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Dreams are the fogged glow of the subconscious. They can be shard memories, blurred scenes of fragmented life experiences. Personal and shared stories intersect and merge. The line between the truth and fictitiousness is ambiguous. In this illusory installation, the rational and the fanciful unite.
Panopticon Gallery is proud to present Processes and Dreams, a group exhibition that blends together photographs that are ethereal in nature. The images are a culmination of their maker's imaginations, collective, childhood and universal memories, metaphors, artifacts, rituals and personal experiences. Look closely because people and things are not always as they seem.
This exhibition will be on display from January 12 - February 28, 2012 and will feature photographs by Jennifer Hudson, Ken Rosenthal, Michael Donnor, Tami Bone, Bryan David Griffith, Rachel Phillips, Curtis Werhfritz and Emmanuelle Germain.
Liz Deschenes’ work is invested in photography, particularly in cultivating a self-reflexive dialogue as well as a relationship between the third dimension in both sculpture and architecture.
Liz Deschenes received her BFA, in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design. She has been exhibiting internationally for over fifteen years, and in the last year, she has had three solo exhibitions, and a one-person presentation at Art Unlimited at Art Basel, in Switzerland. Her photographs were also recently included in the inaugural exhibition of The Modern Wing, The Art Institute of Chicago, Photography on Photography: Reflections on the Medium since 1960, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Color Chart, at The Museum of Modern Art. Her work is in the permanent collections of several museums including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Walker Art Center, and The CCS Bard, Hessel Museum. Her work is represented by Miguel Abreu Gallery New York, and Sutton Lane, London, and Paris.