Daniele Genadry researches and photographs specific sites to address the idea of representation as both translation and construction. Genadry recreates her research and travels in washed-out screenprints and paintings, whose content is altered through gestures of erasure or obfuscation, such as series of pink bars running the length of the pictures. Through these changes, she examines the parallel between physical movement and the passing of time, and explores the potential of a picture or snapshot to generate its own temporality. “My work considers how memory, migration, and movement affect perception and examines those relationships through the translation and creation of images, in various media,” Genadry has said. She has also produced sculptural works.