Exhibition Details


May 18 - August 30, 2012

In the catalogue essay for Meat Horizon Melissa Kwasny writes, “What Weissberger's dynamic and volatile photo installations ask us to reconcile is our conceptions of what is strange and what is beautiful, what is trickery or truth, art and artifice, meat and flowers, nature and culture, as it were.”
Meat Horizon is a gallery-size installation made up of hand-cut shaped photo-collages, cut photo fragments pinned to the walls and reflected in mirror topped pedestals, three long scrolls of delicate, symmetrical photo-collages suggesting insect specimens and inkblots and prints from Weissberger’s series Meaty Abstractions. 
Image detail: from Meat Horizon, copyright Kurt Keller Photography

Barbara Weissberger: Meat Horizon


May 18 - August 30, 2012

In the catalogue essay for Meat Horizon Melissa Kwasny writes, “What Weissberger's dynamic and volatile photo installations ask us to reconcile is our conceptions of what is strange and what is beautiful, what is trickery or truth, art and artifice, meat and flowers, nature and culture, as it were.”

Meat Horizon is a gallery-size installation made up of hand-cut shaped photo-collages, cut photo fragments pinned to the walls and reflected in mirror topped pedestals, three long scrolls of delicate, symmetrical photo-collages suggesting insect specimens and inkblots and prints from Weissberger’s series Meaty Abstractions. 

Image detail: from Meat Horizon, copyright Kurt Keller Photography

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