Of Landscape and Light brings together the landscape photographs from several bodies of work by Toronto artist Sara Angelucci. The artist explores place, time and light in photography both technically and in association with meaning and memory. Angelucci has mastered the technique of leaking light into the camera to make highly aesthetic and evocative images, spreading colour across the surface, or shooting light dramatically through the picture plane. The affect is one in which the formalities of technological precision are disrupted by the chaotic elements of lived experience and the layering of memory over objective representation.
Curator: Karen Henry
Sara Angelucci is a photographer and video artist. She received a Bachelor of Arts (1987) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (1993) both from the University of Guelph. She went on to earn a Master of Fine Art from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (1997). Her photographic work has been exhibited widely in Eastern Canada and her video works have been screened across Canada and included in festivals in Europe and Hong Kong since 1996. This is her first solo exhibition in Western Canada.