Geographical Lore, crescent moon 2019

Explorations in Geographical Lore, which consists of a combination of two-dimensional images (framed photographs, broadsides, light-boxes) and three-dimensional objects (cut and manipulated inkjet prints, photos printed on aluminum and fabric), explore spatial relationships of figure/ground within a set of reconstructed desert and mountainous landscapes.

Geographical Lore, Gorge 2019

Explorations in Geographical Lore, which consists of a combination of two-dimensional images (framed photographs, broadsides, light-boxes) and three-dimensional objects (cut and manipulated inkjet prints, photos printed on aluminum and fabric), explore spatial relationships of figure/ground within a set of reconstructed desert and mountainous landscapes.

Geographical Lore, greenland II 2019

Explorations in Geographical Lore, which consists of a combination of two-dimensional images (framed photographs, broadsides, light-boxes) and three-dimensional objects (cut and manipulated inkjet prints, photos printed on aluminum and fabric), explore spatial relationships of figure/ground within a set of reconstructed desert and mountainous landscapes.

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Julianna Foster

United States

https://juliannafoster.com/home.html

Julianna Foster is currently an assistant professor in the Photography program at the University of
the Arts in Philadelphia. MFA, UArts, Book Arts/Printmaking, 2006.

Foster was a 2014 artist in residence at the Philadelphia Photo Art, 2016/2017 finalist at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia, 2017/2018 selected as a Community Supported Artist, a project organized by Grizzly Grizzly Gallery and self-published the book, lone hunter. Recently, her work and two interviews with photographers was featured in the publication Constructed: The Contemporary History of the Constructed Image in Photography since 1990 published by Routledge and was selected for the exhibition, The Truth in Disguise Geste Paris, France. Publications include Conveyor, Proof, Good Game, Cleaver and included in collections across the US.

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