Photographs by Sandy Sorlien.
List Gallery, Swarthmore, 2000. 28 pp., 16 duotone illustrations, 9x10".
Having been rejected for a National Science Foundation award to photograph in Antarctica, American photographer Sandy Sorlien instead began creating images of what she imagined the landscape to appear like. Using a Holga camera, she had produced a body of work that is lyrical and believable. Ironically, her brother found himself traveling to Antarctica on a project to map the Ross Sea, and their email dialogue is nicely paired with the images. A wonderful little catalogue.
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