Julianne Nash

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Nash’s photographs are a response to her own fears of inheriting a degenerative form of vision loss. The images serve as a metaphor of “loss, trauma and personal mortality” with special attention to the correlation between these personal concerns and the instability and vulnerability of digital files. 

Works on View:

Invasive Species No. 1 (Focus Stack, 5 Images), 2016, Unique Lenticular Print, 50" x 60"

Death Becomes Darkness (Focus Stack, 18 Images), 2017, Archival Inkjet Print, 44" x 120"

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