Regen Projects (Los Angeles) presents a selection of abstract photographs by gallery artists. These divergent bodies of work push the limit of photography employing techniques that range from cameraless photography, to a renegotiation of the photographic device in relationship to the subject, to an exploration of the physical and social conditions under which the works were created. Included in the selection are works from the “Fluid Dynamics” series by James Welling, created through manipulating fluid and light exposures in the darkroom; recent landscapes by Catherine Opie, which take recognizable topography and render it unidentifiable through the mechanism of the camera
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