Hinterlands, series no. 1

(n.) Hinterlands:  the often uncharted areas beyond a coastal district. 

Color negative film originals with rangebound print editions, this photographic work is a survey of man’s relationship with the considerable coastal landscape of the Great Lakes. The waters appear restrained with the regressive light of the fifth season. Here, backroad and blue highway abstractions permeate the work; the hardened steel of man's enterprise, leftover from the industrial revolution, emerges as contrast within these North American Coastal Districts. This is the Hinterlands.

 

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In This Print Series:

 

Each print is created by the artist.

Each print is either 30" x 30" or 30" x 40" (based on original negative size) plus border.

Each print is signed verso.

Each print is unframed.

Each print in the Hinterlands Series  is part of a Special Edition of 5 with 2 Artist Proofs.

*Note: Hinterlands, Series No. 1 is a new unpublished work in progress. Photographer Ed Wargin reserves the right to make gallery and museum exhibition prints as needed - all of which will be documented and added to the Artist Proof reserves.

 

Technical:

 

CAMERA + LENS: 

Mamiya 6 MFR camera + 50mm f4.0-22 lens

Pentax 67ii MF + 90mm f4.5-22 lens

FILM: 

Kodak Ektar ISO 100, C41, medium format film stock

Kodak Portra ISO 160/400, C41 medium format film stock