It’s an exhibition that focuses on the timeless beauty of our natural world, as seen through a whole new lens. Or more specifically, as explored though the work of four acclaimed photographers, via their highly individualized approaches to alternative photographic processes.
Beginning January 20th, Banff’s Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies presents Redesigning Paradise, a new exhibition that “addresses aspects of the natural environment by using photography as an investigative tool.” The show features work by Canadian visual artists Sarah Fuller, Dianne Bos, Penelope Stewart and Mary Anne Barkhouse, who each employ their unique photographic techniques to offer novel, thought-provoking perspectives on our foothills, mountains, and other ecosystems.
On January 19, Alberta-based artists Dianne Bos and Sarah Fuller joined Grant Stovel to give us a panoramic glimpse into this new exhibition, and the exciting ways in which Redesigning Paradise explores the interface between nature and humanity. Here is that conversation: