Danae Falliers
  • High plains
  • L.A. sea
  • Wildflower
  • Introduction

  • CV

  • Exhibitions

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Danae Falliers

Danae Falliers works show us the fleating nature of transition. Inherently difficult to grasp, and only visible during a change from one state to another. It is neither one, nor is it the other: It is normally both, or lies somewhere between the two. Sharpness becomes bluriness, photography and drawing, contrasts and abstractions. One can therefore interpret Fallier’s landscapes as sensual and aesthetic journeys to the boundaries of objective perception. Only through are subjective feelings can we see what is hidden to the naked eye; duration, intensity, emotion. It is not about the geographical appreciation of a landscape, but about viewing hidden nuances and fleeting forms of transition.
What we actually see are imaginary landscapes that remind us of their original form. A resident of Santa Fe, Falliers prefers to look for her landscapes in the South West of the USA. She finds her images in California, New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado, where she grew up – regions that are known for their extraodrinary, sun, space, and rawness.
Stephan Reisner
1984Bachelor of Fine Arts, California College of the Arts, Oakland, USA
1993Master of Fine Arts, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
1992-1995Art Center College of Art and Design, Pasadena, USA
1993-1998Upper School Art Teaching, The Buckley School, Sherman Oaks, USA
1997-2009Adjunct Assistant Professor, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA
1999-2005Associate Director, Arts Technology Center, The University of New Mexico, USA
2007-2010Program Director, The Mind Research Network, The University of New Mexico, USA
2009Visiting Assistant Professor, Digital Art, Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA
2009Visiting Assistant Professor, Digital Art, The University of Denver, USA
2010-2011Teaching Digital Art, Anderson Ranch Workshops, Aspen, USA
Lives and works in Denver, USA

Exhibitions (Selection)

2011Situating Robert Adams, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Lakewood, USA
2011semi, Robishcon Gallery, Denver, USA
2011Life Support Japan, Wall Space Gallery, Santa Barbara, USA
2011Re:Vision, Friesen Gallery, Seattle, USA
2010photoLA, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2010Considered, Friesen Gallery, USA
2009Webster Collection, Santa Fe, USA
2009Finesilver Gallery, Houston, USA
2009Rule Gallery - Denver, USA
2009Kornelia Tamm Fine Arts, Santa Fe, USA

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