For exhibition 45 we are pleased to be showing in the front gallery recent photographic works by Chapel Hill, North Carolina based artist Tama Hochbaum, a subset of her ongoing Silver Screen series dealing with dance. For some time Hochbaum has been capturing televised content with her iPhone, in particular films from the 1940s, organizing her shots into grids and printing the digital files onto aluminum. The series, which began as an homage to her late mother, has evolved into an exploration of generationally stacked technologies for delivering media, their correlation with personal memory, and in juxtaposition, the accumulation of shared cultural references. The exhibition corresponds with the release of Hochbaum's new book, Silver Screen, published by Daylight Books. This is Hochbaum's fifth solo with the gallery.