Judy Reed

Judy Reed’s photographs of mangled soda cans are on one level engaging technically excellent images rendered with great skill and beauty. On another level, they engage us as sly visual commentary on the ephemeral nature of commercialism, popular culture and the world in general.

The subjects of Reed’s work were collected from the street near her studio. Removed from this context and transported to Reed’s studio where. Using a digital camera, studio lighting, and high resolution digital printer, she was able to create from garbage singular objects worth of demanding consideration

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