1 Andrea Frank Lysis toward a sensory ecology UNF Gallery of Art University of North Floida, Jacksonville, FL January 18 - March 30, 2018 Curated by Sheila Goloborotko Exhibition sponsored by UNF Art and Design Department, Environmental Center and UNF International Studies Program.
2 Andrea Frank Lysis In the time before, the world was resilient, beautiful, and strong. It happened through the magwic of blood flowing through capillaries, and the magic of tiny seeds turning into giant redwoods, and the magic of long relationships between rivers and mountains, and the magic of complex dances between all members of natural communities. It took life and death, and the gifts of the dead, forfeited to the living, to make the world strong. -Derrick Jensen When I Dream of a Planet in Recovery Andrea Frank captures the images of minute natural changes in the forest. Focused on an uprooted tree, a leaf, some bark and moss, she reveals what sustains and surrounds us, an interconnected ecosystem and its immeasurable power and magnitude. Large, archival pigment prints are digitally composed and at times scratched or hand colored. Images of woodland breathe change and survival as the work shows elegance even in the images of decay that beseech our attention, and help. We read the residual images of a forest as pieces of a lost palimpsest, as we immerse ourselves in the voyage to what is left of our once natural environment. Minimal, but with keen and meticulous vision, no color is picked to embellish the image, but to call attention, to signal danger, to direct focus. In another series, water based inks are screenprinted over the seemingly fluid stroke of minuscule droplets of ink that make up the photographic images. At times, these overprints create shadow, transparency, or the simple geometry of a flat surface of color. What is shown here is all magic, like the force that made the forest and the magic that helps to rebuild it. Sheila Goloborotko, 2018
3 Exhibition Documentation: Installation Views
8 CUTS, 2012, digital video, 3 minutes 42 seconds CUTS is a video piece featuring a forest photograph, which is sandwiched between plexi sheets. A laser cutter traces lines and shapes in the image, destroying it in the process. The laser cutter appears as a massive machine, its relentless noise mixes with forest sounds and a layer of ethereal sounds.
10 Image Catalogue of Exhibited Works
11 Convergences #4, 2015 mixed media on archival pigment print, 36 in. x 36 in.
12 Convergences #5, 2015 mixed media on archival pigment print, 36 x 36 in.
13 Convergences #2, 2015 mixed media on archival pigment print, 44 x 48 in.
14 Convergences #1, 2015 Mixed media on archival pigment print, 24 x 211 in. top: detail
15 Untitled (forest pool 1), 2016 scrached archival pigment print, 60 x 44 in.
16 Untitled (forest pool 3), 2017 scrached archival pigment print, 60 x 44 in.
17 Untitled (milkweed) series, 2016 scratched archival pigment prints, 45 x 24 in. each
18 Untitled (milkweed) series, 2016 scratched archival pigment prints, 45 x 24 in. each
19 Untitled (apple orchard), 2016 scratched archival pigment print, 44 x 55 in.
20 Untitled (scratched), 2016 scratched archival pigment print, 36 x 44 in.
21 Untitled (mossy), 2016 scratched archival pigment print, 44 x 58 in.
22 Untitled (central web), 2016 archival pigment print, 44 in. x 44 in.
23 Untitled (explosion), 2016 archival pigment print, 44 in. x 76 in.
24 Untitled (log), 2014 gouache on archival pigment print, 19 1/2 in. x 163 in.
25 Untitled (bees), Laser-cut Plexi sandwich mounted archival pigment prints Installation, dimensions variable, ½ in. x ½ in. x 3/8 in. each
26 Untitled (big water), 2016 archival pigment print, 56 x 44 in.
27 Lysis (portfolio of 20 unique silkscreen prints), 2014 silk screen on archival pigment prints created with master printer Sheila Goloborodko 19 in. x 13 in. each. paper dimensions variable
28 Lysis (portfolio of 20 unique silkscreen prints), 2014
29 Lysis (portfolio of 20 unique silkscreen prints), 2014
30 Artist talks in the gallery
31 Bob Self, Environmental art show opens at UNF Gallery, The Florida Times-Union, January 19, 2018 Museum s receptoin to feature free music Thursday: Environmental Artist s Photos on Exhibit, The Florida Times-Union, January 24, 2018
32 System Drawing Session, UNF Gallery of Art and University Nature Preserve, January 2018 We explored the nearby Nature Preserve before engaging in the gallery space with paper scrolls and waste material left over from the exhibition installation.
33 About System Drawing Collaborative Environment and Process Explorations Andrea Frank developed the System Drawing format through a series of experimental transdisciplinary think tanks ( ). She has since hosted a range of System Drawing sessions in gallery, community, transdisciplinary research, and classroom contexts. The larger project is thematically framed by pressing environmental concerns, and our collective inability to address them effectively in spite of clear warning signs. While some System Drawing sessions map out and fluidly guide evolving conversation on prepared images, others sidesteps rational inquiry in favor of group-based creative processes that support new ways of consciously engaging with our context and each other, producing what could be called embodied knowledge. Each session is a site specific experiment and process exploration. It starts with body work loosely based on Plastiques, a technique founded by Polish theatre director and revolutionary Jerzy Grotowski. Starting from the idea that our socially determined body is protecting and limiting us much like an armor, we work quite literally on prying open this armor by the joints, and in the process our whole body can be experienced as an intuitive sensory organ. Through a slow site walk we consciously enter into dialogue with our specific context. A range of tools and materials are at hand for the walks and the following experimental collaborative System Drawing sessions. The process evolves through intuitive interactions, with each participant heeding their impulses and fluidly contributing to an evolving story. The session is followed by informal conversations and exchange.
34 System Drawing session as part of the solo exhibition Systems: Trees at TeamLove Ravenhouse Gallery, New Paltz, July 2014 Invited participants: a tree ecologist, a symbolic studies scholar, a farmer, the Mohonk Preserve Research Center Director, an herbalist, a farmer, open to the public. System Drawing session as part of the Kingston, NY O+Festival at the Midtown Kingston Library, October 2016 The site specific images were created in part by Kingston Hight School students. The session was as usual introduced through Plastiques body work followed by a slow walk through the neighborhood. (image credit: Francois Deschamps)
35 System Drawing session at Dimora Oz, Palermo, Italy, November 19, 2016 The session was scheduled to coincide with the solo exhibition entitled Systems: Studies at Dimora Oz. System Drawing session at the Samuel Dorsky Museum in New Paltz, NY, working with images from the concurrent faculty exhibition installation entitled Intimately Unfamiliar, March 2017
36 System Drawing at Society for Photographic Education Conference, Orlando, FL, March 2017 Heeding Impulse, a project hosted by CHRCH Project Space with collaborative contributions by Michael Asbill An exploration of life force in relation to consciousness through a series of experiential site specific System Drawing sessions, Summer Funded through a project grant by Arts MidHudson.
37 left: Heeding Impulse: Sensory Ecology, Sky Lake Retreat Center, May 2017 right: Heeding Impulse: Germination Explorations, Hudson Valley Seed Company Farm, August 2017 (image credit: Alyssa Scharf) Heeding Impulse: Common Wealth, CHRCH Project Space, September 2017 In this session, we used carbonized wood and weeds from the Hudson Valley Seed Company Farm prepared by Michael Asbill and other edibles as our engagement tools.
38 Curator: Sheila Goloborotko, Assistant Professor of Printmaking Galleries Coordinator: Jim Draper, UNF Gallery Assistant: Laura Schwenn, UNF International Studies Program Director: Clayton McCarl, Associate Professor of Spanish Coordinator, Environmental Center: James W. Taylor Artist: Andrea Frank, Assistant Professor, Head of Photography Program, SUNY New Paltz, NY
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