Natalie Hunter: ReVisions
September 12 – November 22 2014
Curated by the Supecrawl Curatorial Committee
Co-presented by Supercrawl
ReVisions is a site-specific collage of photographs that explores images, personal memory and storytelling. The camera, which is normally used to capture images of the outside world, is used as an apparatus for reflection on fragmented memories of people, places, and materials. Personal childhood narratives from growing up on the outskirts Hamilton are investigated through the ephemeral nature of motion and light.
Natalie Hunter is a Hamilton-born multidisciplinary artist who works with photography, installation, digital media and sculpture. In 2013 she graduated with an MFA from the University of Waterloo.
To Cut Down the Family Tree (detail) 2013
giclee print on transparent film
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