Paul Levack presented a solo exhibition at Baltimore’s First Continent, which opened March 4 and ran to April 15, 2017.
The exhibition presents a series of photographs, which originate from 35mm slides that are digitally scanned, editing and printed. Exploring the “idea of prosumer technology as a force of liberation,” his work often plays process, materiality and composition in subtle ways; yellow lines connect the first few photographs: a rope in the first, a rain gutter in the second, a patch of flowers in the fourth.
Levack’s practice is often concerned with vertical orientation and welcomes misinterpretation.**