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Sulfur Studios showcase their artists-in-residence from 2021

Sulfur Studios is delighted to present ON::View Revue, the once-a-year exhibition showcasing the prior year’s ON::View Artists-in-Residence.

Following a almost 12 months-extensive pause due to COVID, the ON::View Residency System returned in June 2021, and hosted 5 Artists-in-Home: Bridget Conn, Kimberly Riner, Kellie Martin, Sinead Hornak, and Rebecca Braziel.

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By media ranging from fibers to painting, ceramics to images, these five artists challenged the community to contemplate grief, inclusivity, impermanence, memory, interactions, and a lot more. Featuring work established throughout just about every artist’s residency and afterward, this exhibition surveys their modern explorations and presents them in conversation with just one a different.

Bridget Conn

Bridget Conn is a photographic artist and educator residing in Savannah. Her work explores penned language, communication, and the prospective of pictures as a actual physical and chemical medium as a result of the creation of chemigrams. Conn has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States, and been featured in publications these kinds of as Lenscratch, The Hand Journal, Analog Permanently Magazine, and Aeonian Journal. She is the Founder and previous director of The Asheville Darkroom in Asheville, N.C., and is now an Assistant Professor of Art in Photography at Ga Southern College.

'Teake' by Bridget Conn

In her ON::Look at Residency task Deep Breath, Conn welcomed subjects to sit for a conversation about how the pandemic has influenced their perceptions of individuals, our society, our region, when she photographed them with lengthened digital camera exposures to visually doc the time physically used collectively. The resulting chemigrams had been driven by the artist’s want to get back consolation and rely on with many others by portraiture and dialogue.