from a dark garden—
February 1 - March 9
Combining both paper and glass, wall and table display, this exhibition at the SNAP Gallery brings together two recent series of printworks by David Scott Armstrong which come out of a practice of looking. Looking is what we do when we are drawn to what is— our desire to be with. Working with direct cameraless photography, digital and photo-based printmaking processes these works begin simply enough in a darkroom and are generated through degrees of intentional and uncontrolled exposures. The unforeseeable results are part of the delight. They proceed further through a series of discreet translations to become printed. Light becomes ink.