EOH Galleries Open New Exhibits For The New Year
Published: January 8th, 2010

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens two new exhibits: Lynn Cazabon’s  “The Archive’s Shadow” in the West Gallery and Rachel Abrams’ “Biological Accumulations” in the East Gallery on Saturday, Jan. 9 from noon-3 p.m. with refreshments and a chance to hear more about the work from the artists. 

Lynn Cazabon’s “The Archive’s Shadow” is a collection of recent pigment ink jet prints from Discard (2001 - present), an ongoing body of work consisting of several discrete series of images featuring movie films discarded by public institutions (libraries, schools, archives).  Harking back to the 19th century practice of postmortem photography, each print serves as a kind of memento mori to the recently obsolete medium of film.In its totality, Discard is a kind of shadow archive, reflecting that which has been omitted from institutional archives.

Lynn Cazabon is an Associate Professor of Art in the Department of Visual Art at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland.  She has shown her work in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Houston, Kansas City and Chicago.

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