Jessica SklovenImprint, #1
Courtesy of the artist & Togonon Gallery
This piece is part of Sklovens larger series of photographs, Chronicles of a Place Unknown.
This body of work was borne out of her trip to Iceland in Summer 2008, where the sun never really dips below the horizon, illuminating the harsh and barren, yet completely active, landscape 24 hours a day. Sklovens photographs highlight the active geology of Iceland, a case study in natural elements. Many of the countrys rivers and streams are filled with glacier melt, the direct result of fiery volcanic activity under massive sheets of ice.EcoArchive: Meditations on Time and Nature
November 3, 2010 January 22, 2011Intersection for the Arts
San Francisco, CA
Photo credit: Scott Chernis