A Point in Time

Abigail Reynolds creates the illusion of being in multiple times and or places concurrently. She works with historical sites depicted in photographs taken from old mass-produced books. By splicing two or three photographs together very precisely, a collapse of time is effected. The varying textures of the images, the layers and folds promise to give access to the past and at the same time deny it. The past is unfolded before our eyes while we are actually closed out, unable to reach the past we thought we were being pulled into. The concept of time and point of view play an important role in the artists work.

Fri, 14 Oct, 18.00h
14 Oct 201619 Nov 2016

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