In this new body of black and white photography, Seyler explores the interaction between human form and Mother Nature, just as she did in her 2001 photo installations (grass + dreams)². In (grass + dreams)², Seyler played with the connection between animate grass and human beings by combining the two in performance and photographs. In Stillness, she emphasizes the distinction between people and nature by placing a white figure or white cloth within the black volcanic landscape of Iceland. The black and white medium highlights this contrast, presenting a wide view in which stark landscape dominates. A manually bound catalogue with reproductions of the entire series and text in English, French and German accompanies the exhibition ...

SOHO20 Gallery, New York
Stillness Stillness Stillness Stillness
 
Stillness Stillness Stillness Stillness
Silver gelatine print. sizes 16 x24, 24x35, 47x67 inches, edition of 5
2003 SOHO20 Gallery, New York; Apicella-B Gallery, Cologne;
Wolfgang Exner Gallery, Vienna;
2002 Man Gallery, Reykjavik