A Series by Margaret Kristensen
Many images and their negatives disappear as time passes. A few get discreetly tucked away in boxes, and with any luck, reappear 60 years later. During the past year I have been collecting these emerging negatives and using them in my work. It seemed unfortunate that many of the characters depicted from days past would forever remain unseen. With this series, I aim to share some of them with a greater audience.
This exhibition will be on display from March 7th through the 30th.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 7th – 5:30 to 8:30pm – The artist will be in attendance. Refreshments available.
Margaret Kristensen, originally from Sharon, VT, is a recent graduate of Smith College where she majored in French Studies as well as Photography. Following her time at Smith, Margaret relocated to NYC where she attended the summer intensive photography program at Columbia University and was a teacher’s assistant to Yola Monakhov at the International Center for Photography. Margaret is currently living in Brattleboro, VT. and continues to assistant teach photography at both Smith College in Northampton, MA. and the InSight Photography Project in Brattleboro.