Transcending the limitations of the photographic medium, John Singletary
creates multi-disciplinary installation experiences. Photographs are
animated through synchronized state-of-the-art organic LED panels, which
serve as large format electronic canvases. Included in the exhibition is
Anahata, an immersive experience that explores human relationships and
their connection to the divine. Using an open-spectrum camera in a
purpose-built, UV light studio, choreographed movements by dancers were
captured to produce dream-like images steeped in archetypal symbolism,
mythology and mysticism.
John Singletary is a photographer and multimedia artist based in
Philadelphia, PA. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from
The University of the Arts. His work has been collected by the Philadelphia
Museum of Art and The Center for Fine Art Photography, and he has exhibited
at The State Museum of Pennsylvania, LGTripp Gallery, James Oliver Gallery,
Sol Mednick Gallery and The Delaware Contemporary.
Gallery talk and reception, Thursday, February 9, 5 p.m.
Closed March 5 – 12.