For most of the last thirty-five years Robert Asman has been devoted to investigating and stretching the conceptual and technical boundaries of silver prints, through extended, and related, explorations of the human figure and the urban landscape. His manipulations of chemistry and paper negatives have resulted in a boundless and wondrous body of work. Asman approaches art making as a transformative process, in which he mines the physical properties of his materials to create a work on paper which is seemingly the result of alchemical change. Process and image are completely merged.
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