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The way in which her forebears recorded the Canadian landscape has been definitive for how Aislinn Leggett sees nature in her country. Using landscape photography from the beginning of the 20th century, as well as photos from her own family archive, Leggett composed scenes that give her the opportunity to resurrect the past within the landscape. ENTER THE GREAT WIDE OPEN lays bare elements of the Canadian identity that are still of importance a hundred years later.
Aislinn Leggett (Canada, 1981) received her Bachelors in Photography at Concordia University in Montreal in 2012. In her work she investigates memories and identity, on the basis of objects and archives. She was included in the book Front Line: Interviews with International Contemporary Photo-base Artists, and has shown her work at at Les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Gaspésie, Canada, and at other venues.
Price EUR 15,00