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Last Picture Show
© Tracey Snelling, Another Shocking Psychological Thriller, 2004 Installation with 3 channel dvd.

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Last Picture Show

Exhibition: – 6 Nov 2004

Stephen Cohen Gallery

7358 Beverly Boulevard
CA 90036 Los Angeles

Cohen Gallery

7358 Beverly Boulevard
CA 90036 Los Angeles

+1-323-9375525


www.stephencohengallery.com

Tue-Sat 11-17 +

Last Picture Show
© Tracey Snelling, Lilac chromogenic print, 38x30” 2003 also a detail of sculpture Alley, 2003 25x25x38 inches

Influenced by film, landscape, books, and architecture, Snelling's work references both popular culture and history. A photograph of an actual building can lead to a sculpture of that building which, in turn, is photographed once again. The scale of her work continually grows and shrinks, mutating and distorting each time. The psychological aspects of shelter, home, doors and windows allow her to explore many subjects on another level. The structures are made from various materials, including wood, appropriated images, luminescent wire, small lights, and metal. Some contain sound, water, or motors for movement. The structures are photographed with a large format camera; the insides of the rooms are sometimes lit with flashlights and are then blended into the outside environment using similar camera techniques to those utilized in old films, such as "The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman". Her photographs are featured in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas, de Saisset Museum in Santa Clara, California, the Microsoft Collection in Redmond, Washington and the Progressive Collection in Cleveland, Ohio.

Last Picture Show
© Tracey Snelling, Sala Diaz, 2004 30x38 inches and 16x20 inches. Also a detail of sculpture Sala Diaz, 2004, collection of Stephen Cohen. The sculpture is a loose replica of the gallery Sala Diaz in San Antonio. Inside are miniature sculptures that were in my exhibition at my life-size show there in August 2003.
Last Picture Show
© Tracey Snelling, A Little Mystery, 2004 chromogenic print, 14x30 inches. Also a detail of the sculpture from the installation Another Shocking Psychological Thriller, 2004.