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Julianna Foster
May 6 - 29, 2011

From Morning On

Foster’s new series of photographs, Kirkwood, depict fantastic scenarios that occur in everyday settings. Unlike much of her past work, the human figure is absent in these images. But traces of its existence can be found in the vacant domestic architecture and in the events that take place within it. Tapping into the tradition of magical realism, Foster depicts the “unreal” in an utterly realistic manner. Foster began exploring these ideas in a previous series of work, , which took its inspiration from the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky and was exhibited at Vox Populi in 2009.