Alyson Belcher: Pinhole Camera Self-Portrait (#38D)
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Signed and editioned on print verso. Alyson Belcher describes her pinhole self-portraits as "an exploration of the nature of each movement and where it originates internally". The long exposures required in pinhole photography allow the subject time to fully experience each moment and explore the space through slow movement, and enables something to arise that might never be revealed by modern photographic technology. Pinhole cameras have no lens to interfere with the light as it travels from the subject to the film, thus creating a direct process of image-making.
Keywords: female nude figurative woman abstraction movement dance ACQ SSAL
Robert Tat Gallery
San Francisco, California
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