Oil on canvass, 16″ x 20″; first in the series “Pride”
Tracing the history of the colour calibration card through many lenses, I effectively remove all colours, save one.
This film uses images from a found 1957 Photographer’s Almanac to address the changing terminologies of lens-based practice.
Long Form Photography: A Photo That Lives: Window on Solitude
Installation piece that explores the experience of a mediated and isolated reality.
Moving light and shadows in a rhythmic manner are the essence of these works.
The Bed Series aims to open up dialogues relating to contemporary identity crafting, relationships to otherness, queer and transgressive experiences, and a shifting feminine aesthetic.
Where the sun rises and sets: the parking lot, the pinnacle of loose space. The symbolism of the line delineates the infinite and declaration of territory.
A disposable napkin made for public consumption embossed with a super absorbent quote declaring the napkins’ invisibility; rendering all invisible, visible.
Through the use of intimate scale and unconventional, innovative materials Logan Brody engages with the history of, and long held traditions within, the scope of figurative sculpture.