Peter Funch is part of When Records Melt, an exhibition by Project Pressure premiering at Unseen Amsterdam about artists’ interpretations of the cryosphere: the part of the planet’s surface where water is frozen into solid form.
“Peter Funch uses vintage postcards as a model for his images of Washington’s Mount Baker to capture the effects of glacial recession. These effects are highlighted through his use of RGB tricolour separation, in which individual colour layers are recorded separately and then merged into a single image. Through his representation of the landscape, Funch aims to address humanity’s influence on nature.” – The Guardian
Saturday, Septemer 22, 11am – 9pm
Sunday, September 23, 11am – 5pm
Mt. Baker east portal from Ptarmigan Ridge, 2014
From the series “The Imperfect Atlas”
52.50 x 70 cm
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