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So there’s a piece of something recalled from one year, there’s a piece of something from another... It feels like it’s moving because it’s many, many images over time. Traditionally, they use tar to keep the water out, but they’d use lots of different things. Films, artists, writers, art movements, music, theater... I went to a wedding in Sweden and I sat next to a women named Neri Oxman who’s brilliant... The subject of her research work is called Mediated Matter.
That curtain is from the room where I would stay when I was shooting in Malibu during different years, different times. In terms of art, architecture, biology and engineering it’s just fascinating.
When I was on a mission to photograph trees, I thought: Why on earth am I shooting trees? I had to ask myself, Am I using medium format film? Am I using the old 35 millimeter Nikon from the 1960s that my Dad had, that he used in Malibu when we lived there? I would take anywhere from ten to fifty images and layer them together digitally. So the color work, especially: you can see the shifting of the landscape in the photograph because there are many, many photographs in one image. AH: This was the first time actually, with my work, that so much of it was done in front of a computer. Those are the stairs underneath the houses, which often with the tides can just be washed away. [both looking on computer and AH points out] and for me, if you back that up a little bit, it looks like a sheet of music. AQO: How did your exhibit in Portugal at the Cascais Cultural Centre come about? The head of this foundation was in touch with a friend of his in New York, and this was at the time I had an exhibition in New York, part of festival, I think in 2008.
that I’m moving towards an authentic way of expressing myself. Instead I’ve come here to your house, which is filled with art and plants and cups and life and music and... all of a sudden it piqued my interest as an artist. [both laughing]AH: But generally speaking, photographing people is not the work for me, it's not the story I’m trying to tell. The show in Portugal is some new work and it’s some of the older work reconsidered and presented in a different way. It was shot underneath the beach houses [in Malibu], looking out to the water. The first film in the installation I shot in real time while the other is the same footage, but in reverse. It’s this whole idea of , the memory of it, the projection of it... For me, my first memories are Malibu in the '70s, where I grew up.
AQO: You knew the difference between what this camera was able to do and what a normal... It wasn’t about capturing an age, or a time, or a mood... Those stories I find on construction sites for example, or in a forest of tangled woods and thick brush. So I felt like I had to go back to that place and kind of track that story.
Prior to that, Foster has a long relationship with Cydney Bernard, with whom she raised 2 children.
Curator / Alexandra Hedison EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS IS NOWHEREOCTOBER 7, 2016 - JANUARY 8, 2017CASCAIS CULTURAL CENTER AN INTERVIEW WITH ALEXANDRA HEDISON By Amanda Quinn Olivar West Coast Editor Alexandra Hedison is a Los Angeles based artist, actor and director who grew up in Malibu. I took advanced art, but that was painting, drawing.
And he would help me: we would sit in Photoshop and we would make these images... And there’s an image of a curtain also that you can see... I felt very lucky to have it, because it’s unusual that you see a digger right on the sand. For me, they’re not layered because the layers are in them. They must have booked the show in 2013 or something like that: years in advance.