Collage 9, 2007

Gelatin silver print.

26.7 x 45.7 cm.

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Roberston asks herself, "who said a print had to meekly accept being confined to a frame? Why can’t it ripple along a floor, up a wall and across a ceiling? Why does photographic paper have to be cut here and not there, especially if the rough edges turned out to be the best part?". Attracted by historical photography processess and by accidents in the dark room, her works are far from being representational, being closer to abstractions of the human form.

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Mariah Robertson (US, 1975) is a Brooklyn-based artist notable for producing incredibly unique photographs and art prints. How thee signature, dysmorphic patinas that flow through her portfolio of original artwork are achieved would depend on the piece in question: her work titled 62 (2010), an otherworldly scan of wholly unfamiliar content, was made using unique color print on metallic paper; Nude with Afghani Export Rug (2007) features a highly stylized, deeply contrasted black-and-white effect achieved using silver gelatin print. A passionate experimenter by nature, Robertson's aesthetics can be extremely disarming.

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