Booth A3 : Moskowitz Bayse
Valerie Green’s work negotiates the relationship between physical and digital space, and questions our perceived distinction between the two. Her works often hone the viewers’ attention toward the point at which virtual space becomes tangible. As we continue to increasingly turn to digital technology as our primary conduit for commerce, socialization, and now–more so than ever–artistic dialogue, our screens become both a practical link to the physical world and a reminder of our shared distance from it. Seen in person, Green’s images depict, without anxiousness, the gradual encroachment of digital strategies through analog processes; seen online, the work assumes new meaning–its loving, probing edge is reconsidered as the computer screen, not gallery lighting, activates each picture.