Pacific Ocean, fall evening 2012
Pacific Ocean, fall evening 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

 

Three rooms that no longer exist, 2005
Three rooms that no longer exist, 2005

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

16th century tower at night, my Ireland, 2012
16th century tower at night, my Ireland, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Someone I use to know, 2011
Someone I use to know, 2011

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Pathway to the Shire, 2012
Pathway to the Shire, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Glowing window, dark room, 2012
Glowing window, dark room, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

The flowers you once loved, you think of no more, 2012
The flowers you once loved, you think of no more, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Shadow of a window, a vase of flowers in the distance, 2011
Shadow of a window, a vase of flowers in the distance, 2011

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Willow tree in the rain, 2012
Willow tree in the rain, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Installation View of Lament
Installation View of Lament

MOCP at 40, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL, 2015

Nine 8x10 inch Disappearing Photographs on Gelatin Silver Paper, Framed

Picture of You, 2016-2017
Picture of You, 2016-2017

5x6x2 inch Artist Book containing 37 disappearing photographs of my mother and me together. Edition of 15. 

Hand-made clamshell, book clothe, inkjet text

 

Made in conjunction with the Artist in Residence program at Latitude Chicago 

Rediscovered Photograph (Me, Mom & Erine), 2017
Rediscovered Photograph (Me, Mom & Erine), 2017

Completely Faded Photograph, scanned and manipulated in Photoshop to rediscover the image

Rediscovered Photograph (Me & Mom in a Photo Booth), 2017
Rediscovered Photograph (Me & Mom in a Photo Booth), 2017

Completely Faded Photograph, scanned and manipulated in Photoshop to rediscover the image

Installation View of In the Shadow of the Bloom
Installation View of In the Shadow of the Bloom

Continuum, Ralph Arnold Gallery at Loyola University, Chicago, IL, 2017

Eight 8x10 inch Long Duration Lumen Print Photogram’s exposed for varying durations (1 to 30 days) of the exhibition, using reappropriated imagery, flowers and earth samples from various US regions.

Custom wooden hand-made table, glass for contact printing, hairpin legs

 

In the Shadow of the Bloom, 2017
In the Shadow of the Bloom, 2017

Five 8x10 Inch Long Duration Lumen Prints (made during the Continuum exhibition at the Ralph Arnold Gallery at Loyola University, 2017)

Exposures times from left to right: 4 days, 12 days, 5 days, 24 days, 7 days

 

Installation View of Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke)
Installation View of Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke)

Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins, HATCH Projects at the Chicago Artist Collation, Chicago, IL, 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram exposed for entire duration (23 days) of the exhibition, using fresh flowers and moss that rotted throughout the exhibition.

Custom hand-made floor box, glass for contact printing

Installation View of Coming up Roses
Installation View of Coming up Roses

Turning Memory, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio, TX, 2017

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram exposed for entire duration (90 days) of the exhibition, using fresh flowers that rotted throughout the exhibition.

Custom hand-made floor box, glass for contact printing

Detailed view of rotting flowers in Coming up Roses
Detailed view of rotting flowers in Coming up Roses

This sequence is from varying renditions of Coming up Roses

Duration of Exposure and Rotting from left to right: 2 days, 14 days and 60 days

Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke), 2016
Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke), 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram (exposed for 23 days.) This image is the final outcome (slide #16) from the exhibition Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins

Coming up roses (Piotr Radzikowski), 2016
Coming up roses (Piotr Radzikowski), 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram (exposed for 23 days.) This image was also made during the exhibition Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins

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Pacific Ocean, fall evening 2012
Three rooms that no longer exist, 2005
16th century tower at night, my Ireland, 2012
Someone I use to know, 2011
Pathway to the Shire, 2012
Glowing window, dark room, 2012
The flowers you once loved, you think of no more, 2012
Shadow of a window, a vase of flowers in the distance, 2011
Willow tree in the rain, 2012
Installation View of Lament
Picture of You, 2016-2017
Rediscovered Photograph (Me, Mom & Erine), 2017
Rediscovered Photograph (Me & Mom in a Photo Booth), 2017
Installation View of In the Shadow of the Bloom
In the Shadow of the Bloom, 2017
Installation View of Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke)
Installation View of Coming up Roses
Detailed view of rotting flowers in Coming up Roses
Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke), 2016
Coming up roses (Piotr Radzikowski), 2016
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Pacific Ocean, fall evening 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

 

Three rooms that no longer exist, 2005

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

16th century tower at night, my Ireland, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Someone I use to know, 2011

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Pathway to the Shire, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Glowing window, dark room, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

The flowers you once loved, you think of no more, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Shadow of a window, a vase of flowers in the distance, 2011

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Willow tree in the rain, 2012

8x10 Disappearing Photograph on Gelatin Silver Paper

Installation View of Lament

MOCP at 40, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL, 2015

Nine 8x10 inch Disappearing Photographs on Gelatin Silver Paper, Framed

Picture of You, 2016-2017

5x6x2 inch Artist Book containing 37 disappearing photographs of my mother and me together. Edition of 15. 

Hand-made clamshell, book clothe, inkjet text

 

Made in conjunction with the Artist in Residence program at Latitude Chicago 

Rediscovered Photograph (Me, Mom & Erine), 2017

Completely Faded Photograph, scanned and manipulated in Photoshop to rediscover the image

Rediscovered Photograph (Me & Mom in a Photo Booth), 2017

Completely Faded Photograph, scanned and manipulated in Photoshop to rediscover the image

Installation View of In the Shadow of the Bloom

Continuum, Ralph Arnold Gallery at Loyola University, Chicago, IL, 2017

Eight 8x10 inch Long Duration Lumen Print Photogram’s exposed for varying durations (1 to 30 days) of the exhibition, using reappropriated imagery, flowers and earth samples from various US regions.

Custom wooden hand-made table, glass for contact printing, hairpin legs

 

In the Shadow of the Bloom, 2017

Five 8x10 Inch Long Duration Lumen Prints (made during the Continuum exhibition at the Ralph Arnold Gallery at Loyola University, 2017)

Exposures times from left to right: 4 days, 12 days, 5 days, 24 days, 7 days

 

Installation View of Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke)

Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins, HATCH Projects at the Chicago Artist Collation, Chicago, IL, 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram exposed for entire duration (23 days) of the exhibition, using fresh flowers and moss that rotted throughout the exhibition.

Custom hand-made floor box, glass for contact printing

Installation View of Coming up Roses

Turning Memory, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio, TX, 2017

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram exposed for entire duration (90 days) of the exhibition, using fresh flowers that rotted throughout the exhibition.

Custom hand-made floor box, glass for contact printing

Detailed view of rotting flowers in Coming up Roses

This sequence is from varying renditions of Coming up Roses

Duration of Exposure and Rotting from left to right: 2 days, 14 days and 60 days

Coming up Roses (Terri Clarke), 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram (exposed for 23 days.) This image is the final outcome (slide #16) from the exhibition Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins

Coming up roses (Piotr Radzikowski), 2016

32x40 inch Lumen Print Photogram (exposed for 23 days.) This image was also made during the exhibition Revolvers are Meant for Crocodile-skins

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