JONATHAN LIPKIN — TRANSLUCENCE OF TIME: OCEAN
The ocean is changing, repetitive, and stable. Waves crash steadily onto the beach as the horizon stretches limitlessly before us. This work is the first chapter of a series that examines our relationship with the natural world, silence, and infinity. It explores our perception of the sea, and how vision is expressed photographically through composite photographs exhibited at monumental scale.
PRINT INFORMATION: Archival Pigment Prints | 44”x88”, Edition 3+1AP | 24”x48”, Edition: 7+2AP.
Over the past seven years, I have fashioned a conceptual and technical framework to respond the ocean - not to its outward appearance, but its emotional resonance. This work is a way to recapture the psychological space of the ocean and my deep connection to it by looking at the ocean through the translucence of time.
He holds degrees from Wesleyan University and the School of Visual Arts and maintains studios in New York City and East Hampton. His photographs have been exhibited and published internationally and are held in public and private collections. He is author of Photography Reborn (Abrams Books, 2004) and In the Realm of the Circuit (Prentice Hall, 2003). His award-winning monograph Livingston County (Conveyor Books, 2011) was selected for inclusion in the IndyBooks Library. He has lectured extensively on photography and digital media.
For additional information about Jonathan Lipkin: www.jlipkin.com