Untitled 5 (wallpaper)
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This body of work was generated in the winter of 2006 during trips to my hometown. These trips revealed something static about home. In a front yard, or a parking lot, I would find my feet stepping into my old footprints, but I was seeing what I had missed then. I sought to photograph my past in the present. To grow up in a small town is to always be looking for something bigger, to be looking out to the next chapter, waiting, daydreaming. To move away from a small town is to long for its innocence and its comfort. This work was an investigation into memory, how it changes and what traces trigger a relationship between then and now.
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Dan Boardman is a visual artist living in Gloucester Massachusetts. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. He is a 2015 LightWork Artist in Residence and 2013 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow. Recently his work has been exhibited at Sad Gallery in Seattle, WA, Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and The Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts. His publishing company Houseboat has released over 20 titles and has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, and Paris, France.
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