Photographing with a Hasselblad, Sedgwick traversed lands from Utah to Cambodia to capture private, domestic spaces: rustic kitchens, stark monastery rooms, and primitive bathing facilities. These prints, some from film and some from digital files, depict the hardships and pleasures of domestic lives all over the world. Her formal compositions invoke ideas of the individuals who inhabited these environments, and invite us to visualize ourselves living, cooking, and sleeping there.
Functional Spaces will run through November 29, 2016. The artists’ reception and viewings afterwards are free to the public, although viewings are by appointment only. Please contact us at 508.755.5142 or info “at” artsworcester.org to arrange for an appointment.
Pictured above: Shaker Kitchen, silver gelatin print, 16″ x 20″
November 29, 2016 through March 1, 2017
Artist’s Reception on January 12, 2017
March 1 through June 28, 2017
Beauty and the Edge
June 29 through October 30, 2017