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January - February 2002

Maggie Taylor

POINTS OF INTERVENTION

January - February 2002

Maggie Taylor

POINTS OF INTERVENTION

Each of these internationally acclaimed artists intervene at a different point in the photographic process to produce their enigmatic images.

From a technological standpoint the work of Maggie Taylor could not be more different from that of Uelsmann. For the past five years she has been using a flatbed scanner instead of a traditional camera to record and interpret collected objects, text and images. These are combined through digital manipulations, as well as being physically constructed on the scanner. The resulting inscrutable creations of Taylor had a distinct resonance with the photographs of Uelsmann. Also widely exhibited and collected, Maggie Taylor’s work is beginning to gain national and international acclaim. When describing her unique tableaux Taylor suggests, “the images work on two levels: they are about these specific objects, yet they also invite reverie or recollections. I like to think that the objects are obviously symbolic, but not symbolically obvious.”

Maggie Taylor

POINTS OF INTERVENTION

January - February 2002
Free For All
GALLERY HOURS (during exhibitions)
Monday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Open until 7pm on Thursdays
843.953.4422


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