The photographs in Lightheaded record a bulb’s interaction with other actual or reflected lights, thus making it possible to explore the boundary between the various light sources. Through the action of light, this boundary becomes more fluid. The images generate a dialogue between such qualities as opacity and transparency, individuality and commonality amongst others.

Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #1
Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #2

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Lightheaded Solo #3
Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #4

Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #5
Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #8

Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #11
Lynn Silverman
Lightheaded Solo #12

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