Photographic Abstractions

Artist: 
Adam Lodzinski
Date: 
September 14, 2006 to October 7, 2006

The Toronto-based artist uses photography to explore the world of abstraction. Working from built paper constructions, which he then lights and photographs, Lodzinski focuses on the formal elements of line, form, and colour to create complex images solely through the camera. Using multiple exposures taken from two or more vantage points, the artist depicts fantastic worlds where colour, light, and movement are the main characters. Lodzinski remains loyal to the medium while exploring the idea of abstract imagery. The exhibition also reveals the complex process behind Lodzinski's work.