Exhibition: ALISON ROSSITER - LAMENT - April 25 - May 23 - Stephen Bulger Gallery

    Opening: April 25, 2-5pm

    TORONTO, April 22 /CNW/ - "Lament" is an exhibition of new work by Alison
Rossiter that pays homage to the disappearing materials of analogue
photography. Rossiter creates photographic objects that rely on the intrinsic
qualities of expired papers. She collects expired photo papers from throughout
the 20th Century and processes them to reveal the years of extemporaneous
exposure, moisture, humidity, and physical disruptions that have created
latent imagery. The images she produces are silver abstractions and illusions,
which come from coaxing these silver gelatin papers to completion.
    This project would have been unimaginable just some two decades ago when
graded gelatin silver papers of every variety were still widely available and
the norm. Considering the digital advances in photography, the work speaks to
the materials of the medium and makes one aware of the subtlety and variety of
photographic surfaces that are now a part of our history.

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For further information: Stephen Bulger Gallery, 1026 Queen Street West,
Toronto, Canada, (416) 504-0575, info@bulgergallery.com,

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