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Exhibitor History

Carsten Meier
Logan, Utah USA
DAM This work is comprised of photographs and digital images of dams in various expressions and forms. I hope to show that while dams demonstrate the human capacity to harness nature’s resources, they also remind us that the power of nature lies in waiting on the other side. The main body of work, now published as a monograph titled DAM, features valley view perspectives of various concrete arch dams from locations in the United States and Europe. The essential approach of this project was the creation of a loose typology that aims to make the differences of a utilitarian architecture noticeable through comparison as well as highlighting the identifiable features of their surrounding landscapes. Recently, I have enhanced this body of work further through the addition of digital compositions of satellite/aerial photographs layered precisely with official topographic maps of the same locations, as well as the addition of black and white photographs documenting the “bathtub rings”.



Tableau No.1 – 6, Sediment Deposits Near the Rincon NE, Lake Powell, Utah 2016


Upcoming Exhibits


After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 


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