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Sunday, June 12, 2005

GEL 2005 - Dee Breger

Dee Breger explores a world where the eye normally can not go, the area of electronic microscopes. The images she shared with the conference were art in a magnificent sense. They are views we normally would not see but are found in the natural world. The natural world of course, that is only available when viewed in the electronic microscope.

Her work is available on her web site.

Mark Hurst
interviewed Dee before the conference here. Note, you will need to scroll down past the Ron Pompei portion of the interview to read what Dee and Mark talked about but it is worth it.

Dee tells Mark:
I want to excite people both visually - the images have to stand on their own as art - and by the fact that they are exotic. These are photographs of real things taken by an exotic scientific technology, which presents us with a view of an otherwise invisible world. I first want my images to be beautiful. Some people say they see a spirituality in my work.
The images are indeed amazing.

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