Collaged hand-cut c-print analog photograms
Dimensions: 21cm (H) x 15cm (W) / 8.3" (H) x 5.9" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
When Coronavirus hit, I felt helpless.
I had brought home piles of sheets of c-print flower photograms from my studio, and I started making small mixed flower collages, referring back to the small mixed flower posies that people used to carry in order to fend off illness before germ theory was understood. My Posies are collaged and then mounted on laser-cut plexiglass (something we now associate with our own protection in stores today), so that they appear to float off the wall.
While these Posies won’t ward off illness, I hope that this small amount of photo-based flower magic brings some much needed calm and beauty during this weird time.
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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