Shae’s photographic practice uses painted photography, a technique employed to
add colour to photographs before colour processing was invented. In a world where images can be digitally manipulated, finding a photographer’s practice that explores alternative methods is rare and really refreshing. Her painted photographs seem mythical, situating models in an eerie and beautiful wilderness.
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”