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Leah Oates

Transitory Space #23, 2012-2014

Digital pigment print
This is part of a limited edition set.
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Editions 1-10 of 10 + 0AP
$1,100
24 × 30 in
61 × 76.2 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 0AP
$1,700
30 × 40 in
76.2 × 101.6 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 0AP
$2,000
location
New York
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Leah Oates
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In her poetic depictions of transitory spaces, photographer Leah Oates captures abandoned and overlooked sites, such as trash piles and alleyways, in a poignant statement on the perpetually evolving state of human existence. Since her childhood in New England, Oates has felt a personal connection with the industrial, working class, and the undesirable areas she was surrounded by as a child. Through her process, which involves taking multiple exposures on a single negative, Oates captures the changing energy and ever-present state of flux that is often overlooked in empty spaces. She has traveled throughout the United States and to international destinations as diverse as Bejing, Finland, and Newfoundland, representing and comparing the universal beauty of the landscape and the ephemeral nature of the manmade environment.

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Leah Oates
American
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In her poetic depictions of transitory spaces, photographer Leah Oates captures abandoned and overlooked sites, such as trash piles and alleyways, in a poignant statement on the perpetually evolving state of human existence. Since her childhood in New England, Oates has felt a personal connection with the industrial, working class, and the undesirable areas she was surrounded by as a child. Through her process, which involves taking multiple exposures on a single negative, Oates captures the changing energy and ever-present state of flux that is often overlooked in empty spaces. She has traveled throughout the United States and to international destinations as diverse as Bejing, Finland, and Newfoundland, representing and comparing the universal beauty of the landscape and the ephemeral nature of the manmade environment.

Leah Oates

Transitory Space #23, 2012-2014

Digital pigment print
This is part of a limited edition set.
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Editions 1-10 of 10 + 0AP
$1,100
24 × 30 in
61 × 76.2 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 0AP
$1,700
30 × 40 in
76.2 × 101.6 cm
Editions 1-5 of 5 + 0AP
$2,000
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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