Gaydos’ “Unfixed” Featured in “Lenscratch”

Kottie Gaydos (Photography ’16) recent project Unfixed is an interdisciplinary examination of vulnerability, healing, and change. Gaydos creates ceramic vessels which she coats in an unfixed cyanotype solution, then juxtaposes these forms next to manipulated sheets of unfixed cyanotype paper. Each medium undergoes a change. The process of manipulation determines the outcome, and the large sheets of paper Gaydos bends and folds in her studio inevitably become torn and shredded. Likewise, the pots are imperfect, wobbly, and unpredictable, an apt mirroring of human emotion.

 

 

 

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