To Lo: underlight studies

Tom & Lois White, 2005-2014, (released 2014 - ongoing)

Dual motion photographs, archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Pearl 320gsm cotton fiber stock.

An ongoing black and white photographic studying the structure of light in different forms. In this case the images are shot at various firework displays. The energy, randomness, shape, fleeting nature, simplicity and complexity, purpose and beauty (or lack of) are all features of the study. It is essential for us to apply the study as negative black and white, which shows these qualities in their very essence, undistracted by color. These studies are then applied as starting points to “fire/works”, a larger body of work in which we reimagine and restructure fireworks sequences from an up close perspective. It is interesting that the negative images echo other art forms.

30x40in (112x145cm); ed#1-6: $1,200, (framed: $1,700), 2 AP: N/A
18x24in (81x107cm); ed#1-15: $500, (framed: $750.00), 2 AP: N/A

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The editions are mastered in the gallery's in-house printmaking studio with more than 25 years of experience in image-making and production.

Frame option includes complete archival mounting with conservation clear UV acrylic or glass (smaller sizes) in contemporary gallery style black or white wood frames. No mat, just the natural white boarder of the paper end edge of the artwork.

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