Inventory Tags Sewn into Pigmented Inkjet Print
18″x 72″x 12″ Tableau
A handful of famous photographers have attempted to bury, burn or otherwise hide their negatives. To hide/escape from history. Several of these photographers never lived to see their negatives resurface to much historic fanfare and acclaim. The negatives presented in Losing The Collection have survived underground only to resurface later- many of which went on to serve a great purpose when recovered.
Origins. Janice Charach Gallery. West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Contemporary Views in Photography. Atom Art Gallery, Ferndale, Michigan.
Hatchback 12. Hatch Art, Hamtramck, Michigan.
Local Perspectives, Global Reach. Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, North America, Inc. Redford, Michigan.
Biannual All Media Exhibition 2014. Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, Michigan. Juried by Timothy van Laar, Professor and Chairman of Fine Arts at the College for Creative Studies.
NEWSPACE 2013 Juried Exhibition. Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, Oregon. Juried by Sarah Stolfa, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center.
Collaborate, Connect, Reconnect. Marygrove College, Detroit, Michigan. Invited by James Lutomski, Associate Professor of Art/Gallery Director of Marygrove College.
Straight Trippin’. Altered Esthetics. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Sum of Parts. Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography. Detroit, Michigan.
Making Sense of What We Have. Two-Person Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Photography Challenging Objectivity. The Woven Tale Press. Article by Richard Malinsky, Arts Editor. January 29. Online.
Member Portfolios. Society for Photographic Education Website. Online.
Scarab Club Annual Publication. Scarab Club. Print. p. 102
Book of Alternative Photographic Processes. Third Edition. James, Christopher. Image of Working Harder to Reclaim That Context and Losing the Collection. Delmar Cengage, New York, New York. Print. p. 465, 790
Levure Litteraire. Accueil: Numéro 10, November 2014. Online.
Local Perspectives, Global Reach. 2014-2015 Art Exhibition Catalog. Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc. Print. p. 23, 24
INSIGHT 7 Magazine. Photomedia Center- Contemporary Imagemakers 2013. Print. p. 12-17
Sarah Nesbitt: Making Sense of What We Have. Photomedia Center, Contemporary Imagemakers Program. In the running for Photomedia Center’s micro-grant, in addition to a series of publications brought forth by the Photomedia Center. Online.
Sum of Parts at DCCP. ArtHopper.com Exhibition Review by Ron Scott. Online
Reframing Photography Theory and Practice. Resources: Artists: Sarah Nesbitt. Website by Rebekah Modrak and Bill Anthes. Online.