B. Ingrid Olson: Forehead and Brain
Within the confines of her studio, B. Ingrid Olson (American, born 1987) records her body as it shifts and relates to the surroundings and the camera lens, while simultaneously exploring performativity, the passing of time, and what she refers to as "the power dynamics of seeing versus being seen." To this end, her photographs often contain blurred or fragmented imagery, which Olson achieves by doubling, masking, or distorting her own likeness through the use of mirrors and the manipulation of light sources. The results of this dynamic process are multidimensional objects that capture the world as seen through the eyes of an artist.
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