Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery (3rd Floor)
TIME AGAIN - BRANDON NORSTED
Get lost in memories of objects left behind in Brandon Norsted's new exhibition "Time Again" in the 3rd floor Diane Ballweg Gallery. When fixing up a VW van and making many trips to the junk yard to find parts, he started looking at the cars and seeing people's left lives in them. Examining these spaces stuck in time in his photographs, we have the view from the outside of so many personal objects and stories trapped in time.
The '70s projected - Kandy Watson
A collection of family and its foundations, Watson's photographs capture images from family memories (birthdays, church gatherings, fishing and swimming vacations) projected on the side of the family house, barn, and property on a crisp March evening.
FOR WHAT IT's WORTH - Mackenzie Reynolds
A deeper look into the catastrophe that lies between a memory and a photograph. There is a deterioration that inherently occurs to pictorial memories throughout generations. Working with photographs released from family albums, Reynolds reveals written mementos, establishing new relationships and reconnecting memories to once discarded images.
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Central Library Art Shows: The next deadline for applications is February 5, 2017
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