Shape Shifting by Theresa Ganz

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Shape Shifting by Theresa Ganz

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SHAPE SHIFTING

THERESA GANZ

Risograph printing | Leporello | Blind Stamped Cover | 16 B&W images w/ 2 hand tinted (front side) | 1 B&W Semi Regular Tessellation (back side) | Includes one Gelatin Silver Print | Size (closed): 10 inches x 16 inches | Size (opened): 160 inches x 10inches

Images © Theresa Ganz

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SHAPE SHIFTING | THERESA GANZ


“Traditional landscape tends to suggest vastness and the conquering vision of man over nature, or conversely nature’s awesome greatness and the smallness of man. My work seeks to undermine these dispositions, offering instead a more myopic and ambiguous vision. The viewer is never afforded enough distance to gaze out, but is confronted with a maze-like and internal world of warped detail and impenetrable surfaces. When photographs are cut and pasted together, they are freed from the logic and context by which we usually understand them and our minds must attempt to assemble a new whole from marooned parts.” Theresa Ganz, 2019


 

Photographs: Theresa Ganz
Concept: Theresa Ganz & Leandro Villaro
Publisher: Penumbra Foundation
Edition: 40 copies

Risograph printing 
Leporello | Blind Stamped Cover
16 B&W images w/ 2 hand tinted (front side)
1 B&W Semi Regular Tessellation (back side)
Includes one Gelatin Silver Print
Size (closed): 10 inches x 16 inches
Size (opened): 160 inches x 10inches
Printed in New York City, July, 2019

* All books will ship by mid August


Theresa Ganz was born in New York City.  She earned her BA from Vassar College in Film and her MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in Photography. She works in photo-based collage, installation and video. Her work has shown nationally and internationally at, among others, The Datz Museum of Art in Korea, the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco, The Bell Gallery at Brown University, San Francisco CameraWork and The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin and at various commercial spaces in New York and San Francisco. Her work was included in the 2016 DeCordova Biennial. Her work has also been featured and reviewed in publications including ArtForum,  Mousse Magazine, Outpost Journal and Magazine Gitz. She was the 2015 winner of the ArtSlant Prize. Her work is the collections of Providence College and the RISD Museum. She will have site specific multimedia installation opening at Smack Mellon in New York in 2018 and another installation that will be travelling to various institutions in 2017 and 2018. She is a founding member and director at Regina Rex in Brooklyn. She currently resides in Providence, RI where she is faculty at Brown University.