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Madeleine Soloway

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Rochester, NY

Lives in
Decatur, Georgia, US

Works in
Atlanta, Georgia, US


Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, MFA
Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA, BFA

photography, landscape, mixed-media



The prints and photographs reflect my long-standing interest in both formalism and minimalism. A question Plato posed in his “Theory of Form” underscores my work: How can the world appear to be both permanent and changing? The world we perceive through the senses seems to be always changing. The world that we perceive through the mind, using our concepts, seems to be permanent and unchanging. Which is most real and why does it appear both ways?  Through the realm of mark and surface, these allusive, nonrepresentational compositions investigate human perception of transition and permanence. 











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