Monday, July 4, 2022

Larry Wolf, Pavement Calligraphy, 2021

Larry Wolf photographed these worn and disintegrating road markers at Clark and Lawrence in Chicago, and this observation & documentation of something in his everyday life, makes for a succinct little accordion. 

Wolf writes about his work saying, "I seek creative dissonance and celebrate the richness of life. Photography is a gateway to being present, grounding awareness in direct perception. Holding the camera shifts me to a visual mode, fully in my body, in the world, here and now. This is a meditative practice, a non-verbal experience of ordinary moments that connects hands, eyes, heart and mind. My pronouns are he/him/his. "Make good trouble," John Lewis.

For more of Wolf's works see: Impulse to Action: My 2021 Zine Making Journey

6 pages double-sided, size 2.75" x 2.75", and when unfolded 1ft 4.5".


image by Larry Wolf


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