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Ryan M Frank
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Fort Greene



ARTIST STATEMENT: My artwork combines sculpture and photography, object and imagery, the vastness and complexities of landscape contained within manmade structures such as doors, windows, boxes and other geometric formations. I take photographs of places I visit and moments I witness, not for traditional documentation but rather as a means to better understand them in their natural logic. My images are manipulated digitally and tangibly; cut up, combined and layered; and placed within constructed objects and architectural spaces. These processes transcend photography’s two-dimensionality and provide a greater context, perspective and experience than what is initially seen through my camera’s viewfinder.
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  • Dumbo Labor Monument
    2009
    Shipping pallets, photo transparency, plexiglass, and lights
    80 x 40 x 48 inches

  • Hardware Store Employee Curtain
    2009
    Photo transparency on plastic
    84 x 42 inches

  • Wood Box (Route 22, Wassaic)
    2013
    Plywood, photo transparency, plexiglass, and fluorescent light
    16 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 7 inches

  • Wood Box (TX 17, Fort Davis)
    2013
    Plywood, photo transparency, plexiglass, and fluorescent light
    5 x 45 x 6 inches

  • Wood Box (Farmhouse)
    2014
    Plywood, photo transparency, plexiglass and fluorescent light
    12 x 12 x 6 inches

  • Rural Propaganda (South View)
    2013
    Photo transparencies and plexiglass, back-lit in existing windows
    84 x 160 inches

  • Columnar (installation view)
    2014
    Plywood, photo transparency, plexiglass and fluorescent light, in two parts
    47 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches each

  • Columnar (detail)
    2014
    Plywood, photo transparency, plexiglass and fluorescent light, in two parts
    47 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches each

  • Overhead (Twin Redwoods)
    2014
    Photo transparency, plexiglass and plywood
    40 x 60 x 12 inches

  • Bloundos
    2015
    Photo collage on paper
    8 x 8 inches

  • Hofsos
    2015
    Photo collage on paper
    11 ½ x 11 ½ inches

  • Rural Propaganda (Askja)
    2016
    Photo transparencies and plexiglass, backlit in existing window frames
    104 x 166 inches

  • Overhead/Reflection (Askja/Dreki)
    2016
    Plywood, mounted photograph and plexiglass mirror
    42 x 48 inches each

  • Here and There (Askja)
    2016
    Plywood, plexiglass mirror, copper and mounted color photograph on concrete base
    15 x 30 x 15 inches

  • Naiskos Mirror
    2016
    Color photograph and mirror mounted on wood
    24 x 12 inches

  • Aura/Hydra,
    2016
    Color photograph mounted on wood and plexiglass
    60 x 22 inches

  • Bear Lodge
    2016
    Color photograph mounted on wood in doorway
    96 x 44 x 60 inches

  • July 31, 2016 / Black Hills, SD
    2016
    Digital collage
    Dimensions variable

  • August 1, 2016 / Grand Teton, WY
    2016
    Digital collage
    dimensions variable

  • August 4, 2016 / Ely, NV
    2016
    Digital collage
    dimensions variable
 








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