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2021 SPE Annual Conference: Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria

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Kat Wilson

SPE Member since 2011
Member Chapter: South Central


The Habitat series reveals the seamlessness of time by using new technologies (digital photography) to accomplish effects used by the masters in order to portray people in their own time living with the things of their world.

Compositionally, triangles tell a narrative, leading the eye from object, to character, back to object again. The iconoclastic subjects offer glimpses of their most naturally occurring possessions in an arranged fashion.

Light and shadow dramatize the scene in a way similar to that of theatrical lighting, freezing the perspective after the eye completes its journey and invoking a quality like that observed by an audience right before the curtain falls.

1411 Towson Avenue

104 Barton Street

3617 Boston

122 Vernon

Artist: Rudy, Arkansas

812 Sherman Street

Thayer Street

Rye Hille

3617 Boston 2012

Springdale, Arkansas

43rd Street, Fort Smith

Overview from show at UCA

Perryville, Arkansas

Hillcrest, Little Rock

Quapaw District, Little Rock

Beasonville, Little Rock

Thayer Street

260 Thompson Street

519 North Olive

Rick's Salon

Rick's Salon, Atron

Queen, Northside of Town, Fort Smith

Artist, Fayetteville

B Street, Fort Smith

Downtown, Little Rock

Pink House, Fayetteville

10 Minute Photograph

2201 HWY 457, Lousianna

2315 South Summit

Artist in Studio, Luke

Artist in Studio-Kevin

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