Exhibition by Shane Anderson
Saturday June 2nd
6pm to 10pm
Hard Shoulder is a series of photographic images that depict now obsolete objects disregarded on the freeways throughout Southern California after they blustered out of the owners vehicle. Each image from the ongoing series isolates one found item, photographed at the high speed of freeway traffic. Hard Shoulder captures neglected detritus that has lost its original function or use. The debris, fragmented, smashed, and splintered as it makes it way to the concrete parapet, has washed up on the shore of the freeway.
Shane Anderson is an artist and educator based in San Diego, California. His work explores issues related to landscape use and how it is viewed and utilized. Shane's work investigates our relationship to our environment, and ways in which we occupy, build and shape the contemporary landscape. Shane was raised in Montana. He currently lives and works in San Diego, CA.
Shane will also be leading a photography workshop with Zach Parks on Saturday afternoon.