New York City, NY
In this museum exhibition, Willa Nasatir (American, born 1990) presents evocative new photographs that capture her unique approach to staging, photographing, and rephotographing elaborate sculptural landscapes of her own creation. To make these works, Nasatir first assembles objects both common and unusual: copper tubing, a pair of broken eyeglasses, a motorcycle helmet, a child’s chair, a rubber snake. In the space between her constructions and camera she then props mirrors, bends Mylar, and deploys scrims of extruded Plexiglas.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.