16 in stock
11.5″ x 12.5″
archival pigment print
Edition of 50
Courtesy the artist
Scott Massey’s Spectrum Studies series explores the spectrum of visible and invisible light waves that illuminate our world, with each study capturing a “durational landscape” in a single print. His contribution to the Capture Mini Editions series, Spectrum Study 4 (infrared), was shot on rare infrared film, resulting in a rich and lush colour palette that belies the landscape’s harsh topography and history. The work depicts the Hope Slide, Canada’s largest ever landslide, to which Massey is returning for his next photography series, presented at Burnaby Art Gallery during Capture 2015.
Scott Massey obtained his BFA in Photography from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2003 and has since appeared in group and solo shows across the country, including at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; Dazibao Gallery, Montreal; the C. H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver; the Surrey Art Gallery; and Luminato Festival, Toronto. Massey most often works with the medium of light, manifesting as photography but also as installation, sculpture, and video. He currently lives and works in Vancouver.
This print is professionally framed.
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