April 11th to May 3rd, 2015
Saturday, April 11th • 6-8pm
Delta Workshop, 2598 21st St, Sacramento, CA 95818
Kate Farrall creates bioluminescent photographs that investigate memories, mistakes, inheritance and the decline of analog photography. As she hacks into the personal narratives of strangers, she re-casts their memories to consider their how their existence still has an impact even though they are long gone. She sees a correlation between photography’s evolution with that of memory and genetics. By cultivating a bioluminescent fungus called Fox Fire, she harnesses its communicative properties as a metaphor for the ever-changing state in which we hold memories, and the way genes mutate and photographs decay.