This photographic method of collecting, sorting, and classifying is a reflection on the scientific processes employed to fight the pandemic. These analytical processes are visualized in grids, bar graphs, and other references to visual methods of displaying quantitative information.
The recurring theme of repetition also reflects the tedious nature of many of the life changes we have had to endure. Within these groupings, fresh insights emerge. The subtle differences reveal beautiful variations as the eye tunes into this minimal landscape.
Using a detached, documentary style offers an opportunity for viewers to reflect on the quiet moments as well as the irony of working together by staying apart.
Extended gallery hours on Saturday 18 November from 11am – 7pm.
Ari Salomon’s work is rooted in the reinterpretation of traditional street photography. He is also interested in how photography can reveal the nature and limitations of human perception.
Born in Israel, raised in San Diego and now based across San Francisco and Tokyo, he received a BA from UC Santa Cruz in Art History, focusing on contemporary art theory and studio photography. He has exhibited across the USA and internationally in Tokyo, Kyoto, Paris and Poland. He has participated in and helped organise many exhibitions as part of the Bay Area Photographers Collective since 2006.
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