Supercluster Arion and other Phenomena
October 4, 2013 – October 26, 2013
Deanna Witman’s new work may look like images of nebulae and galaxies, but they are in fact the product of the common slug (or, Arion subfuscus, to give it its proper name). In this body of work, which makes it’s exhibition debut at SSG, slugs move about from dusk until dawn on gelatin silver paper in Deanna’s darkroom, making marks through their biology, creating something new. These images exist as microcosms of the cycles of life: feeding, defecation, sex, and movement. Each print is unique and made on archival treated silver gelatin paper.
Deanna is an artist living and working on the coast of Maine. She is a native of Pennsylvania. She holds an M.F.A. in Photography from Maine Media College and a B.S. in Environmental Biology from Kutztown University.
SUPERCLUSTER ARION AND OTHER PHENOMENA by DM Witman will be on view in the Dové Gallery from October 4 – October 26, 2013.
There are also exhibition catalogues for sale, please see staff for details. Catalogues are $25, and there are also catalogues available with unique limited edition print for $50.
UNTITLED by Hong Seon Jang continues in the Main Gallery.