REILLUMINATE    archival pigment prints on rag paper, from film negative. dimensions variable, 2014-ongoing.    Most of our relationships with plants are during the day, during the magic of photosynthesis, a time when we can admire the visible beauty of nature lit up brightly by the sunlight. I walk around at night and gather plants and flowers with controlled lighting, illuminating the darkened garden that has receded since the sun has gone down. This process brings attention to the temporal light of the day, having much in common with the temporal existence of plants and flowers- their constantly changing shape and form calls attention to their short-lived life span.
       
     
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bunch_final.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_04.jpg
       
     
watkins_blur.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_07.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_1_final_final.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_08.jpg
       
     
       
     
Watkins_Allison_05.jpg
       
     
       
     
Watkins_Allison_09.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_trumpet_flowers_20.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_oxbow_river_flowers.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_sanjose.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_whiteballflower.jpg
       
     
       
     
  REILLUMINATE    archival pigment prints on rag paper, from film negative. dimensions variable, 2014-ongoing.    Most of our relationships with plants are during the day, during the magic of photosynthesis, a time when we can admire the visible beauty of nature lit up brightly by the sunlight. I walk around at night and gather plants and flowers with controlled lighting, illuminating the darkened garden that has receded since the sun has gone down. This process brings attention to the temporal light of the day, having much in common with the temporal existence of plants and flowers- their constantly changing shape and form calls attention to their short-lived life span.
       
     

REILLUMINATE

archival pigment prints on rag paper, from film negative. dimensions variable, 2014-ongoing.

Most of our relationships with plants are during the day, during the magic of photosynthesis, a time when we can admire the visible beauty of nature lit up brightly by the sunlight. I walk around at night and gather plants and flowers with controlled lighting, illuminating the darkened garden that has receded since the sun has gone down. This process brings attention to the temporal light of the day, having much in common with the temporal existence of plants and flowers- their constantly changing shape and form calls attention to their short-lived life span.

starflowers_final.jpg
       
     
       
     
Watkins_Allison_03.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_10.jpg
       
     
bunch_final.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_04.jpg
       
     
watkins_blur.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_07.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_1_final_final.jpg
       
     
Watkins_Allison_08.jpg
       
     
       
     
Watkins_Allison_05.jpg
       
     
       
     
Watkins_Allison_09.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_trumpet_flowers_20.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_oxbow_river_flowers.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_sanjose.jpg
       
     
reilluminate_whiteballflower.jpg