through August 4th 2012
Marie Angeletti uses the camera to explore the plural language of photography. A seemingly wide range of subjects is subsumed by the arrangement and repetition of images, suggesting new readings and interpretations. The photographs themselves are subjected to a number of processes; objects and subjects are photographed, the resultant images re-photographed, scanned, in some places abstracted. This confuses both the original source and author of the image – are we looking at archival images, are these images taken or appropriated by Angeletti?