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Andrea Galluzzo
Beyond The Photograph
Thursday, March 1st, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

Photographer Andrea Galluzzo began experimenting with the digital darkroom four years ago after working extensively with medium and large format cameras. The knowledge and experience she gained from chemical printing continues to influence the quality and craft of her current work. She attempts to push the boundaries of the photographic medium by taking a complex approach to her own images; building on the foundation of her photographs, she enhances them with illustration and iconic symbols in order to uncover their full story.

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Galluzzo will share images from the series ”Know Myself In All My Parts,” which is the culmination of two and a half years of work. In addition to detailing the technical process used to create the images, she will also share the inspiration for the series: her own experience of uncovering the beauty and wisdom present in pain and struggle. She will discuss the artistic challenge of remaking her personal experience of transformative self-discovery.

Her work has been published in Black & White Magazine, selected as the recipient of an Ultimate Eye Foundation grant and exhibited in group and solo shows at Lightbox Gallery, the Spiva Arts Centers and Cameraworks Gallery.

Galluzzo currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

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