Fiona Annis Artist Talk

2022-12-14 · United States
Fiona Annis Artist Talk

Join the Penumbra Artist Series and meet Fiona Annis in an intimate setting to discuss her work and process. Fiona is a Canadian artist whose work explores the enigmatic nature of photography. Her practice is not limited to a single technology, method, or subject, but investigates the fundamental elements of photography, such as light, paper, chemistry, and time. With a sustained engagement with analogue materials and processes, Fiona integrates this historic knowledge with a deeply contemporary approach. Hers is an artistic path that evokes both the legacy of the past and the promise of a future.

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