Closing Reception Saturday April 9th 5-8pm
is pleased to present Harmony, large-scale color photographs
by Jeff Seltzer that reveal the effect of human occupation within the
landscape of contemporary environments. Seltzer's images call to mind
the “New Topographic” photography movement, pictures
made to document a time and a place, static treatments of our everyday
modern urban landscape in the vein of Lewis Baltz, Robert Adams and Henry
formal education is more about science - statistics, experimental design,
and rhetorical theory. With statistical analysis, the goal is to sift
through numbers and create a story true to the data – a story that
can be understood and appreciated by a more general audience. In a similar
way, I look through my camera’s viewfinder in attempt to reconcile
the everyday “data” that surrounds us.
Seltzer is based in Los Angeles and was educated at San Diego State University,
receiving a BA and an MA in Rhetorical Theory.