Sand Pine Scrub in July
Dawn Gaietto is a lens-based practitioner living and working in London. Her research is centred on examining small components of nonhuman agency, allowing for momentary lapses in preconceived notions, and exploring the impacts of nonhumans acting upon and influencing humans. She has exhibited her work internationally. Recently she has been in residence at LABVERDE in Manaus, Brazil; and recent publications include Trace: Journal for Human-Animal Studies, Espacio Fronterizo, and Time to Waste. Recent exhibitions include the installation of a functional pigeon loft within a gallery space. This intervention allowed for a potential reconfiguring of viewership – creating new formulations of sustainability – both in the art making practices and a wider practice of being-in-the-world.
Digital photography with electronic intervention via Arduino micro-controller and SHT11x sensor. Printed giclee on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag. Limited edition of 30. Each print comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
21cm x 60cm