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"Tree and Surroundings"
Bill Anderson, "Tree and Surroundings," 2013, digital archival print, 30” x 20”.
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Bill Anderson, "Axis Mundi," 2013, digital archival print, 24" x 16".
Vancouver artist Bill Anderson leverages the interpretive potential of digital imagery as he explores the boundary between photography and abstraction. Each image in his series, Continuum, is made by exposing the same subject many times on one frame. “The approach depends a great deal on intuition and spontaneity,” Anderson says. “One misstep and there’s no going back. I believe this allows for a more intimate and revealing dance with the subject, whether it’s as common as a plastic bagor dynamic as a religious pilgrimage.”
Sept. 11 to Oct. 11 at Winsor Gallery in Vancouver.