DNJ Gallery artist, Maria Luisa Morando and her exhibition titled Aqua & White, are spotlighted on PIX Feed LA blog! This exhibition is running now through January 16, 2010, so be sure to stop by for a visit.
"... By overexposing the camera, my world becomes clutter free, enabling the viewer to experience the moment and therefore really see it, feel it and connect with it. Like memories, these images have the seemingly counter-intuitive qualities of being highly defined, yet at the same time, being impossible to get close to, no matter how much the viewer tries.
By removing the clutter, the viewer is freed up to respond to the work almost as if they can hear the image. Without the surplus detail, the other senses can come into play, making it easier to hear the waves, feel the heat of the sunlight and taste the salt air. The lack of clutter gives tranquility about the work. "
Maria Luisa Morando, Aqua I, digital c-print, 2009, 48 x 48 inches