Friday, March 08 - 1:00PM to 1:45PM
Surface Tension examines the complex relationships between personal, cultural and natural histories. Through constructs of time and in landscape as a trace of socio-cultural interaction, the project is informed by a decade of travel near and across the US-Mexico and Israeli-Palestinian borders, a period of time that saw the construction of physical barriers between states, and their accompanying expressions of power. In photographing two sets of landscapes that have been re-purposed to articulate division-one familiar, one foreign-Surface Tension resists a metaphoric collapse of the two, instead providing a parallel reading.
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