Archival inkjet prints
24 x 28 inches
In these photographs there is stillness, a silence; the quality of being at the bottom of the sea or on the surface of a distant, useless moon orbiting all that is active below. In their disarray the objects tend to mirror one another. The same substance gets spun up into tape and into cellophane packaging with minor modification (materials with many applications). There is no transcendent realm these things mirror mirroring each other. They are only the emanations of human industry, modeled on — both far exceeding and desperately behind — nature.
Exhibited as part of Poly, a two person exhibition curated by Maayan Straus for Sushi Bar Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.
EXHIBITION TEXT BY JEFFREY STUKER
“ALL BLACKS ARE MATTE”, ROBIN TREADWELL, HYPERALLERGIC