Christina Seely, Lux, Metropolis 37˚46'N122˚26'W (San Francisco)
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2005-2010, edition of 10
This image of the artificial glow produced by the San Francisco skyline is from Seely's Lux series, which presents photographic portraits of forty-five cities that lie in the most brightly illuminated regions of the NASA night earth map. The image depicts exclusively man-made light, captured through long exposure with a 4x5 large format field camera. Seely's expedition-based work finds its home in the conversation between the photographic image and the complexities of our contemporary relationship to nature and time.
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