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Katie Burdon

Mirror in Me

Limited Edition Photograph
$ 250.00

  • 16 x 14 inches | Edition of 20
  • 24 x 21 inches | Edition of 10
  • 40 x 35 inches | Edition of 7
  • 60 x 52 inches | Edition of 5
  • Unframed
  • Black
  • White
  • Natural
  • N/A
  • Matted
  • Full Bleed

DESCRIPTION

Archival ink on museum-quality cotton rag paper | 2022

Hand In, the new series of archival prints from Katie Burdon, is at once cohesive and diverse. It is also absolutely inimitable and unique. Across the entire series, the focus is on Burdon’s time spent in the darkroom, and the patience needed for its spontaneous nature and ephemerality. Then, the series is divided into two halves: one half in black and white, and one half in color. The images shot on black and white film focus on subtle surrealism in compositions — mirrors in water, for example, and the sun’s reflection. For the second half of the series, Burdon shot those same images, on the same piece of land, but this time in color. Inspired by the mirroring she saw in nature, she was committed to replicating that effect in the darkroom, placing prints on top of one another and playfully creating double exposures that hearken back to the initial water reflections she saw in this location.The result is a series of visual poems that speak to both the ineffable beauty of nature and determination of the creative spirit.

DIMENSIONS

16 x 14 inches

24 x 21 inches

40 x 35 inches

60 x 52 inches

FRAMED DIMENSIONS

16 x 14 inches

Matted: 23.5 x 21.5 x 2 inches

Full Bleed: 17.5 x 15.5 x 1.5 inches

24 x 21 inches

Matted: 31.5 x 28.5 x 2 inches

Full Bleed: 25.5 x 22.5 x 2 inches

40 x 35 inches

Matted: 48 x 43 x 2 inches

Full Bleed: 42 x 37 x 2 inches

60 x 52 inches

Full Bleed: 62 x 54 x 2 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

About
Katie Burdon

Featured in Vogue Italia and British Journal of Photography Burdon's portrature and studies of the human form showcase her unique gaze and perspective. During the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, Burdon focused on working with models who were also couples as both a measure of safety and a study of intimacy in isolation.