersperses three series based around these loops, using experimental printing and binding to develop her mysterious images further.
Texts by: A. L. Steiner & Prudence Pfeiffer
28.5 x 22.2cm
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