BARBARA KASTEN | DOUBLE NEGATIVE 6
By Women For Tomorrow's Women: A Benefit Auction For Miss Porter's School
DOUBLE NEGATIVE 6
signed, titled, dated 2012/2016 and numbered 1/3 on the reverse
gelatin silver print
Sheet: 24¼ by 19¼ in. (61.6 by 49 cm.)
Framed: 24⅝ by 19⅝ in. (62.5 by 50 cm.)
Executed in 2012-16, this work is number 1 from an edition of 3.
This work is in excellent condition overall. The sheet is affixed on the reverse to the backing board. Framed under Plexiglas.
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Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2016
Barbara Kasten makes photographs and video projections in her studio that evoke an experience of movement through modernist architecture. Kasten deftly plays with viewer’s perceptions of spatial dimensions, simultaneously challenging her audience to differentiate between surface, shape and shadow.