SKYDIVE is pleased to announce a hand’s width, a solo exhibition by Anderson Wrangle as part of the 2012 Fotofest Biennial. In a hand’s width, Wrangle’s new photographs create a wave, an interruption in our own expectations. Wrangle states about his recent work, “Weight, tension, and balance play a large part in these photographs. Work, the direct connection between the mind, the hand and the object, is a significant metaphor.”
Additionally, Wrangle will exhibit documentation of his sixteen-mile journey of a section of Buffalo Bayou in a canoe that he himself built. These pieces further address Wrangle’s explorations into being within – and the rendering of – the landscape.
Wrangle received a 2010 Clemson University Research Grant for his photographic survey of the Savannah River Watershed, and he was a finalist for the 2011 Clarence John Laughlin Award. He has exhibited at the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, FotoFest, Lawndale Art Center, and Rudolph Projects/Artscan Gallery.
Participating in the FotoFest 2012 Biennial