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Tabitha Soren: Relief

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Tabitha Soren, and Jackson Fine Art
ART CONNECTS US ALL: Explore the intersection of three bodies of work by Tabitha Soren. Emailed Kiss Goodnight, 2016.
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Cost: Free,
CL Critic Okla Jones, III Recommends: Tabitha Soren’s solo exhibition will feature three of the artists’ most celebrated series — “Running” (2011 – 2014), “Surface Tension” (2013 – 2021), and “Relief,” an ongoing project that will be making its world premiere at Jackson Fine Art. The gallery will connect the three bodies of work in its show. In “Running,” Soren photographs figures captured in the act of arrival or flight, often in desolate urban landscapes. With “Surface Tension,” Soren shines raking light on a dirty iPad screen, capturing and reimagining the found images underneath with her 8x10 film camera. Lastly, in “Relief,” Soren manipulates beautiful landscapes and formal portraits by cutting, bending, burning, blasting, or shooting the paper they are printed on, removing the screen as interlocutor between hand and image and closing the circle that began with “Running” by similarly suggesting a future that might closely resemble the past.-OJ

From the venue:

Atlanta, August 2022. Jackson Fine Art is excited to announce its new representation of photographer Tabitha Soren with a solo exhibition of three of the artists’ most celebrated series — Running (2011 – 2014), Surface Tension (2013 – 2021), and Relief, an ongoing project that will be making its world premiere at the gallery.

A visual artist in different domains for over twenty-five years, Soren has long explored the intersection of psychology, culture, politics, and the body. A former reporter for MTV News, ABC News, and NBC News, Soren begins each new series using the methodical investigative tools she used during her time in journalism. Books, research studies, and statistics lay a necessary analytical foundation for the visual ideas she communicates. These data points then merge with her experiences growing up in a military family, spending her youth moving around the world and adjusting to the cultural differences, social structures, and visual cues that came with each relocation.

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