Gallery 2
ways to feel unless I’ve done
Kathryne Honey

Kathryne Genevieve Honey combines disparate imagery and materials to create eclectic photographic based works. Taking inspiration from subjects as varied as time, history, anthropology, religion and the banality of everyday life, Honey plays with the notion and history of photography through visual distortion and modes of image reproduction. Resembling fossils swallowed by earth, her sculptures endlessly register the passing of time represented in a state of forced stagnation. Honey’s works create a disarming effect—one that belies a quiet and contemplative aesthetic.

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