Saranac Art Projects presents Josh Hobson,’s newest body of photographic work “Nocturnes” and Posie Kalin’s mutilmedia exhibit, “I am Who I am Becoming.” The exhibition Opening Reception is on Friday September 8th from 4:00 – 8:00, and runs through September 30th. Saranac Art Projects is a co-operative gallery. Our hours are Friday and Saturday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Josh Hobson: As a lens-based artist I am deeply interested with the fluidity of photography– constantly redefining itself and problematizing its status as a fixed medium. Through a broad practice that embraces the studio, still life, re-photography, material experimentation, abstraction and non-representation, I aim to challenge and expand upon the primary tenets of the medium: originality, faithfulness, reproduction and indexicality. My current work sits at the crossroads of photography, sculpture and installation and is grounded in material culture, the history of abstraction and an alternative history of lens-based media.
Posie Kalin (she/her) is an artist, musician and arts educator. She received her MFA from Portland State University 2008. Her artwork explores a broad spectrum of mediums including film, music, photography, choreography, installation, painting and sculpture. Kalin’s methodologies, within her art practice, takes liberty with the aleatoric process bringing her closer to a kind of alchemical journey which is embedded in the artworks themselves.