Blue M82, Gelatin silver print, 11×14″
Artist Amelia Konow talks about working in the darkroom, gravitational waves, and printing on 50 year-old photo paper. In her work, Amelia draws on the both the scientific and spiritual mysteries of outer space as a way to connect the massive scale of the universe to the concrete realities of our every day lives. Her work is on view at SF Camerawork from July 14th to August 20th as part of the group exhibition S P A C E.
V838, Gelatin silver print, 8×10″
Wrapped Up In The Cloud, ~3300 4×6″ photographic prints
Local Plants 68, Polaroid, 4.25×3.25″, 2013
Local Plants 70, Polaroid, 4.25×3.25″
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