Show: Made by Hand
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2221 NW 56th St, Ste. 102
Event: July 19th 6pm - 9pm
Made by Hand – A showcase of unique photographic prints featured on the pages of The HAND Magazine
GALLERY 1/1 is pleased to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of one of our favorite art publications The HAND Magazine with an exhibition, Made By Hand, focused on unique photographic prints by artists that have been featured in the magazine. The exhibition will include the following artists who excel at alternative and experimental photography and create one-of-a-kind handmade prints. Ross Faircloth, Megan Griffin Tormey, Claire Gilliam, Sarah Hadley, Jamie Johnson, Antonio Martinez, Paula Riff, Dan Shepherd, Aline Smithson, Ross Sonnenberg, Andrew Sovjani, Brianna Tadeo, Andrew K. Thompson, Harrison Walker, and Melanie Walker.
Artists: Brianna Tadeo & DM Witman
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2856 NW Market St #2G
Event: May 18th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/435711166795507/
Join us during the Ballard Night Out, Thursday, May 18th for a special opportunity to meet the featured artists of our exhibit, "Photo Biologique: Light + Life." Brianna Tadeo will be in town from Oakland, CA for one night only to talk about her vibrant "Blood Prints" and share for the first time some behind the scenes video of her color darkroom process. DM Witman will be joining live via Skype from her darkroom studio in Maine to give us a peek into how she collaborates with common garden slugs to make her cosmically inspired "Supercluster Arion and Other Phenomena" series of silver-gelatin prints. You won't want to miss the chance to learn about these incredibly unique prints and meet the artists who make them.
Show: Photo Biologique: Light + Life, featuring Brianna Tadeo & DM Witman
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2856 NW Market St #2G
Opening: April 20th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/1348633991896020/
Showing: April 20th - June 10th
Join us on Thursday, April 20th from 6-9 pm for the Opening of our latest exhibiton of unique photographic prints, Photo Biologique: Light + Life. We are featuring two artists, Brianna Tadeo and DM Witman, who could be considered biological alchemists in the darkroom. They are exploiting the chemical properties of the photographic medium by harnessing the power of blood and slugs to make their photographic prints.
Photography is usually defined by its classical meaning “drawing with light” but with our latest exhibition, Photo Biologique: Light + Life, we are showcasing two artists, Brianna Tadeo and DM Witman, who each have added a unique biological twist to their traditional darkroom print making methods.
Brianna Tadeo is a fine art photographer based in Oakland, CA. Her vibrant abstract prints are created with an experimental cameraless darkroom process developed by Brianna that combines photo-chemistry, blood and animal organs from the butcher to show a singular moment of the gradual process of cellular decay. She is compressing time into a single instance with these unique one-of-a-kind chromogenic Blood Prints.
DM Witman is an award-winning artist-educator based in Maine. With her series Supercluster Arion and Other Phenomena, Deanna continues to explore her themes of obsession – ephemerality, biology, synergy, and finding a way to make the intangible tangible. Over the course of two years, she worked with common slugs directly on silver- gelatin photographic paper. The process involved nightly slug hunting trips into the woods, followed by late night darkroom sessions. An introduction to these one-of-a-kind prints was written by the esteemed scientist and best-selling author, Alan Lightman, who wrote, “In discerning a resemblance of Witman’s slug tracings to the majestic display of the galaxies, we find some union between the very small and the very large, between the fleeting and the long lived, between the animate and the inanimate. And if we can also find in these images a touch of beauty, a sense of imagination, and a flight of whimsy and provocation, then we have fully experienced the voyage that all art attempts to create.”
Ballard Night Out is presented by Greater Ballard Arts - supporting arts and cultural events in Ballard's 98107 & 98117 zip codes.