30 in stock
6.25″ x 23″, archival pigment print
Edition of 100
Courtesy the artist and Gallery Jones
Composed of dozens of photographs digitally layered together into a single image, Danny Singer’s Trossachs depicts the southern Saskatchewan hamlet of Trossachs, population 42. Singer creates his works by moving his camera slowly down the main streets of prairie towns, taking photographs every few feet to develop a final, flat depiction of the entire street in extreme detail. His images are normally presented at a massive scale of six to nine feet wide, but for the Capture Mini Editions series, Trossachs has been shrunk to just under two feet.
Edmonton-born, Vancouver-based photographer Danny Singer has been capturing the main streets of small prairie towns in panoramic photographs since 1999
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