Wanda Oliver


When working IRL with light, chemistry, and photosensitive paper, I work intuitively. In a dance with forces that operate within their own complex interactions, I watch and react, making split-second decisions and moving quickly to exaggerate or retard what I see happening. I am the conductor of a somewhat unruly orchestra. It occurs to me that experimental photography is a very generative process - it just isn’t centered in code and its variability is driven by physics rather than math. Perhaps it is no wonder that I am drawn to both genArt and the fringes of photographic practice.

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