Rose DeSiano, ‘Topographical Apparitions #3’, 2017, Bronx Museum of the Arts

Topographical Apparitions is a series of photographic sculptures which bend and fold both geometric and cognitive space. Lenticular photographs of historic landscapes waver back and forth between images of past and present -- simultaneously obscuring and revealing. Luminous mirror and iridescent overlays create optically obscured forms, that begin take shape just out of the viewer's visual periphery -- unsteady and unreliable, challenging assumptions about our social and political histories.

About Rose DeSiano

American, b. 1979, Brooklyn, NY, United States, based in New York, NY, United States