STRATA contrasts two separate but related natural resources: ice and coal. The work includes landscape and underwater photographs captured in Svalbard, Norway as well as cameraless prints made directly from melting glacier ice and raw, unprocessed coal. Each material densely packed – both formed by strata of time.


Above: Installation at Tides Institute Museum of Art. Left: Moraine, Magdalenafjord, Right: Blackstone Glacier Ice #2, 2017, Pigment prints on Tyvek with graphite, coal dust, gold and silver leaf, wood hardware, 175” x302” x 18” with Foreground silhouette by Charley Young

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