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Rachael Jablo

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Rachael Jablo

Born: 1975

Hometown: San Francisco

Based in: Berlin

 

Rachael Jablo is a US American photographer, collage, and installation artist based in Berlin. She works primarily with cameraless photography to delve into ideas about deconstruction, beauty, nature and the body. In 2013 she published My days of losing words with Kehrer Verlag; it has been featured on Slate, Lenscratch, and NPR among other places. Her work has been exhibited widely across the US, with solo exhibitions at George Lawson Gallery and UCLA in California. Her work has also been featured at the Museum für Photographie in Braunschweig, Germany, the Analogue Now! festival in Berlin, the Collagistas festival across Europe, SFCamerawork Gallery, and Brandeis University.

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

Mixed Media

US$ 900

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

Mixed Media

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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Rachael Jablo, Germany

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About Rachael Jablo


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What inspires you?

The structure of flowers, color, space.


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Describe your creative process.

In the darkroom, I tear flowers apart hat are meaningful to me, things that were in gardens I grew up in, or have other personal symbolism to me. I break them down into their elements, and make color photograms of the petals. In the studio, I cut these prints out piece by piece, following the petal structures on the page, so that I start with the “cells” to build structures from. I then glue these 'cells' together to create artworks both installation works and small collages.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Colorful, intricate, thoughtful.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Sharp blades, tiny brushes, and a darkroom.

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