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Diffusions #1 Rose Marasco: Projections at OSMOS

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 7/3/24 | 7/3/24

STAMFORD — OSMOS Diffusions is a new series of intimate, short-run exhibitions and programs, taking place in the project space at OSMOS Station in Stamford, New York, in the Western Catskills.

The first iteration of Diffusions features four works from Rose Marasco’s photographic series Projections, created by rephotographing interiors of her house in Portland, Maine in which the walls have been covered with projected imagery culled from media sources -- advertisements, newspapers, art books, and personal snapshots.

This work comes out of several years of intense consideration and research into the history of the artist’s historic home, built, coincidentally, in 1838, the same year the medium photography was invented. By conflating her house and her chosen medium into a layered biography of sorts, Marasco developed a metaphorical vernacular where narrative, document, fiction, and process overlap.

As the artist has remarked: “Sometimes the motivation to make an image comes from my past and sometimes from my present. I do not think about this, nor question it. I’ve learned to trust this process—the creative process.“

The artist will be present to introduce us to her work in person.

For further inquiries: Cay Sophie Rabinowitz:

OSMOS Station

20 Railroad Avenue

Stamford NY 13740

On view until June 23, 2024

Public hours: Thursday - Saturday, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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