June 28, 2007
For those of you in Chicago, I encourage you to check out a new exhibit called The Space Between at C33 Gallery. It features the work of Estonian photographer, Terttu Uibopuu. Though you wouldn’t know if from the exhibit, Terttu also teaches bookbinding to her fellow photographers. Her work will also be part of two upcoming group exhibitions (one in Chicago and one in Germany), so check out her website for more details.
THE SPACE BETWEEN
Photographs by 2006 Kodak Scholarship Recipient
June 28 â€“ July 27, 2007
Reception: Friday, June 29, 5 – 7 pm
The Space Between represents the work of Terttu Uibopuu, this yearâ€™s recipient of the Kodak Scholarship. The photographs in The Space Between depict dusty laundry rooms, dirty factories and otherwise overlooked corners of living spaces. Terttuâ€™s work combines natural and artificial light, and transforms these simple spaces into appealing and inviting environments. The appearance of abandoned objects further engages the viewer to experience places seen and passed by every day. In these disregarded settings, the viewer may reconsider the beauty in the mundane.
Image: Bicycle, 2006, Terttu Uibopuu