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Louise Barry
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant



ARTIST STATEMENT: I work in multiple media, including drawing, photography, installation, and video. My work concerns the relationship of the individual to the physical environment, and our relationship to reality as mediated through different kinds of images, but particularly photography. I’m interested in paying attention to the processes of working, learning, and creating, and in using amateurism as a conceptual strategy. I am a collector of used objects and discarded images, which become part of my work. I see myself as preserving and re-interpreting elements of the past, as well as finding new uses and meanings for the surplus of images our culture has produced.
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  • America's Wonderlands 7
    2012
    archival inkjet print   12" x 18"

  • America's Wonderlands 12
    2012
    archival inkjet print   20" x 30"

  • America's Wonderland 5
    2012
    archival inkjet print   12" x 18"

  • Tailor, Cobble, Weld
    2012
    inkjet printed artist book, hand bound   5.5" x 4.25"

  • Tailor, Cobble, Weld
    2012
    inkjet printed artist book, hand bound   5.5" x 4.25"

  • The Artifact Orchestra / Music from Elsewhere
    2012
    inkjet printed artist book, hand bound   4.25" x 5.5"

  • The Artifact Orchestra / Music from Elsewhere
    2012
    inkjet printed artist book, hand bound   4.25" x 5.5"

  • Last Year's Calendar
    2011
    ink and acrylic paint on paper   22" x 30"

  • Last Year's Calendar (detail)

  • Mountains of Colorado, Rocks of Troy
    2010
    rocks and found photographs   variable

  • Chamber to Chamber
    2010
    ink on tracing paper   2' x 16'

  • The Infamous Alfred Packer
    2010
    found photographs and plywood   10" x 24"
    Text below photographs reads: "Lake San Cristobal: Jackson may well have photographed the lake in order to document a dramatic instance of Western cannibalism, for it was here that the infamous A
 








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