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Show someone a photo of a mountain or glade, or a painting of a mountain or glade, chances are it'll provoke one of two responses.Inspired by the technical shortcomings of early landscape photography, this body of work comes from the rigorous application of figuration to mechanically reproduced images.The landscapes in "Slow Light" are shown in several media.These exacting miniatures document an intermediate step in the process of moving the image from photograph to canvas.The touchstone for Genadry's recent practice is the landscape work of 19th century photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1930-1904), particularly his photos of Yosemite Valley's Mirror Lake.The canvases on the back wall of the main gallery are her interpretations of two photographic sources – Muybridge's photos and found Google Images shots of the same sites. Daniele Genadry's "Slow Light" is up at BAC through Oct. 7 .
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