In conjunction with my opening at Greylock Arts, the North Adams Transcript ran an article about my work entitled “Time and space collapse in photographs.” Here’s an excerpt from the full article available in PDF:

Lawson’s process is comparative to that of the Hubble Telescope, in which different black-and-white images that capture various colors are combined and applied to a color processing system to fashion something that can’t be seen by the naked eye. As with the Hubble, the human limitations of time and space perception require the presentation of such facsimiles to perceive the imperceptible — and physical labor on the pieces add to that.

North Adams Transcript article | 2011 | Press | Comments (0)

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