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Letha Wilson

Black Lava Concrete Bend , 2014

Unique C-prints, concrete transfer, concrete, aluminum frame
24 1/2 × 28 1/2 × 1 1/2 in
62.23 × 72.39 × 3.81 cm
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Milan
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About the work
Letha Wilson
American, b. 1976
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Turning flat images into sculptural objects, Letha Wilson’s photographs in relief and site-specific installations draw attention to the relationship between architecture and nature. Shots of American landscapes—reddish canyons, the ocean, lush vegetation—are cut and folded like an accordion into wall-hung pieces whose cavities and slashes possess the physicality of Gordon Matta-Clark’s or Lucio Fontana’s interventions. With layers of concrete or bases of cement, Wilson’s works are a manmade contrast to the natural subjects of her prints, while their final textures also refer back to natural terrains.

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About the work
Letha Wilson
American, b. 1976
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Turning flat images into sculptural objects, Letha Wilson’s photographs in relief and site-specific installations draw attention to the relationship between architecture and nature. Shots of American landscapes—reddish canyons, the ocean, lush vegetation—are cut and folded like an accordion into wall-hung pieces whose cavities and slashes possess the physicality of Gordon Matta-Clark’s or Lucio Fontana’s interventions. With layers of concrete or bases of cement, Wilson’s works are a manmade contrast to the natural subjects of her prints, while their final textures also refer back to natural terrains.

Letha Wilson

Black Lava Concrete Bend , 2014

Unique C-prints, concrete transfer, concrete, aluminum frame
24 1/2 × 28 1/2 × 1 1/2 in
62.23 × 72.39 × 3.81 cm
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location
Milan
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