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Stephanie Anne Clark : Reflections and Naturally


Exhibition Title: Reflections – Part of Fotoweek DC

Gallery: Target Gallery at The Torpedo Factory

Exhibition Dates: November 9th – December 1st, 2013 

Reception: November 14th, 6-8pm; Gallery Talk at 7pm

Gallery Site: http://www.torpedofactory.org/galleries/target.htm

Stephanie Anne Clark’s piece, Air, from her Fall of Icarus photographic series will be on display at the Torpedo Factory Art Center’s Target Gallery this upcoming November. The exhibition entitled Reflections is a media-specific exhibition with a focus on photo-based artwork that examines the theme of “reflections” both literally or figuratively. The exhibition, juried by Lindsay Harris, is open to all artists nationally and internationally. Reflections is a part of Fotoweek DC.

Reflections is a media-specific exhibition with a focus on photo-based artwork that examines the theme of “reflections.” both literally or figuratively. This is a juried exhibition open to all artists nationally and internationally. 

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Exhibition:Naturally

Gallery:Matchbox Gallery at Rice University

Gallery Site: http://matchbox.rice.edu/

Opening Reception:Nov. 14

Exhibition dates:Nov. 14-28

Stephanie Anne Clark has coordinated a group exhibition, entitled Naturally, of female artistsfor Rice University’s ‘Matchbox Gallery’. Naturally is an intimate exhibition that examines photographically manipulated works exploring issues that surround visualizations of Nature.

Naturallyis a group exhibition by three regional emerging female artists exploring aspects of Nature and the altered photographic. The artists, Petra Tuns Reeves, Sarah Williams Hearn and Stephanie Anne Clark, can be found manipulating, examining and re-creating images reflecting Nature. The images, featuring an altered Nature in each instance, illicit problems inherent in the visualization of the subject called Nature. From Hearn’s subtle Moon phases dissolving into the medium, to Reeve’s depictions of an altered state of Nature within the domestic plant, and Clark’s retelling of Icarus through abstract shadows of ‘feathers’ and light, the women explore and apply their own stories of Nature as something more-than that specific Nature of the earth, and instead investigate the visualizing of Nature as a construct of experience and projection.

Cyclical issues of truth and fiction, desire and anxiety, demise and rebirth are carefully threaded throughout these photo-based works.