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Exhibition Detail
Imagined Family Heirlooms
2635 Colquitt St
Houston, TX 77098


March 26th, 2011 - April 23rd, 2011
Opening: 
March 26th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
The Baking Pan Series, Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley, The Baking Pan Series,
2000, 2011, Liquid Emulsion Images on found metal, 15x10 feet
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
Jeremy, Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley, Jeremy,
2010, Wet Plate Collodion Tintype, 8x10"
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
Deconstructed Quilt Pieces #1, Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley,
Deconstructed Quilt Pieces #1,
2011, Collage made from found cloth fragments and tintype, 9x12"
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
Marie, Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley, Marie,
2009, Wet Plate Collodion Tintype, 6x8" Framed
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
Square Hankerchief, Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley, Square Hankerchief,
2010, Cyanotype Photograpm Print on Paper, 10x10"
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
John W., Keliy Anderson-StaleyKeliy Anderson-Staley, John W.,
2010, Wet Plate Collodion Tintype, 12x14 framed
© Keliy Anderson-Staley
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wet plate collodion tintypes photography installation, cyanotypes, photograms, textiles, poet-modern
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Free
> DESCRIPTION

Imagined Family Heirlooms harkens back to the rootless nature of the American identity, with many individuals unable to place family histories back more than one or two generations. This series of installations, comprised of both found and newly-made objects alike, suggests those photographs and sentimental objects one might have collected over the years. Domesticity in a wide range of connotations plays a central part in her works, as is evident in the use of rusted baking pans as a unifying visual motif.


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