2015 Festival Guide

Hastings Huggins
© Hastings Huggins
Collective One Gallery
Featuring work by: Hastings Huggins

Artist's Reception Oct 2, 7 - 10pm

Transcendent, a series of Final Works, are reflective, personal inventories of the past. They are re-experienced feelings of adolescent loss and trauma that were truths, once upon a time. Ironic discoveries, borne out of a sequential process make many of these works function as triggers. Triggers, as British science historian as alluded, that can change past perceptions and act as a stimulus for "new truths."

The build process for the Final Works is a sequential one. It begins with the creation of the chemograph, which, through a ballet of light exposure and chemical development, is allowed to mature. Particular chemographs are singled out and scanned at high resolutions to produce an archival document, which can then be optimized for further scrutiny, exploration and closer inspection. It is through the mining of these documents, using post-processing tools that the documents are decoded and become Final Works. Transcendent in their affect, many have become portals and at times harbors, which grant sputtering connections to the unconscious and to some of the most displaced memories.

Exhibition Oct 2 - Nov 6

Artist's Talk Oct 10, 11am - 1pm

Collective One Gallery
760 10th Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 - Google Maps
(678) 218-3740
Tue-Fri: 11am-5pm
ACP Listing #: 64

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