Catherine Yass

Catherine Yass

Yass approaches the camera in a way that is not necessarily based on human seeing, but rather on a different kind of vision, which Deleuze calls ‘gaseous perception’ : ‘the pure vision of a non-human eye, of a eye that would be in things’ – Michael Newman

Her process inverts the sun into a deep blue-black blind spot, turning the image inside out into an internal landscape, a poetically altered reflection of reality.

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