Lori Pond’s photography mirrors 12th century Buddhist Dogen Zenji’s quote: “Nothing in the Entire Universe is Hidden.” She uses a myriad of processes and cameras (film, digital, wet plate collodion, iPhone) to uncover both physical and emotional landscapes. Pond challenges the viewer to see beyond instinctual fear and question what is “real” in her body of work “Menace.” Taxidermied animals are digitally “captured,” […]
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