Serpentine Pano watercolor on archival pigment print, 47″ x 72″, 2016
Artist Theresa Ganz talks about making her photo-based collages from images of rocks, caves, and the ceilings of ornate European palaces and estates. We also discuss how growing up in the city made her curious about nature, the connection between her work and outer space, and the ways that artists’ depictions of the land reflect issues of gender and power.
Cave of the heart Pigment prints, collage, 67′ x 46″ each, 2014
Palazzo Madama 2, 2015, inkjet print, 8″ x 10
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