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9.8″ x 14″
archival pigment print
Edition of 50
Courtesy the artist
Jessica Eaton’s Capture Mini Edition is a scaled-down version of her public art installation at the BC Hydro Dal Grauer Substation, which draws inspiration from the building’s midcentury architecture and minimalist artists like Sol LeWitt. This brand-new work employs Eaton’s trademark photographic process, by which she creates intensely coloured photographs using black-and-white film. She accomplishes this by “mixing” light within an analogue camera directly onto the film, using photo filters and multiple exposures to manipulate the photographic process.
Regina-born artist Jessica Eaton is a graduate of Emily Carr University of Art + Design and is currently based in Montreal. Her practice revolves around the chemical and material aspects of photography, using analogue techniques to create images that look more like paintings than photographs.
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